1848 Clearview Rd., Coplay, PA. 18037 Google Map 610-261-9098
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Suyundalla Farms is now being run by Pappy and Mammy's great-grandson, Ken, his wife, and their five children.  The farm has been modernized but alot of the old farm is still here.

The spirit of the old huckstering truck is still here, along with some of the old horse drawn equipment.  The original barn still stands, which houses the family cows.  Side by side in the pole barn are the original tractors, and the new tractors.  In 1985 the family decided to reintroduce the farm into the fruit and vegetable market and start raising sheep, while still growing the traditional field crops.

Most of the old fruit trees are gone, and have been replaced with new ones. The peach, apricot, and cherry varieties are new.  The apples are heirloom varieties.  Rhode Island Red cross chickens are raised for their brown eggs.

Since we are a working farm it is not unusual to see the equipment going through the parking area.  Many times a hay wagon sits waiting to be parked in a barn, or one of the gravity wagons is waiting to be unloaded.   And there is always other work to do, such as picking the produce for the market, mowing, weeding, and the inevitable repairs.  That is life on a family farm.

Barn FireApril 19th, 2019

After much thought and discussion, I have established a Go Fund Me account to raise funds for the five fire companies that responded to my barn fire.  Please consider a donation to these brave me

BugsApril 13th, 2019

Pa. has been invaded by the Spotted Lantern Fly.  It is a highly invasive species and can devastate many different plants.  It's favorite is Tree of Heaven. We have information on the Spotte

Barn FireMarch 29th, 2019

On March 24th one of our barns burned down.  Fortunately no animals or humans were injured and the only piece of equipment we lost was an old combine.  The fire was put out by five local vol