Seneca Farms has been family owned and operated for almost 40 years. In 1950, Seneca Farms opened up with the 1st drive thru in the area. They also bottled milk and made homemade Ice Cream, which they hand delivered in trucks. Since then, Seneca Farms has transformed into a place where people can get lunch, dinner, and even desert. The homemade ice cream is better than ever and loved by many. The owner, Joseph Trombley, originally sold Perry’s ice cream when his father and himself first bought the business in 1976, but decided to offer the public homemade ice cream instead. In the early 1980’s he went to Penn State University for a short 10-day course in making ice cream. Now-a-days Joe makes all different flavors with a premium 16% butterfat base (which is very rare and makes the ice cream much creamier). All ice creams are hand swirled with their goodies of fruits, nuts, fudges, or candies and are made fresh on the premises every week!