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Oneida Daily Dispatch

For the Brauns, the best tasting vegetables are those grown with the healthiest soils. They continue to uphold their commitment to growing and harvesting the best products possible while always striving to fulfill their goal of leaving the land better than the way it was.


Plank Road Magazine - Spring 2014

The beauty of Lucky Moon Farm and the flavor of its produce are tangible expressions of the scope of the Brauns’ commitment and dedication in their farming practices.


Yurcik, Sawh, and Adams - Colgate University

Lucky Moon’s owners have attempted to mitigate the hazards of climate change through crop covering, grass strips to prevent rain washouts, and more.

This land that we farm is ours for awhile—we feel that we are stewards given a precious piece of ground to work and care for. It is our hope that we can leave it a little better than we found it.

Our Commitment

From the Press

Mulching spring garden beds.

We have been rebuilding our soil using cover crops, compost, minerals, rock powders and certified organic fertilizers with the knowledge that the best tasting vegetables are grown on healthy soils.  Although we are not certified organic, we have used organic practices at Lucky Moon Farm from the beginning and we annually sign the NOFA Farmer's Pledge.

Many things have changed since we started Lucky Moon in 1992, but the one thing that has remained constant is our commitment to growing and providing the best quality vegetables for you.

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