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Chris and Holly Browder at their Mattituck farm. (Credit: David Benthal)

Each week, we will be spotlighting a different farm stand on the North Fork as more open up. Browder’s Birds is open everyday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. as a self-service shed that accepts cash or venmo.

Name: Browder’s Birds

History: Browder’s Birds started ten years ago after owners Chris and Holly Browder left their corporate jobs in the city to start raising chickens for meat and eggs on the North Fork. Over the years they’ve added sheep, ducks, turkeys and honeybees to their farm. Pasture walks are always allowed, and most of their animals roam freely. You just might end up giving the sheep head scratches or taking a chicken-selfie on your visit. 

What they are offering: Eggs, baked goods, frozen stocks and poultry, yarn and blankets made from their Cotswold sheep wool, and turkeys at Thanksgiving

4050 Soundview Ave, Mattituck