Located in historical Washington County, in upstate New York on the south western Vermont border, American Masala Farm stands on land that has been farmed since 1771.

American Masala brings forward the traditions of its early heritage as a nineteenth century farm. Nestled on nearly seventy acres of rolling green fields and bordered by sharp forested hills, the farmhouse sits alongside nine outbuildings: including several barns, corn crib/granary, chicken coop, smokehouse, well house... and of course a beloved guest cottage. There are several spring-fed ponds and an often briskly meandering trout stream, coveted in Spring for its bounty of brook and brown trout.

There is no shortage of life on the farm. We seek to populate the land with heritage breeds of chickens, ducks, geese, goats, sheep, pigs, and other livestock - aided in dedication to our mission, we follow the recommendations of the American Livestock Breed Conservancy (ALBC) for help in acquiring the breeds that are in the greatest need for preservation. The one ever charming, playfully aloof, and delightfully soft exception to that rule being our beloved herd of Huacaya Alpacas.

We welcome your interest in American Masala Farm... and perhaps you’ll pop by for a visit!

Charlie & Suvir


American Masala Farm