2009 Indiana Farmers’ Market,
U-Pick and Agritourism Directory
Brought to you by:
STATE DEPARTMENT OF
Welcome to Indiana!
Our Indiana farmers and producers look forward to extending our famous Hoosier hospitality
and sharing stories of life on today’s farm. Through them you’ll see Indiana’s commitment
to offer only the best in food products and why agriculture has been part of the fabric of our
state for generations. Each of Indiana’s 92 counties has unique agricultural destinations with
something for everyone young or young-at-heart.
Enjoy exploring Indiana’s farm communities and experiencing first hand why
agriculture is a time-tested cornerstone of our Hoosier culture and economy. On your travels, find a farmers’ market and discover a bounty of in season and locally-
grown produce, meats and a range of other products from the local community. You’ll find
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) is proud to be an everything from pie-in-a-jar to soy candles to bedding plants. Follow one of Indiana’s wine
trails, taste wine from locally-grown grapes and meet the vintner. Indiana has 15 million
advocate for our state’s farmers and their families. Our goal is to cultivate
acres of cropland, so take a drive and marvel at acres of fresh Indiana corn or the more than
agricultural economic development and conservation practices that will 30 other vegetable and fruit crops across our state. Take your children to a working farm and
offer future opportunities for generations of Hoosiers. show them live cows, chickens or pigs. Teach them where their food really comes from before
it is picked, processed and distributed to a grocery store.
To learn more about ISDA and the programs available visit www.in.gov/isda
Indiana offers agricultural destinations all year around. Celebrate the coming of spring at the
only national maple syrup festival right here in Indiana. In summer, take your family to any
of the numerous Hoosier u-pick farms and share the experience of picking berries right off
the bush. Return in the fall and pick pumpkins off the vine and then take a hay ride or walk
STATE DEPARTMENT OF through a corn maze. In winter, bundle up, sip some hot chocolate and celebrate the season
with a trip to a Christmas tree farm.
Indiana’s rich agricultural heritage has so much to offer. We hope this directory will be a
valuable resource as you explore our Hoosier state. Enjoy!
Mitch Daniels Becky Skillman
Governor Lieutenant Governor
Indiana State Department of Agriculture
101 West Ohio Street, Suite 1200 Indianapolis, IN 46204
Ph: (317) 232-8770 fax: (317) 232-1362
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Icons and Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Map of Counties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Indiana Fruits and Vegetable Harvest Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Agritourism Locations by County . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
List of Farmers’ Markets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77
List of U-Pick Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
List of Wineries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
Indiana Wine Trails . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
List of Other Sites . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. 81
Listings for the 2009 Indiana Farmers’ Market, U-Pick and Agritourism Directory were compiled by ISDA in partnership with
Discover, celebrate, and savor the abundance of the Indiana Office of Tourism Development (Tourism). At the time of publication they were accurate and up-to-date;
however, we encourage you to call ahead to your destination before traveling.
Indiana’s fresh, in-season, and local foods! The listing of these destinations does not represent endorsements of individual businesses.
While every effort has been made to include all Indiana agritourism sites, if your location was not found in this directory and you
would like to be included in the 2010 edition, contact the ISDA office at (317) 232-8770. If you are interested in other farmers’
Participate in GOING LOCAL Week
markets across the country, the link to the U.S. Department of Agriculture national farmers’ market page can be found on the
ISDA Web site www.in.gov.isda under Indiana Farmers’ Markets.
September 6 -12, 2009 apples eggs potatoes
apple cider flowers processed meat
Eat one Indiana local food at each meal. bakery or baked goods
jams, jellies strawberries
Find out more on www.goinglocal-info.com cheese maple syrup tomatoes
Christmas trees peaches
cornucopia picnic area
Cover Photo Credits: Addie Goode at Greendell Farms in Mooresville, Ind. Photograph by Cris Goode.
INDIANA STATE MAP Indiana Fruits and Vegetable Harvest Calendar
Fruits & Vegetables April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov.
Turnips & Turnip Greens
Special Note on Availability: Local weather may affect harvest dates from one year to the next.
Many fruits and vegetables are available beyond the indicated harvest
periods through modern storage techniques and facilities.
Dept. of Horticulture and Landscape
Indiana State Department of Agriculture Architecture
101 West Ohio Street, Suite 1200 625 Agriculture Mall Drive
Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 West Lafayette, IN 47907-2010
www.in.gov/isda Phone: 765.494.1300
Hilger’s Friendly Market The Yoder Farm
LOCATIONS 13210 30 W 2427 Chapman Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46515 Huntertown, IN 46748
Adams County Barr Street Farmers’ Market www.hilgersmarket.com www.yoderfarm.com
302 E. Barr St. firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
Amishville USA Fort Wayne, IN 46802 U-pick available. You don’t have to pull stickers off our produce. We know what
www.y1ni.org/market Open year round. it is; you know where it came from. Ours is a family farm com-
mitted to farming on a human scale. We’re pleased to provide
Jul. through Sep. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.
844 E 900 S Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. our friends and neighbors in the Fort Wayne area with maple
Geneva, IN 46740 Located on US 30 7 mi. west of Fort Wayne. syrup, fresh vegetables and grass hay.
On the corner of Wayne and Barr.
A farmers’ market in partnership with the History Center in U-pick strawberries are the last week of May and all of Jun.
Gift shop and campgrounds available. Ready-picked produce is also available. Hilgers Fall Pumpkin
downtown Fort Wayne. Bartholomew County
Festival happens on the third weekend in Sep. Visitors can
Allen County also enjoy Hilgers Fall Fantasy Land from the third weekend in
Bartholomew Pumpkin Company
Bruick Brothers Produce, Inc. and Advanced Sep. through Oct. 31. We also have face painting, pony rides
Advanced Tree Technology and a petting zoo. Hilger’s Friendly Market also has space for
parties and weddings.
10640 E 100 S
Columbus, IN 47203
12818 Edgerton Rd. 12818 Edgerton Rd. 812-579-5198
Schmucker’s Produce Market
New Haven, IN 46774 New Haven, IN 46774
260-749-0891 260-749-0891 Open daily. 8 a.m.-8 p.m.
U-pick available. U-pick available. 12815 Doty Rd.
Opens Mid-Sep. New Haven, IN 46774 Bush’s Market
Mon.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-7 p.m. DeGrandchamp’s Pumpkin Patch
Sat.-Sun. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. St. Joe Christmas Tree Farm
Nursery open year round 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 7301 E. 25th St.
Call ahead for exact opening date. 7722 Aboite Center Rd. Columbus, IN 47203
Fort Wayne, IN 46804 9801 St. Joe Rd.
Take U.S. 30 east of I-465, then north on Doyle Rd 1 mile to 260-436-4359 Fort Wayne, IN 46835
Edgerton Rd., then east ½ mile. 260-486-4336 Mid-Jul. through Aug.
9 a.m.-Dark. www.stjoetreefarm.com 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Our orchard has many varieties of dwarf trees for easy pick-
ing. We also offer the apples ready-picked and washed. Apple Located 1/3 mi. west on Aboite off US 24 (Jefferson Blvd.). U-pick available. Sep.
varieties include Paula Red, Red Free, Ginger Gold, McIn- 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
tosh, Cortland, Gala, Jonathon, Fuji, Spigold, Honeycrisp, Fri. after Thanksgiving through Dec. 20
Golden Delicious, Red Delicious, Empire, Ida Red, Mutsu, Flying V Tree Ranch Sun.-Fri. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Oct.
Rome and a few new varieties too. Note - some varieties are 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
not available for u-pick. We also offer fresh squeezed apple St. Joe Christmas Tree Farm offers you, your family and
friends a fun-filled memorable Christmas tree buying experi- Dec. through Mid-Mar.
cider. Our New Haven location is also home to our nursery 9016 Kress Rd.
ence. On weekends, “train” rides through 23 acres of trees are Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
specializing in fast growing screen, shade, windbreak and Fort Wayne, IN 46809
timber investment trees. offered. Experience Christmas in the country. Sat. 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Closed Sun.
Sausage is our speciality. Fresh pork is available Dec.
through Mid-Mar. Call for additional information on all pork
Allen County Ag Producer’s Sulphur Hill Farm Gardens & South Side cuts available and for availability of other produce offered.
Association/South Side Tourism Fun Fact Farmers’ Market
Over 5.4 million visitors travel to Fort Hackman Tree Farm
3300 Warsaw St.
Wayne each year and account for over 3825 Fritcha Ave.
Fort Wayne, IN 46807
Fort Wayne, IN 46806
219-456-1228 $415 million dollars in 260-749-9339 12076 W 50 S
www.localharvest.org/farmers-Markets/M2103 direct spending. firstname.lastname@example.org Columbus, IN 47201
Apr. 11 through Nov. 21 Sat. market for flowers, vegetables, fruits, etc.
Sat. 7 a.m.-1 p.m. Weekends, Thanksgiving through Christmas
Located 1 block east of Lafayette Blvd., 1 block north of Tree farm, Christmas trees.
Oxford, just west of Weisser Park.
A farmers’ market in Fort Wayne. We always open the Sat.
before Easter and close the Sat. before Thanksgiving.
Hackman Farmers’ Market Simmons Winery - Tasting Room Carolee’s Herb Farm The County Market
795 S. U.S. Highway 421
Zionsville, IN 46077
6040 E. State St. Edinburgh Outlet Mall 3305 S 100 W 317-769-4415
Columbus, IN 47201 Columbus, IN 47203 Hartford City, IN 47348
812-376-6345 812-526-4199 765-348-3162
Restaurant, craft market, farmers’ market and pumpkin
Apr. through Oct. www.caroleesherbfarm.com fest.
