At Partyka Farms....

We’re known for our bedding plants and plump strawberries in spring, summertime sweet corn and peaches, and in the fall more than twenty varieties of apples, a huge selection of pumpkins, and apple cider. 

We are an IPM farm (Integrated Pest Management): we use good bugs to handle bad bugs, we do fly counts, and we have private consultants who check our orchards and our fields.

We try to pick everything fresh on market days or the night before so that when we go to market everything is fresh and coming right from the fields and orchards. We make sure to sort our product so our customers get top rate produce, or if it is a second it is clearly labelled as such. That way, our customers know what they are buying.

Complete List of Our Crops:

•Apples - More than 20 varieties including...

20-ounce, Cortland, Crispen, Empire, Gala, Honey Crisp, Macs

•Asparagus   •Beans

•Bell Peppers

•Blueberries  •Cherries

•Onions   •Peaches

•Plums   •Prunes

•Pumpkins   •Raspberries

•Squash   •Strawberries

•Sweet Cider  •Sweet Corn


Where to Buy Our Produce

We would love to see you here at our farm, but as an alternative, you can find everything we grow, from asparagus to apples (in season), at the following Western New York farmer’s markets:

Genesee Country Farmer’s Market (Genesee County)
Batavia Downs Parking Lot
8315 Park Road
Batavia, New York
Tuesdays and Fridays 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Mid-June to the end of October

North Chili Farmers Market (Monroe County)
United Methodist Church
2200 Westside Drive (at Buffalo Road)
North Chili, New York
Saturdays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
July to the end of October

Irondequoit Farmers Market (Monroe County)
Irondequoit Town Hall
285 Irondequoit Mall Drive
Irondequoit, New York
Thursday Evenings 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.
June to mid-October

Brockport Farmers Market (Monroe County)
Market and Main Streets
Brockport, New York
Sundays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Father’s Day to end of October

Visit us at the Brockport Farmers Market - Sundays 8AM to 1PM