Welcome to Ty Llwyd Farm

Hi, You’ve reached Ty llwyd farm. For those of you who don’t speak Welsh, Ty Llwyd (pronounced tee clewed) means Brown House. David and Liz Wines operate this family farm in Northville, New York, on the north fork of Long Island. We sell fresh brown eggs, seasonal vegetables, hay, raw milk, and potatoes. The farm has been in the family since 1870 when David’s great, great great uncle (we think that’s the right number of greats) built the house.

You can stop by the farm at 5793 Sound Ave Monday through Saturday any time between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Unlike many other long island farm stands, we grow everything we sell.

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4 Comments on “Welcome to Ty Llwyd Farm”

  1. glasydorlan Says:

    Hi both, or ‘Shwmae!’ as we Welsh-speaking Welsh say in Wales. I was doing some research into my father’s ancestors and decided to type in the name of the farm where he grew up. Believe it or not it was…Ty Llwyd! It lies in the Golden Grove estate, between Golden Grove and Penrhiwgoch. You are quite correct in ‘ty’ meaning house, but ‘llwyd’ translates as the colour ‘grey’. The farm was part of an old monastery that was detroyed by Henry XVIII, and the monks wore grey habits [hence ‘monk’s house’]. We’ll work on the pronunciation another day, then the anthem! By the way, you both look so happy, do you send eggs overseas? Hwyl fawr, Rhodri Jones, of Merthyr Tydfil

  2. […] we stopped for eggs at Ty Llwyd. Our friend Dave had four duck eggs available too, and since my last experience with them was so […]

  3. do you sell raw milk?

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