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City Market Spotlight: Allman Farms & Orchards


A City Market event wouldn’t be the same without Allman Farms & Orchards there. Their seasonal fruits and vegetables are always in high demand during the Market, especially their tomatoes. Visitors at the Allman Farms booth will meet fifth-generation farmer, Destiny Allman Gladden and her sister-in-law Mary Clair. Destiney's parents, Daniel and Amy, currently own Allman Farms on Straight Mountain and have passed down their passion for farming to their children, Destiny and Chance. Destiny and Chance now live and work on the farm with their families.


“Farming is just something that has always been a part of our life,” says

Destiny. “Our primary crop on the farm is tomatoes, but we also have peaches, apples, cantaloupe, watermelon, pepper, squash, cabbage, broccoli and more. We have a farm stand that is open for retail and wholesale buyers. Customers can purchase any of our fruits and vegetables, canned goods, fresh beef, and more.”


The Allman Farms stand is located at 6866 County Highway 29 in Oneonta. Currently, the farm is in its off season but will be gearing back up for their official opening day for the 2024 season on April 27th during The Blossom Market, their annual season opening event.

After that event, you’ll be able to catch them once again at City Market. Since the event’s inception, Allman Farms has been coming to the gazebo in downtown Oneonta to sell their produce. Destiny says it’s a good way to connect with the

community. “We love seeing the local community come out to do something fun,” she says.



Follow Allman Farms on Facebook and Instagram, and make sure to stop by their booth during our upcoming City Markets to check in and purchase local, homegrown produce. 

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