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Farm Service Agency
423 Griffing Ave, Riverhead, NY 11901
As part of the Department of Agriculture, the Farm Service Agency works to help local farmers utilize federalMore agricultural programs. The Riverhead office, located on Griffing Avenue in the Kermit W. Graf Cornell Cooperative Extension Building, is Suffolk County's FSA branch office. For more information on programs offered, visit the FSA website or drop by the office.
Malvese Equipment Company
232 East Old County Rd, Riverhead, NY 11901

Malvese Equipment Company is the oldest power equipment distributor on Long Island. It supplies a range ofMore construction, agriculture and other large equipment including tractors, rollers and sweepers. In addition to the Riverhead location, the company has a location in Hicksville.

 

Farm Family Casualty Insurance Co
1116 Main Rd, Riverhead, NY 11901
Farm Family Casualty Insurance Company provides agriculture protection services. A client with a farm backgroundMore receives financial advice on how to maintain the property. Call to schedule an appointment or look at the website to learn more information.
Farm Credit Services
1281 Old Country Rd, Riverhead, NY 11901
This financial establishment looks like a house rather than a bank. It caters to those involved in theMore business of agriculture, including farmers, greenhouse operators, fishermen, lobstermen and more. It offers loans, leases, crop insurance, credit life insurance, financial software, business seminars, FarmStart, tax services, business consulting, payroll services, appraisal and record keeping. It is part of the national Farm Credit System.
Hallockville Museum Farm
6038 Sound Ave, Riverhead, NY 11901

Hallockville Museum Farm is a non-profit (501 (c)3) organization which offers tours, summer camps, educationalMore programs for children, barn and site rentals, craft fairs and festivals. Focusing on agricultural roots, Hallockville Musem Farm is a Riverhead landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places that is comprised of 28 acres along with 19 historic houses, barns and outbuildings that date back from the mid 18th century Hallock Homestead to the Depression-era Cichanowicz Farmhouse.

Visitors are welcome to tour the museum's buildings, gardens and collections, experience real farming in the museum's fields and meet Hallockville's friendly cows, sheep and chickens.

Hallockville serves as an educational resource for all age groups to raise awareness about Eastern Long Island's agricultural heritage.