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Simmons Winery & Nortonburg Wine Garden email@example.com
Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Facility U-pick available. Traders Point Creamery Green Market
Apr. through Sep. 9101 Moore Rd.
Heath Family Tree Farms Inc. 8111 E 450 N Tue.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Zionsville, IN 46077
Columbus, IN 47203 317-733-1700
Located 3 mi. south of Hartford City, 1 mi. west of SR 3.
10770 W 650 S We have gardens and a greenhouse. You can also pick your
www.simmonswinery.com Open year round.
Columbus, IN 47201 own lavender!
812-342-4778 firstname.lastname@example.org May through Oct.
Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-5 p.m. Fri. 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
Weekends only. Hartford City Farmers’ Market With Farmers’ Market Dinner 5 p.m.- 8 p.m.
Winter hours may vary, please call.
9 a.m.-9 p.m. West side of Courthouse Nov. through Apr.
Balled and burlaped trees available. Established in June 2000, Simmons Winery is located Hartford City, IN 47348 Sat. 9 a.m.-Noon
northeast of Columbus on the family’s 115-year-old farm.
May 4 through Oct. 26 From 465 on the northwest side of Indianapolis, take the 86th
Taste a wide variety of red, white and blush wines as you look
Fri. 4 p.m.-7 p.m. St. Exit and head west to the first stop light at Moore Rd.
Nienaber’s Farm Market over the vineyards. Enjoy free wine samples as you browse
through wine-related gift items. Visit the farm market during Turn right onto Moore Rd. and we are about ½ mi. up on the
right hand side of the road.
the summer for fresh fruits and vegetables. In the fall, we Boone County
6970 W. State Road 46 have U-pick pumpkins and select fall decorations. Traders Point Creamery is a family-owned artisan dairy
Columbus, IN 47201 Specialty labels, gourmet items/food, outdoor seating and located in Zionsville, Ind. We started making dairy products,
812-342-3606 banquet facility available. Handicap accessible.
Becky’s Market selling direct to customers, and delivering in the central
180 W 375 N Indiana region in the summer of 2003. Traders Point herd of
Lebanon, IN 46052 Brown Swiss spend all of their time on pastures and we milk
Open daily 9 a.m.-7 p.m. The Downtown Farmers’ Market 60 to 90 cows each day throughout the year. We also
Located 2 mi. west on 46 from Exit 68 434 3rd St. Dulls Tree Farm purchase milk from a sister farm in southern Indiana. Both
off I-65. Columbus, IN 47201 farms are certified organic by the USDA. We never use
812-546-4968 synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, or herbicides on our land and
Nienaber’s Farm Market is a farmers’ market that offers a
1765 W. Blubaugh Ave. our cows never receive antibiotics or synthetic hormones. We
variety of produce and fall decorating items. Apr. through Oct.
Mechanicsburg, IN 46050 produce pure fresh creamline whole milk, chocolate milk, plain
Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
765-325-2418 and fruit yogurts.
Sand Creek Berry Farm www.dullstreefarm.com
Whipker’s Market & Greenhouse U-pick available. Woodside Farm Bed & Breakfast
400 S Thanksgiving through Christmas 7055 E SR 32
Columbus, IN 47202 Whitestown, IN 46075
5190 S. U.S. Highway 31
Columbus, IN 47201 Johns Strawberry Patch
U-pick available. 812-372-4216
Zionsville Farmers’ Market
Call for hours and availability. Apr. through Oct. 2794 N 900 W Parking lot at corner of Hawthorne & Main St.
Spring: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Thorntown, IN 46071
Junction 400 S and 250 E, just north of Mineral Springs Zionsville, IN 46077
Summer: 9 a.m.-7 p.m. 765-483-9563
Located 1 mi. south of Hwy. 7 on US 31.
Jun. through Sep.
Pauley’s Farm Market Sat. 8 a.m.-11 a.m.
Shadey Lake Winery
2470 W. State Road 32 Tourism Fun Fact
1440 Tannehill Rd. B & N Farms Lebanon, IN 46052
Taylorsville, IN 47280 765-482-3856 In 2008, the American Cheese Society
Located 1 mi. west of I-65 on SR 32 north side of highway. honored Traders Point Creamery with
email@example.com 1101 W. Park Ave.
Indian corn also available. a First Place Blue Ribbon for their
Hartford City, IN 47348
Open year round. Fromage Blanc cheese.
Brown County Nashville Village Market Clark County Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant
Bean Blossom Farmers’ Market Nashville, IN 47448 Berry Best Farm
812-988-5495 2421 Scottsville Rd.
State Road 135 N Starlight, IN 47106
Bean Blossom, IN 46160 812-923-5255
26011 Highway 62
Nabb, IN 47147 www.joehubers.com
firstname.lastname@example.org May through Oct. 1
Sat. of each month 9 a.m.-Noon
Apr. 19 through Oct.
U-pick available. U-pick available.
Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Call ahead for availability. Berry Best Farm offers a wide Open year round.
Across from McDonald’s Shopworth Grocery.
Carroll County range of produce.
I-65 to Exit 9 Starlight Attractions. Follow signs for 14 mi. to
Joe Huber Family Farm & Restaurant.
Brown County Wine Company Clark County Farmers’ Market
Thistle Byre Farm Inc. Daylily gardens, candy store, Joe Huber’s Soda Pop Shoppe,
children’s barnyard featuring Big Red Barn with 40 ft. slide,
Jeffersonville, IN 47130
812-293-3131 apple launch and cow train, wagon ride out to the pasture to
38 E. Main St. 1857 W 900 N
Nashville, IN 47448 www.localharvest.org/farmers-Markets/M2112 feed the farm animals. Ready-picked produce also available.
Delphi, IN 46923 Joe Huber’s Family Restaurant serves country style dinners 7
812-988-6144 574-652-3909 Jun. through Sep. days a week.
Corner of Main St. and Old School Way. www.thistlebyrefarm.com Tue. 4 p.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
We do batches of chickens from May through Sep. and take Preservation Park is on Market St. between Spring and Stumler’s Restaurant & Orchard
orders for turkeys at home or the farmers’ market. Parties, Pearl. Come on out and explore this farmers’ market right in 10924 St. John’s Rd.
Brown County Winery tours, camping and seminars begin in 2009 by appointment Jeffersonville. Starlight, IN 47106
4520 State Road 46 E
Come enjoy our orchards and restaurant offering full service
Nashville, IN 47448 menu and weekend buffet, farm market and gift shop, petting
812-988-6144 Cass County 11521 S. State Road 3
zoo, fish feeding, shuffleboard, putt-putt golf and hay rides.
www.browncountywinery.com Marysville, IN 47141
email@example.com Cass County Farmers’ Market 812-889-2231
The Forest Discovery Center
Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 2903 S 475 E Please call for times.
Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Logansport, IN 46947
Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. On Hwy. 3 approximately 25 mi. north of Louisville, Ky. or 10
219-739-1211 533 Louis Smith Rd.
mi. north of Charlestown at exactly the 12 mi. marker.
From I-65: take Exit 68, the Hwy. 46 West Nashville/Bloom- Starlight, IN 47106
Jun. through Oct.
ington Exit. Follow 46 11 mi. and Brown County Winery is Hentrup Farms also has crafts, candles and a complete variety 812-923-1590
Tue. and Thu. 3 p.m.-8 p.m.
located on the north side of the road. of fall items available. www.forestcenter.com
Sat. 7:30 a.m.-Noon.
With two locations in Nashville, Brown County Winery Huber Orchard, Winery & Vineyards
mirrors the strong arts and crafts community of this Deer Creek Orchard We are located only 22 mi. north of downtown Louisville, Ky.
scenic southern Indiana shoppers’ mecca. Dave and Cynthia 11250 S. U.S. Highway 35 in beautiful Starlight, Ind. near the Joe Huber Family Farm.
Schrodt opened their retail shop behind the Nashville House Galveston, IN 46932 19816 Huber Rd. The Forest Discovery center is attached to the Koetter
restaurant in 1986. In 2000, they opened a new winery and 574-699-7685 Starlight, IN 47106 Woodworking plant.
tasting room just outside of town in Gnawbone. Enjoy free www.DeerCreekOrchard.com 800-345-9463 Step inside the incredibly realistic “Indoor Forest” and start
wine sampling of grape wines, and their specialty, fruit wines. GreenApple@DeerCreekOrchard.com your stroll through the deep woods. Several different
Wine-related gifts and gourmet food items are sold at both species of trees are showcased in the Forest. Learn what type
Labor Day through Mid-Nov. firstname.lastname@example.org
locations. Watch the wines being made through large glass of fruit they create, what each of their leaves look like, how
windows in the winery tasting room. Handicap accessible. Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Tue.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., U-pick available
tall they’ll each grow and what uses we get from each of the
Closed Mon. Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
trees. Listen as the birds chirp overhead in the treetops and
Chateau Thomas Tasting Room Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
find the forest critters on the ground completing the feel of
Ide’s Tree Farm One of Indiana’s premier agritourism destinations located this real forest!
in beautiful Starlight, Ind. just 20 minutes from Louisville
225 S. Van Buren St. Suite 3 2753 W 100 N and only 125 miles from Indianapolis, Evansville and Cincin-
Nashville, IN 47448 Logansport, IN 46947 nati. Bring the family and spend the day! Attractions include
812-988-8500 574-753-6773 a winery featuring complimentary wine cellar tours, award
www.chateauthomas.com winning wines, unique gift items, and the Starlight Café for Ag Fun Fact
Logansport Farmers’ Market
light lunches. Other attractions include a farm market with
Tourism Fun Fact Downtown between 5th & 6th St. fruits and vegetables available already-picked. Or U-pick An apple tree is at its prime when it’s
Logansport, IN 46947 from a 550 acre farm. Taste creamy treats at our Ice Cream about 50 years old. Indiana harvested
Chateau Thomas Winery’s new Slender Jun. 9 through Oct. 27 Factory and Cheese Shoppe. The whole family will enjoy the 33 million pounds of commercial apples
wine is the world’s only naturally Tue. and Thu. 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Farm Park with mountain slides, mazes and more than 100 in 2007.
sweetened sugar-free wine and was Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon animals. Huber’s also has the Plantation Hall banquet /cater-
featured in gift baskets at the ing facility. Other amenities include indoor bathrooms, paved
parking and handicap accessible..
