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NYS Produce Auctions Locations and Contact Information

Judson Reid, Extension Vegetable Specialist, Team Leader
Harvest New York

Last Modified: September 3, 2019
NYS Produce Auctions Locations and Contact Information

Produce auctions in New York State have been formed so that produce growers have a way of marketing their product to quality minded buyers through open competitive bidding. A map of produce auction locations across the state is provided along with contact information. Auction days and times vary by location and by year. Contact the auction directly for the schedule.

Chautauqua Produce Auction
7844 Rt 474, Clymer, NY 14724
716-355-6500; 716-355-6391

Finger Lakes Produce Auction
3691 Rte 14A, Penn Yan, NY 14527

Genesee Valley Produce Auction
8855 Cty Rd 3, PO Box 163, Centerville, NY 14029
585-567-8640 auction days from 8:30 AM
585-567-4312 8:00-8:30 AM all other days

Mohawk Valley Produce Auction
840 Fordsbush Rd, Fort Plain, NY 13339

Ontario Produce Auction
4860 Yautzy Rd, Stanley, NY 14561

Orleans Produce Auction
12590 Ridge Rd, Albion, NY 14411

Seneca Produce Auction
2033 Yerkes Rd, Romulus, NY 14541
712-432-8598 market report
607-869-9317 Mose Fisher Jr

St. Lawrence Valley Produce Auction

25 Martin Rd, North Bangor, NY 12966

Read more information about how to buy goods at a produce auction.

New York State Produce Auctions Map and Contact Information (pdf; 1336KB)

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