Stokoe Farms - 200 Years of Farming Heritage
Farm Crops Division

The Selden Stokoe & Sons Farm is located at 711 Bowerman Road, Scottsville, NY. We grow corn, wheat and soy beans. Our crop division is operated by brothers Greg and Jeff along with their father Dick Stokoe and cousin Kim Snyder.

For information on grains, call 585-889-3224 or See Contact Information...

We are a family owned and operated farming business with our primary focus on grain and heifers production. We have been actively farming for almost 200 years at our Scottsville location.

All commodities are harvested, dried and stored at the Scottsville farm. In recent years, we have been able to offer custom harvesting, drying and storage as we expand our combining and drying facilities. Presently our grain facility can store up to 600,000 bushels of corn.

The farm is progressive in adopting new technologies such as GPS and precision planting.  We believe our strongest assets are our dedicated, highly talented workforce along with the precious land resources we utilize everyday. Our passion is farming and preserving the unique heritage for generations to come.


Stokoe Heifers Crop Planting Grain Storage Custom Hire
Heifers Crop Division Grain Storage Custom Hire
Stokoe Family Dedication to Conservation

Farming has always been a conservation minded business. Our grandfathers could use the same piece of bailing wire 10 times and still make it last 15 years.

Today, we are running lighter, leaner and greener, all in the effort to reduce what we use, protect our environment and conserve for our future generations.

Some ways that Stokoe family Farms contributes:
  • The farm utilizes Cornell's Integrated Pest Management Program
  • Crop residue is managed to minimize soil erosion as well as improve utilization of fertilizer
  • Heifer manure is strategically managed and placed to obtain the best utilization and reduce usage of manufactured fertilizers
  • The farm has over 7 miles of CRP buffer strips to protect our waterways from runoff, sedimentation and increase wildlife habitat
  • All of our chemicals are purchased and transported in reusable/returnable 250 gallon tote containers
  • All of our seed is purchased in 50 unit reusable/returnable pro-unit containers
  • We are fitting equipment with GPS controls and steering which enables us to reduce crop inputs and diesel fuel consumption, while increasing product placement accuracy and input efficacy
  • Live dynamic records for better business decisions
  • Installed a tower grain drying system that reclaims the heated air in the drying process, conserving tremendous amounts of energy
  • Installed energy efficient fluorescent lights in our shop to reduce energy consumption
  • Heifers are fed a by-product from local vegetable processing plant
  • Proud members of Monroe & Livingston County farm Bureau
  • Farm Shop utilizes bulk oil for equipment maintenance, saving tremendous amounts of plastic and containers from being discarded
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