81st Annual Academy Awards.
The Punkin’ Shed Crawford County Dearborn County Snyder’s Farm Market
17853 Bigney Rd.
10921 State Road 3 English Farmers’ Market Beiersdorfer Orchard Moores Hill, IN 47032
Marysville, IN 47141 812-744-3554
Parking lot of Sun Oak Trading Post
English, IN 47118
21874 Kuebel Rd.
The Punkin’ Shed offers summer produce and fall decorations.
Jun. 23 through Oct. 20 Guilford, IN 47022
Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 812-487-2695
The Tower Orchards Inc. Hildabg@aol.com
Bohman Christmas Tree Farm
Box 37 Open year round.
Leavenworth, IN 47137
Carter’s Strawberries & Mums Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 9801 E. Base Rd.
Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Greensburg, IN 47240
8428 N 300 E I-74 Lawrenceburg Exit, south (left) on SR 1 6 mi. west (right)
on Yorkridge Rd. 4 mi. south (left) on Kuebel Rd. www.bohmanchristmastrees.com
Frankfort, IN 46041 Daviess County email@example.com
765-258-3047 Come enjoy our caramel apples, cherry cider, dried fruits,
popcorn! We also have fruit baskets. U-pick available.
U-pick available. Gardening Without Cultivation Inc.
Tours available. After Thanksgiving
Jun. through Oct. 1600 Bedford Rd. Fri.-Sun. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
8 a.m.-5 p.m. Washington, IN 47501
Located ½ mi. south of SR 26 on 300 E. 812-254-0683 The Berry Patch Bohman Christmas Tree Farm sells Scotch and White Pine as
well as Fraser, Canaan and Douglas Firs. Sizes range up to
Come enjoy our strawberries in the spring and flowers in the www.fruitsandberries.com 15 feet. Free wagon rides to the field with candy canes and
fall! firstname.lastname@example.org peanuts for your enjoyment. Saws available if needed. We
9569 Yorkridge Rd.
Clinton County Farmers’ Market U-pick available. Guilford, IN 47022 also have wreaths, pine roping, tree stands, tree bailing and
812-623-3774 tree shaking. Our concession stand offers hot dogs, popcorn,
Frankton Courthouse Square Open by appointment year round.
coffee, hot chocolate, hot cider and soft drinks.
Frankton, IN 46044 U-pick available.
Gardening Without Cultivation Inc. grows Doyle’s Thornless
May 5 through Oct. 27 Blackberry plant. We offer them ready-picked by the pound May through Oct. Greensburg/Decatur County Farmers’
Thu. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 7:30 a.m.-Noon or U-pick. Fruit available in Jul. and Aug. Plants available Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
year around. Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
South side of Central Courthouse Square
Double W U-Pick Pumpkin Ranch I-74 to St. Leon Exit. South on SR 1 approximately 3 mi. to
Greensburg, IN 47240
Ray’s Market Dover. west on North Dearborn Rd. - 3 mi. to New Alsase,
south on Yorkridge Rd. Farm is a ½ mi. on the right. www.downtowngreensburg.com
630 N.State Road 29 Rural Route 1, Box 528 email@example.com
Michigantown, IN 46057 Washington, IN 47501
812-687-7675 May 4 through Oct. 26
U-pick available. Fri. 2 p.m.-6 p.m.
The Produce Patch
Skiles Market, Orchard and Greenhouse Harper Valley Farms
25060 Jacob Rd.
Guifford, IN 47022
Rural Route 1, Box 44 812-623-3332
9811 N 600 W Plainville, IN 47568 13094 S 600 W
Rossville, IN 46065 812-687-7736 www.chateaupomijewinery.com Westport, IN 47283
765-379-2339 firstname.lastname@example.org 812-591-3416
May through Oct. Wed.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. www.harpervalleyfarms.com
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for availability. email@example.com
Just 40 minutes from Cincinnati, Chateau Pomije’s 50-acre
Located 1 mi. west of Rossville and then We have 3 locations: 1) Hwy. 50 E of Washington. 2) Hwy. 57 vineyard cascades over southeastern Indiana’s rolling hills. U-pick available.
1 mi. north. N in Washington. 3) Hwy. 231 in Loogootee. The winery and restaurant occupy a renovated 1891 barn Sep. 15 through Oct. 31
Small farm market with coloma frozen fruit and Michigan fruit. featuring a 7,000 stone fireplace located in the main dining Sun. 11 a.m.-Dark, Mon.-Fri. 1 p.m.-Dark, Sat. 9 a.m.-Dark
Wichman’s Farm Market room. Small fee for sampling a half-dozen wines. Banquet
facilities for up to 250 guests. Gourmet items/food and In addition to the summer vegetable crops and hogs, the Ar-
specialty labels available. Handicap accessible. mand’s at Harper Valley Farms offer eight acres of pumpkins
to pick from in the fall. Visitors can pick from the patch or
Ag Fun Fact Route 3, Box 76
choose from a wide selection of squash and gourds available
Washington, IN 47501 Salatin’s Orchard
Frankfort, Ind. is home to the Annual 812-257-1255 near the sales shed. Garden mums, flowering cabbage, honey
10514 Chesterville Rd. and other fall decorations are also available. Kids can enjoy
Hotdog Festival where you’ll find dogs From Hwy. 57/50 bypass junction, go 8 mi. north on Hwy. 57 our small sunflower maze to wind through and meet some of
Moores Hill, IN 47032
with every kind of topping and hot dog N. Market on right side, or 4 mi. south of Plainville. 812-744-3481 our farm animals. Bring the family and come join the fun!
Indian corn also available.
Hatton’s Farm Market & Greenhouse, Inc. Buch’s Berry Farm Northern Tropics Gelhausen Garden Shop
943 N. Michigan Ave. 1810 County Road 51 1501 E. Fuson Rd. 8370 S 200 W
Greensburg, IN 47241 Waterloo, IN 46793 Muncie, IN, IN 47302 Huntingburg, IN 47542
260-837-7485 765-289-2929 812-683-5734
U-pick available. Call for picking times. www.northerntropics.com Greenhouse and garden shop.
Mar. through Dec.
Located approximately 4 mi. north of Waterloo off SR 427
Retail greenhouse operation selling annuals, perennials,
towards Hamilton. Watch for signs. Seasonal hours vary but are posted on website.
hanging baskets, garden plants, fall mums, poinsettias and Hasenour Organic Produce
much more. We also grow our own fresh produce including Northern Tropics offer fresh heirloom and hybrid tomatoes in
sweet corn, green beans, tomatoes, melons, peppers and Lemper Farms season, unusual plants such as bananas and tropical plants,
pumpkins. water gardening plants and supplies, perennials, annuals 8564 S. 200 W
0955 CR 56 and hanging baskets.
Garrett, IN 46738 Huntingburg, IN 47542
Highpoint Orchard & Farm Market Russell Sheep Company
Pumpkin patch activities in the fall. Hasenour Organic Produce is certified as “Indiana Certified
Organic Tomatoes.” We offer hydroponic lettuce and organic
cucumbers as well as all-natural beef and pork, which is
3321 N. U.S. Highway 421 3500 E. County Road 700 N. hormone and antibiotic-free.
Greensburg, IN 47240
Delaware County Eaton, IN 47338
765-288-4845 Huntingburg Farmers’ Market
Apr. through Mid-Dec. www.russellsheepcompany.com
Farmers’ Market at Minnetristra Orchard Downtown between 3rd & 4th St.
Tue.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for an appointment.
Shop Huntingburg, IN 47542
During apple season, extended hours starting Sep.13
Minnetrista Cultural Center Choose from a variety of fresh, frozen lamb products and Jul. 7 through Sep. 29
Tue.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
1200 N. Minnetrista Pkwy. summer sausages. Lamb is available at our farm year Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
Muncie, IN 47303 around or at the Minnetrista Farmers’ Market.
765-282-4848, ext. 142
Richard’s Nursery Tree Farm The Downtown Farm Stand Indiana Berry & Plant Company
11868 State Road 3 S 125 E. Main St.
Jun. through Oct. Muncie, IN 47305
Westport, IN 47283
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon, Wed. 4 p.m.-6 p.m. 765-288-3775 5218 W 500 S
Huntingburg, IN 47542
U-pick available. 812-683-3055
Minnetrista Farmers’ Market
Call for directions. U-pick available.
