Huntoon Farm

A  diversified six generation  family farm raising  beef, pork, chickens for meat and eggs, holiday turkeys and an  on site commercial kitchen creating from scratch bakery items and prepared foods.



One Family, One Farm, Celebrating

167 years in 2023!!

The Old Barn on the Hill-- bought by Harvey  and added to the main farm.  Today the barn is gone--lost to the lack of funds for repairs.    All that remains are boards, old wagon parts and memories.


the main farm was bought by Harvey Huntoon (left)

in December of 1856.  William, Harvey's son (right) ran

the from Harvey's death in 

1903 until his death in 1949.



 Donna becomes the farm keeper in

1988 at the death of her dad. 

 Not knowing how she would save

the farm at 27 years old, the farm

 was her was her turn to farm the land,

farmed by her father,

 and his father and his father before that. 

Willard E Huntoon ran the farm from William's death

in 1939 until 1988.  Willard was barely 15 years old

when his dad died.  He quit school and came home to

work the farm.  In  the 80's he turned down  a lot of money

offered to him to sell the farm  for housing /condo developments.

  Farming was all that he knew and the family heritage of

working the land worked by his grandfather meant the world to him.

Willard and his wife marjorie had two children Alan and Donna. 

Generation 6 - Harvey's Great great great granddaughter was born July 2016 followed by a another and another and another.