The Mill

Feed to Fork is made possible by our own Feed Mill.

Our Feed to Fork difference is made possible by our very own FEED MILL.

Located in Smyrna, NY, the Fleishers Mill has been in operation since the 1850s, with most of the original structure still in use today. Our grain bins are the original wooden bins built when the mill was founded. The building still has the original tongue and groove beams, and the old “icehouse” attached to the back of the mill is used as a storage area. With 170 years of continuous operation (and counting), we’re proud to be certified by Project Non-GMO to offer a tradition of high-quality feed options for all our livestock needs and the needs of the local farming community.

From chickens and turkeys to hogs and heifers, our feeds have been formulated by ARPAS certified animal nutritionists. We balance our feeds not only for protein and fat but include balancing for all vitamins and minerals. The feeds we grind and mix are fed to our own animals cared for by our partner farms, as well as sold to local farmers in the area. Our mill is the beginning of the meats found in Fleishers shops, and we take pride in feeding the best to our animals.

In addition to processing feed, the Fleishers Mill also operates a Country Store, which is a staple in the small community of Smyrna, NY. We sell 3 hot meals a day cooked in house, fresh groceries, farm supplies, and bagged feed to area farmers. We take pride in delivering our customers the personalized experience only a small-town store can provide.

Continuing the legacy of the century-old mill, we’re thrilled to boast employees who have been dedicated to working in the feed industry, in the same structure, for 20, 35 and even 50 years. Even further, we’re excited to bring you meat with more transparent sourcing, as we take charge of our food supply chain from feed to fork—so our customers can be confident knowing where their food came from.

The Mill

The Feed

Our feeds have been formulated by ARPAS certified animal nutritionists to properly balance protein, fat, vitamins, and minerals to provide our animals the most well-rounded diet.

They just don't make 'em like that anymore. Morrisville State College Professor of Agribusiness, and Chenango County Resident Dr. Sheila Marshman
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