Start a family tradition! Come to Richard’s Nursery Tree
Farm and choose and cut down your own Christmas Tree.
Ahrens’ Garden of Eatin’ Jasper Farmers’ Market
Live wreaths are also available.
Orchard Shop parking lot 201 Mill St.
Muncie, IN 47302 Jasper, IN 47546
765-213-3540 ext. 125 5902 S. 585 W. Jul.7 through Oct. 27
DeKalb County www.minnetrista.net Huntingburg, IN 47546 Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
Auburn Farm Market May 5 through Oct. 27 Jenkins Greenhouse and Florists
Wed. 4 p.m.-sold out, Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon U-pick available.
108 E. 7th St.
Auburn, IN 46706 FREE cooking demonstrations presented by the local Chap- May 18 through Mid-Jun.
260-925-3113 ter of the American Culinary Federation the fourth Sat. of Mon.-Fri. 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 4781 W 1200 S
each month at 9 a.m. The demonstrations feature recipes Sat. and Sun. 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Dale, IN 47532
Open Sat. mornings during summer.
using fresh farmers’ market ingredients. Herbs are also 812-683-2329
Located 3 mi. west of Huntingburg, Ind. off Hwy. 64 on
585 W. Greenhouse and garden shop.
Auburn Farmers’ Market
Come see us beginning May 18. Season usually lasts about
208 N. Main St. Ag Fun Fact 4 weeks. Our strawberries are available ready-pick or
Ag Fun Fact
Auburn, IN 46706
219-925-3943 Indiana is ranked second in the United A tree is a crop just like corn or
Last week of May through Oct. States for production of tomatoes for soybeans. The total economic impact
Wed. and Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m. processing. On average, each American of Indiana’s forest products industry is
eats 18 pounds of fresh tomatoes and $17 billion dollars and generates more
70 pounds of processed tomatoes a than 130,000 jobs related to and
year! supporting the hardwoods industry.
Kapp Winery Amish Acres Kercher’s Sunrise Orchards Pumpkin Patch Market
1600 W. Market St.
Nappanee, IN 46550 10532 U.S. Highway 20
8716 W. State Road 56 800-800-4942 19498 County Road 38 Middlebury, IN 46540
Jasper, IN 47546 Goshen, IN 46526 574-825-3312
firstname.lastname@example.org The Pumpkin Patch Market offers locally-grown, in-season
email@example.com www.kerchersorchard.com produce, a pumpkin patch and pumpkin picking.
Apr. through Dec. Fri.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. Noon-5 p.m. Open year round. Stone Ridge Landscaping Inc.
Call for additional hours. Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.,
Tue.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 405 Franklin St.
Estate wines, orchard, vineyards, winery on-site. Free tast- May through Oct. Goshen, IN 46526
ing, Sun. sales, gourmet items/food. Handicap accessible. May, Sep. through Oct. 574-522-7850
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Sun. Noon-5 p.m.
Nov. through Dec. www.StoneRidgeLandscapingInc.com
Lueken Dairy Farm Hours by vary by day. Located ¼ mi. west of SR 15 on 38 (Kercher Rd).
Morel mushrooms are available in May. Sweet cherries and Stone Ridge Landscaping specializes in landscape design-
10100 E. Taylor Hollow Rd.
Check the Website or call ahead. tart cherries Mid-Jun. to early Jul. U-pick apples in late ing and historical renovations with a niche market in stone
Birdseye, IN 47513
812-389-2163 Aug. through Oct. U-pick pumpkins and hay rides, every and brick hardscape features. Whether the site demands
weekend from the last weekend of Sep. through the last a formal English design or a more relaxed cottage feel, our
Family dairy operation. Bristol Farmers’ Market weekend in Oct. Harvest festival the first weekend in Oct. experience qualifies us to create your landscape dreams!
16466 State Road 120
Weyer Tree Farm Bristol, IN 46507 Sunrise Orchards
Midwest Farmers’ Market LLC
27751 County Road 26
May through Oct.
8619 S Club Rd. Elkhart, IN 46517 19751 County Road 38
Thu. 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Ferdinand, IN 47532 574-296-7827 Goshen, IN 46526
812-367-1097 www.midwestfarmersmarket.com 574-533-7465
Bullard’s Farm Market and Greenhouse firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
U-pick available. 5220 Middleburg St. May 24 through Dec. 31 Apple picking starting Mid-Sep. through Mid-Oct. Autumn
Elkhart, IN 46516 Thu.-Sat. 7 a.m.-3:30 p.m. hay rides and pumpkin patch also available.
Elkhart County Apr. 11 through Dec. 23
Mill Race Center Farmers’ Market Wine Cellar Supply
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. 212 W. Washington St.
American Countryside Farmers’ Market
Goshen, IN 46526
211 S. Main St.
Goshen, IN 46526
Goshen Farmers’ Market www.millrace.org 574-536-7256
May through Oct. Tue. 3 p.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. www.winecellarsupply.com
27751 County Road 26 firstname.lastname@example.org
Elkhart, IN 46517 212 W. Washington Ave.
574-296-7827 Goshen, IN 46527 Millers Orchard, Inc. Wed. and Sat. 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
574-533-4747 Wine Cellar Supply is home of Gateway Cellar Winery.
email@example.com Specialty labels and banquet facilities available.
firstname.lastname@example.org 501 W. Randolph St.
Open year round. Nappanee, IN 46550 Woodlawn Nature Center
Open year round.
Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. 574-773-3923
Thu. and Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Harvest Market
Fri. 8 a.m.-7 p.m. May through Oct. Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
604 Woodlawn Ave.
The American Countryside Farmers Market offers vendors Tue. 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Elkhart, IN 46514
We have in-season apples, non-pasteurized cider and apple
indoors and out. Inside the country’s largest Amish built At historic Mill Race Center on the Elkhart River in butter. www.woodlawnnaturecenter.com
wood-pegged barn (51,000 square feet) the first floor is downtown Goshen.
filled with produce, meat, baked goods, other food special- May through Oct.
ties and a local dining court. The second floor is filled Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members receive
a quarter bushel shopping basket to fill with members’
Prairie Trail Farm Fri. 2 p.m.-7 p.m.
with local crafters, furniture makers and a kitchen used for
choice of fruits and vegetables from at least a dozen local 16206 County Road 40 Located 1 block east of Cassopolis St. on Woodlawn Ave.
farmers. Several CSA share levels available (10, 15 and 22 Goshen, IN 46528
574-642-3555 A new farmers’ market based in a nature center.
baskets) Non-CSA members and general public welcome!
Tourism Fun Fact Natural/organic meats and pastured poultry are also email@example.com
Northern Indiana is home to the Cooking classes, herb demonstrations and discussions and
second-largest population of Amish other seasonal opportunities. Guided tours of herb garden
in the nation. also available.
Fayette County Fountain County Gibson County Greene County
Columbia City Farmers’ Market Sandlady’s Gourd Farm Marling Farm Brays You Pick
West of Courthouse Square
Columbia City, IN 46725
10295 N 700 W Route 3 Box 59
219-248-8131 70 N 1150 E
Kingman, IN 47952 Owensburg, IN 47424
May through Oct. 765-498-5428 Oakland City, IN 47660
Sat. 7:30 a.m.-Noon 812-749-4009
firstname.lastname@example.org www.marlingfarm.com email@example.com
Connersville Farmers’ Market firstname.lastname@example.org U-pick available.
Gourds for birdhouses, art, crafts, schools, groups,
Park Rd. Family night weiner roast and hay rides in Oct. Tue., Thu,, and Sat, 7 a.m.-Noon
presentations. Sandlady’s Gourd Farm hosts the Gourd
Connersville, IN 47331
Princeton Farmers’ Market
May through Oct.
Sat. 5 a.m.-11 a.m. .O.
Mayor’s Office; P Box 15 Hamilton County
Princeton, IN 47670
Fulton County 812-385-4428
Connersville/Fayette Community Farmers’ Allisonville Nursery
Market Fulton County Farmers’ Market Mid-May through Mid-Oct.
Fifth Third Bank, 531 Central Ave. Daily, daylight hours.
Downtown Rochester 11405 Allisonville Rd.
Connersville, IN 47331 West side of Courthouse
765-825-0546 Fishers, IN 46038
Rochester, IN 46975 317-849-4490
May through Oct. May 10 through Oct. 25
Sat. 5 a.m.-11 a.m. www.allisonvillenursery.com
Wed. 3 p.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 7:30 a.m.-Noon
Grant County Farmers’ Market Open year round.
Harvest Time Orchard Also in Akron at the Downtown Plaza on Rochester St./SR Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
14 (near intersection of SR 14 &19) Courthouse Square, SR 18 Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
3418 E. Everton Rd. Marion, IN 46952
Connersville, IN 47331 Jun. 2 through Oct. 20 Allisonville Nursery is a five-acre nursery, garden center,
765-825-0092 Mon. 3 p.m.-6 p.m. florist, home décor and fresh produce destination. Changing
Jun. through Oct. Sat. 9 a.m.- 2p.m. (Marion Courthouse seasonally, the nursery always emphasizes gardening and
McDivitt Farms Ramer’s Farm Market Square) horticulture.
