• FRESH • UNIQUE
We produce foods that look, smell and taste as they should - which
demonstrates the true value to fresh local produce....We grow
what we do because we want you to find from us something you might
already know about but haven't ever tasted. Not really.
products are grown and produced in the country, miles from any
urban center. Rain and sunshine are the primary environmental
elements our crops are exposed to. What we specialize in is country
freshness, country goodness, country clean, country unique.
in the rolling foothills of Appalachia in Adams County, Ohio,
we are a biodynamic farm that offers heirloom small
fruit including, red raspberries, blackberries, strawberries
and other unique berries, Charentais and heirloom melons,
old fashioned rhubarb,
wild mushrooms, shagbark
hickory syrup, culinary and medicinal herbs, foraged wild edibles
like pawpaws, elderberry, American persimmons (and more) common
to this area. We offer some of the freshest local raw
honey around, never processed in any way, poured to for-sale
jars directly from the hives. Dam-Good-Jam,
home made fresh from fruits grown at or foraged around our farm.
We make heirloom foods from produce grown at our farm, our neighbor's
farms, or foraged in the countryside around our farm.
current focus is direct contact with consumer at Farmer's Markets
and other venues. We love to talk about food and sharing with
people how to use our products in every day meals. We love to
hear about the great food you have experienced and what you have
done with our products.
MARKET THIS WEEK
(What we usually have)
keep our Facebook
Check for photos of the items we are bringing weekly.
Park Farmer's Market
May through October
out "OUR RECIPES"
page that features many practical, yes, you can do it at home
recipes. "BOOKS & GADGETS"
houses many book titles we think you will find interesting, especially
if you're into cooking and other food, farming and homesteading
topics. We showcase a variety of farm tools and gadgets we've
recommended at markets for years when people ask "what do
you use for...?".
don't have a CSA. We believe in charging fair
prices at market in real time. But there are other ways
to support our local family farm.