For the Rook family, farming is a multi-generational affair. They began farming in the late 1800’s in Ivyland, PA. Today, Rook Farms runs on six generations of family knowledge. Four Rook brothers work together, primarily cultivating grains, but their neighbors aka our Newtown McCaffrey’s Customers know them for their sweet corn from mid-July through Labor Day or the end of September, depending on the weather! Here’s the basic process: starting at 1 a.m., the Rook’s pick the corn; package the corn; and deliver the corn to Newtown by mid-morning – – 7 days a week! Now that’s farm-to-table fresh!