3994 N. Waterloo Rd. Wed. 9 a.m.-2.p.m. (Gas City behind City Hall during
Connersville, IN 47331 growing season) Carley Elk Farm
5962 N Old 31 Local produce and plants. 29113 Haworth Rd.
www.mcdivittfarms.com Rochester, IN 46975 Atlanta, IN 46031
email@example.com 574-223-3751 Hainlen Orchard
Apr. through Oct. 1250 E 5588 N
Rusty Acres Orchard Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Converse, IN 46919
6480 S. Kidd Rd. 765-395-3274 Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Connersville, IN 47331
Ramer’s Farm Market is a quality producer of bedding Orchard (outside Grant County). See this growing herd of Rocky Mountain Elk, tour the farm,
plants, fruits and vegetables. enjoy a nature walk and help feed the elk. Mounts and
Pine Ridge Tree Farms (Helt’s Pines)
Floyd County Rochester Farmers’ Market
5425 N 250 W
Carmel Farmers’ Market
1093 E 600 N
Rochester, IN 46975 Marion, IN 46952
New Albany State Street 765-668-1937
Farmers’ Market One Civic Square
Sider’s Blueberry Farm Carmel, IN 46032
1303 State St. Christmas tree farm 317-710-0162
New Albany, IN 47150
Jun. 9 through Oct. 31 6254 W 200 N firstname.lastname@example.org
The Barefoot Artisan
Tue. 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Rochester, IN 46977
6615 N 250 W -27 May 31 through Sep. 27
LaFontaine, IN 46940 Sat. 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Tourism Fun Fact U-pick available.
One of the largest farmers’ markets in the state with nearly
50 vendors selling Indiana grown and/or produced products.
More than $1 billion in state and local Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Gourds, herbs, vegetables
taxes come from visitor expenditures. Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
Conner Prairie Gatewood Vegetable Farm & Greenhouses Pickett’s Sorghum Farm Spencer Farm
1061 E. 236th St.
Sheridan, IN 46069
13400 Allisonville Rd. 9555 E. 206th St. 317-758-4331
Fishers, IN 46038 Noblesville, IN 46060
317-776-6000 317-773-1214 www.pickettsorghum.com 7177 E. 161st St.
email@example.com Noblesville, IN 46062
www.connerprairie.org www.gatewoodvegetablefarm.com 317-776-1560
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Sep. through Oct.
7 a.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment year round. U-pick available.
Outdoor historic areas open Apr. through Oct. Apr. 1 through Dec. 15
Tue.-Sat. 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Apr. through Dec.
Sorghum has been grown, processed and sold at this family
Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
farm for 93 years. More than 3,500 gallons of sorghum is
Closed Mon. and Tue. in Apr. Sun. Noon-8 p.m.
Gatewood Farm is a four-generation family run farm market processed here each year and shipped all over the United
and garden center serving Hamilton County since 1922. States. We offer 1, 2 and 4 pound jars or 2 ½, 6 and 11 Follow signs from 146th St. and River Rd. 1.3 mi. east of
The Apple Store open Sep. through Oct.
Mulch, seeds and wreaths also available. pound cans of sorghum. Hats and sorghum recipe books Hazel Dell Pkwy. on 161st St.
Visit Conner Prairie, one of America’s best living history available. This 40-acre farm offers local and Midwest grown produce
experiences. Explore agriculture history from 19th and 20th as well as fudge, ice cream, windchimes, birdhouses, pot-
centuries daily including heirloom farming, gardening, pot- Grape Inspirations Winery tery, canning equipment, old fashioned candy, baskets,
tery and livestock demonstration areas. Heirloom plants and Rita’s Backyard
candles and much more! Visitors can also dig their own
pottery available. mums. Please call before coming.
1307 S. Rangeline Rd.
Ferrin’s Fruit Winery Carmel, IN 46032 12244 E. 116th St.
Fishers, IN 46037 Stonycreek Farm, Nursery & Landscaping
89 First Ave. SW firstname.lastname@example.org Open year round. The garden center is open during season. 11366 State Road 38 E
Carmel, IN 46032 Tue.-Fri. 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Noblesville, IN 46060
Visit the newly restored 1880s yellow barn for unusual pe-
317-566-9463 Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Sun. Noon-4 p.m. 317-773-3344
rennials and herbs. Our newly renovated barn also houses a
www.ferrinsfruitwinery.com We are a full-service winery located in Carmel, Ind. At our florist shop, gift shop and home décor. New this year: www.stonycreekfarm.net
email@example.com winery you can purchase wine by the glass, bottle or case. locally grown, naturally grown fruits and vegetables
Tue.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. We are also the only winery in Indiana where you can make featuring many heirloom varieties.
wine here with our assistance. This is a simple process. Mar. through Dec.
Sun. Noon-5 p.m.
First, you taste and decide on what wine to make from our Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Just 20 minutes north of downtown Indianapolis, Ferrin’s Russell Farms Pumpkin Patch
40 different wines. Then, you come back and design your This 50-acre farm and nursery offers wagon rides, autumn
Fruit Winery is a fun place to visit. Ferrin’s offers a broad label and bottle your wine with our equipment and hay rides and full line of trees, shrub and a perennial
selection of wines, from dry to sweet. Come and enjoy a assistance. We also have a comfortable seating area where
12290 E. 191st St. nursery. Admission is charged for Pumpkin Harvest Festival.
free wine tasting, brouse our gift shop or take a winery you can enjoy your wine, host a small party or event. Come
tour. Specialty labels, gourmet items/food and outdoor Noblesville, IN 46060
in soon and wine with us! Handicap accessible.
seating available. Located next to First Avenue Cookie 317-773-9078 Stuckey Farm Market
Company, which specializes in gourmet cookies and cakes. www.russell-farms.com
Noblesville Main Street firstname.lastname@example.org
19975 County Line Rd.
Fishers Farmers’ Market Farmers’ Market
Sat. and Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sheridan, IN 46069
Russell Farms annual Country Fall Fest takes place every
Fishers Train Station 205 W. Connor St. Oct. weekend. Thousands of pumpkins to choose from, Late Jun. through Mid-Dec.
Fishers, IN 46038 Noblesville, IN 46060 great safe hay rides, miniature agri-golf, family games, Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
317-578-0700 317-776-0205 crafts and two corn mazes. Fudge and toys also available. Ride a wagon to the U-pick orchard or pumpkin patch.
www.fishersfarmersmarket.com www.noblesvillemainstreet.com Watch as fresh cider is made and bottled.
Ag Fun Fact
Jun. 2 through Oct. 6 Jun. 3 through Oct. 14 Wilson Farm Market
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon 8 a.m.-Noon Indiana exports high-quality hardwoods
More than 40 vendors offering locally-grown vegetables, products all over the world. In fact, Indi-
1720 E. 256th St.
seasonal fruits, perennials, annuals, cut flowers. ana is home to the only inland treatment Arcadia, IN 46030
Specialty items include: pestos and doggie treats. Ag Fun Fact station in the country to offer qualified 317-758-5734
Agriculture adds $25 billion to Indiana’s U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal www.wilsonfarmmarket.com
economy through farm, food and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant
forestry products. For every dollar in Protection and Quarantine for hardwood
Mar. through Oct.
direct wages and income from farm, exports. Treating logs in Indiana saves
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
food and forest workers more than loggers money, prevents port delays
and expands log sale opportunities. Established in 1968 this full-service “general store” offers
2.5 times that amount flows into a a variety of products to choose from. Homemade fudge and
local economy. Amish products also available.
Hancock County Hillcrest Tree Farm Harrison County Deere Farms
Anvil Angus Natural Beef 4420 E 500 S
Best Vineyards Winery
1565 St. John’s Church Rd. NE
Greenfield, IN 46140 8373 Morgans Ln. Lanesville, IN 47136
317-462-7694 Elizabeth, IN 47117 502-807-5601
5736 E 400 S www.bestvineyardswinery.com
Greenfield, IN 46140
317-462-4251 U-pick available. Bryant’s Blueberries email@example.com
Beef@Anvilangus.com Nov. 28 through Dec. 21 Sep. 12 through Oct. 30 Fri. 3 p.m.-Dark, Sat. 11 a.m.-
Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Other Dark, Sun. Noon-Dark
6900 Oak Park Rd. NE
Open daily year around. Call to make an appointment. dates by appointment. Closed Sep. 13 for Lanesville Heritage Weekend
New Salisbury, IN 47161
Landscaping design and installation or chose and 812-366-3592 Thirteen-acre corn maze professionally designed and
From Greenfield, take Highway 9 south to 400 South. transplant. 15,000 trees grown on farm. Choose and cut created by MazePlay. Antique tractor hay rides to pumpkin
Turn east and drive 3.75 miles to the farm at 5736 E. 400 www.bryantsblueberries.com
Christmas trees in season. firstname.lastname@example.org patch. Four mazes, including children’s maze and nighttime
South. There are spruce trees at the road, red barn and haunted maze totaling more than 15-acres. Antique tractor
gray barn behind the house. Lost Forty Tree Farm U-pick available. ride to pumpkin patch. Harrison County artisans featured
Mid-Jun. through Mid-Jul. in chicken house gift shop.
Apple Family Farm 4499 N 400 E Wed. and Sat. Additional days as available.
