This past Monday the Rhinebeck Rotary Club hosted Christopher and Susan Kelly Fitzgerald of Sepascot Home Farm at its weekly luncheon at the Beekman Arms in Rhinebeck. Sepascot Home Farm’s mission is to raise happy, healthy animals humanely. To provide their neighbors, friends & family with the best food their farm can provide – free of pesticides, herbicides and all other chemicals. They do not use hormones or antibiotics on any of their animals. The family has had a long history with the farm that dates back to 1906 when Leslie Weaver and Margaret Flack (Sue’s gr-grandparents) purchased 144 acres in order to raise a purebred Guernsey cow herd and begin a breeding program, selling prize stock to farms such as Astor’s Ferncliff and Penny’s Blue Ribbon Farm. The farm now operates a farm stand market in one of their barns located at 781 Route 308, Rhinebeck, NY and is open M-SU 7am-7pm all year round. Stop in and visit sometime.