May 2, 2018
The Wyoming County Chamber and Tourism was pleased to host a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of the Vintage Cow Farmers Market and Greenhouse, on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at the new business located at 11105 Alexander Rd (Rte 98) in Attica.
Family friend Dan McCormick opened the evening event with a blessing over the business and gathered family and friends. The well-wishers and new business owners then moved to cut the ribbon in front of the fully stocked greenhouse. Everyone was then welcomed to sample food and refreshments made from items that are sold at the business.
“We are very pleased to welcome Katie and Dana to the new business venture and are encouraged by their collaboration and desire to make the business a community success,” said Scott Gardner, president of the Wyoming County Chamber and Tourism office. “This is a true family venture and will be a great addition to the county and offers a tremendous source for all the great products that you can find in and around Wyoming County.”
New business owners Katie Carpenter and Dana Chamberlain will open officially on May 2, 2018 with hanging baskets and bedding plants, and then offer a seasonal variety of produce, local meats, and locally made agriculture products, as well, as crafts and products from local artisans including cow’s milk soaps, honey, and maple products.
In the very near future, they will also feature products from the “Vintage Cow Creamery,” a Micro-Dairy located on Katie Carpenter’s farm. Products featured will be Jersey cream top milk and cheese curds.