Greenfield, IN 46140
317-326-4670 From Louisville: take I-64 to Georgetown Exit, west on SR Indian Creek Winery
www.lostfortytreefarm.com 64 10 mi., south on Oak Park Rd. 1 mi. to sign on left (1/4
3365 W. State Road 234 mi. east of SR 135).
McCordsville, IN 46055 U-pick available. 6491 County Line Rd. NE
317-335-3067 Georgetown, IN 47122
If demand exceeds the supply of ripe blueberries, we will
www.applefamilyfarm.com close for ripening. Check Web site for current status. A 812-951-0303
Piney Acres Farm
email@example.com picking report will be updated nightly during the season. www.indiancreekwinery.org
1115 E. 1000 N When berries are in good supply, we will be open firstname.lastname@example.org
Fortville, IN 46040 Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-9 p.m.
Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 317-326-1700 Sun.-Thu. Noon-6 p.m.
See Web site for directions. www.pineyacresfarm.com Winery with tasting room.
A farm store featuring locally grown meats, cheese, grains Pineyacresfarm@yahoo.com Corydon Farmers’ Market
and other foods with a focus on the Weston A. Price See website for hours. Downtown Square
nutritional guidelines. Cookbooks also available. Seven Springs Winery
Corydon, IN 47112
Piney Acres Farm offers home grown popcorn, hay rides 8373 Morgan’s Ln.
Sep. through Oct., a pumpkin patch in Oct. and Christmas Jun. 12 through Sep. 1
Engleking’s Country Beef Shop Elizabeth, IN 47117
trees Nov. through Dec. Tue. 8 a.m.-Noon 812-969-2084
9842 E 350 N
Tuttle Orchards Corydon Farmers’ Market Turtle Run Winery
Charlottesville, IN 46117 Jay C parking lot
765-785-2842 Corydon, IN 47112
5717 N 300 W
www.englekingscountrybeefshop.com Greenfield, IN 46140 940 St. Peters Church Rd. NE
Jun. 12 through Sep. 1 Corydon, IN 47112
Tue. 3 p.m.-7 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. 317-326-2278 Wed. 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. 812-952-2650
A farm shop offering all-natural beef, pork and eggs. www.tuttleorchards.com
Corydon Farmers’ Market email@example.com
Greenfield Farmers’ Market Tractor Supply Company parking lot Tue.-Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
Nov. through Apr. Corydon, IN 47112
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Closed Sun. The winery is 25 minutes west from downtown Louisville
Jun. 12 through Sep. 1 near rustic Lanesville, Ind.
620 N. Apple St. May through Oct. Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
Mon.-Wed. 9 a.m.- 6 p.m. Turtle Run Winery’s goal is to produce exceptional wines
Greenfield, IN 46140 that are enjoyed with food and friends. The winery and
317-462-1113 Thu.-Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Closed Sun.
vineyard sit on 74 Ohio Valley Appellation acres well-suited
www.HancockHarvestCouncil.com From Indianapolis: take I-70 east to the Mt. Comfort Rd. Tourism Fun Fact for growing high-quality wine grapes. Visit Turtle Run Win-
firstname.lastname@example.org Exit. Go north 3 ½ mi. to 600 N. Turn east on 300 W at ery and enjoy a free tasting, take a tour of the high- tech
600 N and go 3 mi. on 600 N until you come to 300 W, Wineries play a vital role in tourism in winery and wander through the beautiful vineyard. Feel
May through Oct. then turn south on 300 W and Tuttle Orchards is on the Indiana each year, contributing $33 free to bring a picnic basket and blanket. You’re welcome
8 a.m.-Noon p.m. east side of the road. million to Indiana’s economy. to sit back and enjoy the day. Specialty labels and gourmet
On east side of the courthouse in Greenfield. 1 block east We offer year round farm activities for the whole family. items/food also available. Handicap accessible.
of the intersection of SR 9 and US 40. Prepicked produce also available.
Hendricks County Chateau Thomas Winery Stamper Farms & Gardens Henry County
1288 S 600 W
Beasley’s Orchards & Gardens/Heartland Danville, IN 46122 Boondocks Farms
6291 Cambridge Way 317-539-4616
Plainfield, IN 46168
May 5 through Nov. 5
2304 E. Main St. 8001 S. Grant City Rd.
email@example.com Knightstown, IN 46148
Danville, IN 46122 Please call for availibility and hours.
317-745-4876 Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., 765-345-2020
Sun. Noon-7 p.m.
www.beasleys-orchard.com The Old Farm Market www.boondocksfarms.com
Just 10 minutes west of the Indianapolis Airport, Cha-
Jul. through Oct. teau Thomas Winery specializes in vinifera wines. Browse U-pick available.
through the charming neo-Mediterranean gift shop and enjoy 9613 E. U.S. Highway 36
Mon. -Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-6 p.m. Apr. through Dec.
free wine tasting of 42 premium vinifera wines. Wine lover Avon, IN 46123
Nov. through Jan. 317- 271-3447 Sun. 12 p.m.-6 p.m.
merchandise and gourmet foods complement your winery Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Sun. experience. Indiana gourmet cheeses and gift baskets www.oldfarmmarket.com
We are located 2 ½ mi. east of Danville on Old US 36. available year around. Corporate and personalized private firstname.lastname@example.org Take I- 70 south on SR 109 2 mi. to 800 S go west ½ mi to
labeling available. Call to schedule a cellar tour. Banquet farm.
We offer a corn maze, tours, U-pick pumpkins, food and conference facilities available for 12-350 people. Mar. through Dec.
booths, apples, fruit butters, spices, cookbooks, kitchen Open daily 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Ninety acres of classified forest and natural wetlands with
Outdoor seating. farm animals to visit. Available for birthday parties and
wares and crafts. Beasley’s is home to the Heartland Apple Quality gardening products and produce for over 30 years!
Festival held each year during the first two weekends of weddings. Gooseberries, herbs/spices and onions also
Danville Chamber Farmers’ Market available.
Northwest corner of the Town Square
Danville, IN 46122
Washington Township Farmers’ Market
Belleville Farm Market Country Christmas Tree Farm
www.danville.org 1115 South County Rd. 525 E.
Avon, IN 46123
May 5 through Sep. 29
1882 E. U.S. Highway 40 Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
www.localharvest.org/farmers-Markets/M21278 8650 N County Road 100 E
Clayton, IN 46118
Springport, IN 47386
317-539-5001 Kehrein Orchard Jun. through Oct.
Tue. 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Apr. through Oct. 1827 E. Highway 40
10 a.m.- 7 p.m. Clayton, IN 46118 Located at the Washington Township Community Park on
317-539-2000 575 E. “Christmas Tree Farm” and “pine retreat” banquet hall for
Farmers’ market. groups.
A farmers’ market in Avon.
Jacobs’ Family Orchard
9305 S County Road 0
Clayton, IN 46118 6578 S 400 E
317-539-4077 Clayton, IN 46118
317-839-0898 4676 N 75 W
Brownsburg Chamber Farmers’ Market New Castle, IN 47362
Catering also available.
Ag Fun Fact 1-877-309-3111; 765-836-4681
61 North Green St. Plainfield Town Center Farmers’ Market Dr. Seuss’ Sam-I-Am knew what he was email@example.com
Brownsburg, IN talking about with Green Eggs and Ham.
317-852-7885 Plainfield Chamber of Commerce U-pick available.
While you might still be iffy on green
210 W. Main St. Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Jun. 4 through Sep. 12. eggs, a three-ounce serving of
Plainfield, IN 46168
317-839-3800 extra-lean ham has only 112 calories Located ¾ of a mi. west of Mt. Summit, SR 36 to SR 75 W,
Cartlidge Christmas Trees and four grams of fat. Why is ham turn south ¼ mi.
May 16 through Oct. 3
Wed. 4 p.m.-7 p.m. important to the Hoosier state? Open from the first of Jun. and Mid-Jul. through Nov.
8676 E. Highway 36 Indiana ranks fifth in the country for for strawberries. Sweet corn available on Jul. 15. Apples
Avon, IN 46123 hog production. available on Sep. 1, and you can find pumpkins, gourds and
317-272-3579 Tourism Fun Fact squash in Mid-Sep. Cider slush also available.
In 2006, spending by visitors to Indiana
Johnsons’ Natural Harvest
generated $901.8 million in state tax
8386 Wilbur Wright Rd.
Mooreland, IN 47360
New Castle Farmers’ Market Huntington County Jackson County Chateau de Pique
1848 W 300 N
New Castle, IN 47362 Huntington Orchards Inc. Burton’s Maplewood Farm 6361 N 760 E
765-533-6755 Seymour, IN 47274
firstname.lastname@example.org 8121 W. County Road 75 S 812-522-9296
1259 N. Etna Rd. Medora, IN 47260
Jul. through early Sep. Huntington, IN 46750 www.chateaudepique.com
Sat. 7:30 a.m.-11 a.m. 260-356-4276 email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org Burtons@NationalMapleSyrupFestival.com Open daily.
U-pick available. While driving south on I-65 take Hwy. 11 south to
Howard County Call ahead for a tour!
Rockford. Turn right at the stoplight onto Redding St. (725)
Apr. through Oct.
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. From I-65 at the Seymour Exit: Burton’s Maplewood Farm is Take Redding St. approx. ¼ mi. and turn left onto 760. Go
Farlow’s Orchard approximately 25 minutes west. Take U.S. Highway 50 West approx. 1 mi. and arrive at Chateau de Pique Winery.
US 24 W and SR 9 just southwest of Huntington. Go south
on SR 9 for 2 mi., turn left onto 100 N to 1st stop sign. Turn approximately 15 miles through the town of Brownstown. Chateau de Pique is located on approximately 80-acres
right, Huntington Orchards is on the right side of the road ½ Continue west on U.S. 50 approximately 10 miles, turn of beautiful rolling hills in Seymour, Ind. There is a 6,000
6850 W. 250 S
Russiaville, IN 46979 mi. after turn. Look for the Big Red Apple out front. south on State Road 235 and travel 2 miles. Turn right on square foot tent that seats 350 to satisfy all special
765-883-7028 McHargue Road then immediately turn left on Byarlay Knob occassions. Also, a tasting room to sample the seven wines
From Apr. through Oct. we offer a complete line of an- Road. Take it all the way to the top and Burton’s Maple- currently produced.
nual, perennial and groundcovers for your gardening and wood Farm is on the left!
landscaping needs. In Sep. through Oct.we offer limited
Jun through Jan. Call for hours. U-pick of both pumpkins and apples. All crops are sold in our From Bedford: Burton’s Maplewood Farm is approximately Downtown Seymour Farmers’ Market
U-pick strawberries are available in Jun. And U-pick apples “Country Store” as long as quantities are available. 25 miles east. Take U.S. Highway 50 East approximately
Corner of Walnut and St.Louis Ave.
are available in Oct. until the first freeze. Our regular 20 miles. Turn south on State Route 235 and travel 2 miles. Seymour, IN 47274
season is Sept. 1 through Jan. We also participate in the Roanoke Farmers’ Market Turn right on McHargue Road then immediately turn left
Kokomo Farmers’ Market at the corner of Sycamore and on Byarlay Knob Road. Take it all the way to the top and Apr. through Oct.
126 N. Main St. Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
Union Streets in Kokomo, Ind. that Farmers’ Market runs Burton’s Maplewood Farm is on the left.
Roanoke, IN 46783
May through Mid-Oct.
From Salem: Burton’s Maplewood Farm is 25 minutes Hackman Market
www.localharvest.org/farmers-Markets/M5210 north. Take State Route 135 North 15 miles. Turn west on
Greentown Farmers’ Market email@example.com State Route 235 through the town of Medora. After leaving
Corner of W. Main and S. Green Streets Medora travel 3 miles. Turns left on McHargue Road then
Jul. through Sep. 2819 W 540 S
Greentown, IN immediately turn left on Byarlay Knob Road. Take it all the
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon Vallonia, IN 47281
765-628-7363 way to the top and Burton’s Maple Farm is on the left! 812-358-4055
Main St. between 1st and 2nd St. in downtown Roanoke.
2009 Market Dates: Jun. 27, Jul. 11 and 25, Aug. 8 and 22, From Bloomington: Burton’s Maplewood Farm is 45 minutes 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
A farmers’ market reminiscent of the 1800’s.
Sep. 5 and 19 south. Take State Route 446 South 30 miles to U.S. High- I-35 south of Vallonia 4 mi. to 540 S. ½ mi. on the right or
8 a.m. -Noon way 50. Turn left/east on U.S. Highway 50 and go 10 miles. 600 S ¾ mi. on the left.
Turn south on State Route 235 and travel 2 miles. Turn right
on McHargue Road then immediately turn left on Byarlay
Kokomo Farmers’ Market Kamman’s Farm Market
Knob Road. Take it all the way to the top and Burton’s
Downtown Kokomo Parking Lot at Corner or Sycamore and Ag Fun Fact Maplewood Farm is on the left.
Kokomo, IN 46901 4683 S. State Road 135
The only National Maple Syrup Each year during maple syrup season family and friends
Vallonia, IN 47281
765-454-7926 meet up at our family farm and help in the collection of
Festival is right here in Indiana. Al- 812-358-2015
maple sap. We produce more than 200 gallons of 100 per-
www.kokomofarmersmarket.com ways the first and second weekends in cent pure maple syrup. This is an annual tradition that will www.localharvest.org/farms/M14194
March, the Festival is located on the continue for many generations to come. We also host the Open daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Jun. 13 through Oct. 10 Burton’s Maplewood Farm in Medora, National Maple Syrup Festival on our farm which is “always
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon Ind. You can find maple syrup from the first and second weekend in March” in scenic Jackson SR 135, 20 mi. north of Salem and 7 mi. south of
County located in the beautiful southern Indiana. If you or Brownstown.
every maple syrup producing state in
Ag Fun Fact your family would like to help out and be a part of the lost A large farm stand selling Jackson County melons, other
the country, live music, activities and art of sugaring give us a call. We’d love to see you!!! produce, bedding plants, jams and gifts.
The Jeopardy show with host Alex believe it or not—even a MAN EATING
Trebek, listed one of its categories CHICKEN and other oddities!! (That’s
Lahrman’s Farm Market
as SMALL TOWNS. The answer was right, we said MAN EATING CHICKEN.)
So, mark your calendar for March 2010. 2435 W 100 S
The Place Where Popcorn King Orville Brownstown, IN 47220
Redenbacher Comes From. And the 812-358-3089
question was “What is Brazil, Indiana?” West on Hwy. 50 to west side of Brownstown. Red metal
This is also home to the annual Popcorn building on the north side of 50.
Festival of Clay County in October.
National Maple Syrup Festival Stream Cliff Herb Farm Tearoom & Winery Fair Oaks Farms The Original Vander Molen Blueberry Farm
C/O Burton’s Maplewood Farm
8225 South County Road 90 West 864 N 600 E 4501 W 800 N
maple syrup, gift shop
Commisky, IN 47227 Fair Oaks, IN 47943 Rensselaer, IN 47978
8121 W. County Road 75 S
812-346-5859 219-394-2025 219-956-3578
Medora, IN 47260
812-966-2168 www.fofarms.com U-pick available.
We are located 1/2 mile east of SR 3 on Commiskey Rd. in firstname.lastname@example.org Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Indiana (turn on Rd. opposite of Commiskey Corner Store). Jan. through Nov.
We are approximately in the middle of a triangle between Adventure Center Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for availability.
Louisville, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis. From I-65: take the Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Located 14 mi. north of Rensselaer on Hwy. 231, then 1 ½
Always the first and second weekends in Mar. Uniontown Exit 41 (1st one south of Seymour), go east 11 mi. east on 800 N, then ½ mi. north on 400 W.
The Fair Oaks Farms Adventure Center is not your ordinary
From I-65 at the Seymour Exit: The National Maple Syrup mi. to SR 3, then north to Commiskey Rd. From Cincinnati: Also a “We-Pick.”
information center. Located on an operating dairy farm it
Festival is approximately 25 minutes west and located on take US 50 to North Vernon then south on SR 3. offers exhibits that explain how the dairy industry protects
Burton’s Maplewood Farm. Take U.S. Highway 50 West the environment, cares for the dairy cows and ensures the Van Kley’s Blueberries
approximately 15 miles through the town of Brownstown. highest quality milk possible. You can tour the dairy farm
Continue west on U.S. 50 approximately 10 miles, turn and see the milking process first hand. And of course, the
south on State Road 235 and travel 2 miles. Turn right
Jasper County dairy processing plant where you can see some of the fin-
est cheeses in the world and ice cream made right before 2666 W. State Road 10
on McHargue Road then immediately turn left on Byarlay
your eyes! Banquet facilities available. Wheatfield, IN 46392
Knob Road. Take it all the way to the top and Burton’s Eenigenburg’s North Berry Farm 219-956-3687
Maplewood Farm is on the left!
From Bedford: The National Maple Syrup Festival is ap- Kingma Greenhouse LLC
proximately 25 miles east and located on Burton’s Maple- 713 15th Ave. NW
wood Farm. Take U.S. Highway 50 East approximately 20 DeMotte, IN 46310 U-pick available.
miles. Turn south pn State Route 235 and travel 2 miles. 219-987-2424 1308 N. Halleck St. Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Turn right on McHargue Road then immediately turn left DeMotte, IN 46310
on Byarlay Knob Road. Take it all the way to the top and U-pick available. 219-987-3010 Located 2 ½ mi. west of SR 49 on SR 10 or 6 mi. east of
Burton’s Maplewood Farm is on the left. DeMotte on SR 10.
Apr. 1 through Dec. 24
Jul. 1 through Aug. 20 Mon.-Sat., seasonal hours. Closed on Sun. Call for specific
From Salem: The National Maple Syrup Festival is 25 min-
Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m. operation hours. Walstra Blueberries
utes north and located on Burton’s Maplewood Farm. Take
State Route 135 North 15 miles. Turn west on State Route I-65 to IN 2 Exit (Lowell), 5 mi. east to US 231. South over Located ½ mi. north of DeMotte, Ind. on US 231.
235 through the town of Medora. After leaving Medora Kankakee River, 1st road west, past river, go ½ mi. west on 6934 Heathcliff Dr.
travel 3 miles. Turns left on McHargue Road then immedi- 1400 N. Many other delicious blueberry food items Luedtke Blueberry Farms LLC DeMotte, IN 46310
ately turn left on Byarlay Knob Road. Take it all the way to available. 219-987-2045
the top and Burton’s Maple Farm is on the left!
From Bloomington: The National Maple Syrup Festival Ever’s Farm 725 E 1400 N Zylstra’s Blueberries
is 45 minutes south and located on Burton’s Maplewood Wheatfield, IN 46392
Farm. Take State Route 446 South 30 miles to U.S. 219-956-3356
Highway 50. Turn left/east on U.S. Highway 50 and go 10 13340 N 700 W Open daily 7 a.m.-6 p.m. 11881 W 1200 N
miles. Turn south on State Route 235 and travel 2 miles. DeMotte, IN 46310 DeMotte, IN 46310
Turn right on McHargue Road then immediately turn left 219-863-6082 Blueberries U-pick or ready-picked, please call ahead for 219-987-2061
on Byarlay Knob Road. Take it all the way to the top and U-pick available. email@example.com
Burton’s Maplewood Farm is on the left.
May through Jul. Rensselaer Farmers’ Market U-pick available.
This National Festival is always the first and second week- Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
end in March and is located two miles north of Medora, Courthouse Square Jul. 5 through Aug. 10
Ind. on Burton’s Maplewood Farm. These two weekends Rensselaer, IN 47978 Open at 7 a.m. Closed Sun.
offer something for everyone in the family. There’s a vari- Fritts Berry Farm 219-866-8353 Take I-65 to Exit 230 and turn west or take I-65 to Exit 240.
ety of fun-filled events, activities, live music and demon- 10301 N. State Road 10 Jun. through Sep. Turn east and follow signs to farm.
strations. All are sure to keep you entertained and coming DeMotte, IN 46310 Sat. mornings
back for more year after year! 219-987-2228
Roberts Tree Farm
Tourism Fun Fact Ag Fun Fact Arts Place Farmers’ Market
9977 N CR 25 E In 2006, spending by visitors to Indiana Each of the 30,000 dairy cows at Fair 131 E. Walnut St.
Oaks Farm produces almost 10 gallons Portland, IN 47371
Seymour, IN 47274 generated $125.9 million in local tax 866-539-9911
revenue. of milk per day, which is enough fluid
milk to supply all the citizens of firstname.lastname@example.org
You-cut Christmas trees!
Chicago with milk each year. Open every Sat. 2 p.m.-5 p.m.
Holly Pines Christmas Tree Farm Madison Vineyards Estate Winery - Bed & Jennings County Greenwood Farmers’ Market
Breakfast Greenwood Public Library parking lot
Clark’s Berry Farm Greenwood, IN 46142
2783 E 600 N
Bryant, IN 47326 1456 E 400 N www.GEOCITIES.com/Greenwood/Farmersmarket
260-997-6619 Madison, IN 47250 Apr. 28 through Oct. 13
2505 N 600 W
812-273-6500 Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
email@example.com North Vernon, IN 47265
www.madisonvineyards.com 812-392-2767 Jun. through Sep.
We are located just outside of Adams County. 2 miles east firstname.lastname@example.org
of US 27 on 600 N. email@example.com Wed. 2:30 p.m.-6 p.m.
Open daily 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Portland Farmers’ Market Madison Vineyards’ 37 acres, located five miles north of Kelsay Farm Tours, LLC
the Ohio River, are ideally situated for grape growing and May through Oct.
Jay County CES office Courthouse Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. 6848 N 250 E
currently produce white, red and blush wines in dry and off-
20 W. Main St. Whiteland, IN 46184
dry styles. A large deck affords guests a sweeping view of
Portland, IN 47371-2116 Located off Hwy. 50 between Seymour and North Vernon, 317-535-4136
the grassy picnic area, outdoor stage and surrounding hills.
260-726-4809 Free tasting of wines and weekend tours of the vineyard turn north onto 580 W go 4/10 mi. to Base Rd., turn right www.kelsayfarms.com
firstname.lastname@example.org and winery are available. Wine- related items are sold in the and go 1/10 mi. to 600 W. Turn left and go 2 ½ mi. to email@example.com
tasting room. A bed & breakfast opened in Jul. 2005 offer- farm. Kelay Farms is located in Whiteland, Ind. between Tracy and
May through Mid-Nov. ing guests overnight lodging in the heart of the vineyard. Worthville Rds.
Wed. and Sat. 6:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Strawberries: Memorial weekend Mid-Jun., Sweet corn:
Handicap accessible. Mid-Jul.–Aug. Pumpkins: Oct. We supply picking containers.
Fri. 1 p.m.-7 p.m. Directions from the north: I-65 South to exit 99 (Green-
Thomas Family Winery wood exit). Turn east and proceed to the 4-way stop. Turn
Stream Cliff Herb Farm, Tearoom and Winery south, follow until road T’s (CR 750 N). Turn east and go to
Jefferson County first crossroad (CR 250 E). Turn south on 250 E. The farm
is approximately 3/4 mi. on west side of the road. The 4th
208 E. 2nd St.
8225 S 90 W driveway will lead to the main office and parlor - the barn is
Goley’s Orchard Madison, IN 47250
812-273-3755 Commiskey, IN 47227 white with dark green trim.
2241 Clifty Dr. 812-346-5859
Madison, IN 47250 www.thomasfamilywinery.com Directions from the south: I-65 North ro exit 95 (Whiteland
812-273-1487 exit). Turn east and proceed to the 4-way stop. Turn north,
Open daily, call for hours. Apr. through Mid-Oct. and take this road to the first road on the left (CR 600 N).
Family orchard with choice fruit in season.
Wed.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Turn west on 600 N and go to the 2nd right (CR 250 E). Turn
The winery’s pub-style decor will evoke a feel of the past Sun. Noon-5 p.m. north on 250 E and the farm is approximately 3/4 mi. on the
Lanthier Winery in this rehabilitated stable and carriage house (circa 1855)
Tearoom and winery hours are Wed.-Sat. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and west side of the road. Take 1st driveway - the main office
just two blocks from the Ohio River. Steve and Elizabeth
Sun. Noon-4 p.m. and the parlor are in the white barn with dark green trim.
Thomas will tour the cellar with you and pour more than a
half-dozen wines to taste free. The dry white wines deliver We are located ½ mi. east of SR 3 on Commiskey Rd. in Join us this fall for our annual “Experience the Farm” event.
123 Mill St. Indiana (turn on road opposite of Commiskey Corner Store). Bring the whole family to enjoy many new attrations! We
bright fruit flavors. The Rio Red has berry and herb quali-
Madison, IN 47250 We are approximately in the middle of a triangle between
ties. Balancing the wine list are semi-dry wines including have a 5-acre corn maze, corn crip play area, cornhole
Indiana’s first Welsh-style cider, Gale’s Hard Cider. Ample Louisville, Cincinnati, and Indianapolis. From I-65 take the games, straw play area, pumpkin sling shot, Moo Choo train
www.lanthierwinery.com indoor seating, gourmet items/food and banquet facilities Uniontown Exit #41 then left at SR 3, ½ mi. east of 850 S. and more!
firstname.lastname@example.org available. Handicap accessible. The winery is open on the weekends until Christmas and by
Wed.-Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. appointment during the winter.
Get away without going out of your way. Visit a valley filled
with history, natural glory and taste. Find this respite in
the land where legends of settlers and explorers survive. Johnson County
Discover a quaint historic river town on the banks of
the wandering Ohio River. Experience ‘a far away feeling
close enough to taste. Discover Lanthier Winery. Outdoor Country Market Ag Fun Fact
seating, banquet facilities and specialty labels available. Tourism Fun Fact 5939 W. State Road 135 Indiana has more than 120 E85 public
Handicap accessible. Trafalgar, IN 46181
There are 36 wineries in Indiana and 812-597-0021 pumps and numerous biodiesel pumps
three wine trails. across the state to fill up your flex-fuel
Madison Farmers’ Market Farm market with Easter Bunny Barnyard and other events.
vehicle. Visit Indiana’s biofuels website
Around the Courthouse
at www.biofuelsindiana.com to find a
Madison, IN 47250
Franklin Farmers’ Market biofuels pump near you.
May 1 through Nov. 1
Johnson County Courthouse Square
Tue., Thu., and Sat. 6:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Franklin, IN 46131
Jun. 9 through Sep. 8
Sat. 8 a.m.-11 a.m.
Mallow Run Winery The Apple Works Knox County Prairie Acres
Apple Hill Orchard
6964 W. Whiteland Rd. 14387 N Old 41
Bargersville, IN 46106 8157 S 250 W Oaktown, IN 47561
317-422-1556 Trafalgar, IN 46181 6235 N. Ford Rd. 812-745-3207
317-878-9317 Bruceville, IN 42612 email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org www.apple-works.com 812-324-9010 Jul. 1 through Oct. 31
email@example.com U-pick available. 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Open daily, Noon-6 p.m. Located 20 mi. north of Vincennes and 20 mi. south of Sul-
U-pick available. Jul. through Oct.
Located on Whiteland Rd., 2 mi. east of SR 37 and 10 mi. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. livan on north side of Hwy 41.
west of I-65. Apr. through Christmas Eve
Open daily 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Nov. through Dec. Popcorn and 15 varieties of watermelon available! We also
Join us, the Richardson family, and sample a variety of fine 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Closed Sun. have candles, cookbooks, crafts and gourmet foods.
wines in our historic nineteenth century timber-frame barn From SR 135 go east on SR 252 in Trafalgar. Right on 300
built by our ancestor, George Mallow. For over 170 years our W for 4 mi. left on 750 S, right on 250 W. Located 5 mi. north of Vincennes on US 41 (Camp Arthur 1
mi. sign). Ramsey Orchard
fields have produced an abundance of food and grains, and Gardens, nature trail, farm animals and playground also
now grapes also thrive in the deep fertile soils. Relax in front available. A banquet room is available for parties, showers and recep-
of a glowing fireplace or take in views of the vineyards and tions. 6139 S. Ramsey Orchard Rd.
rolling farmland from our spacious deck. Come and enjoy
the place our family has called home for six generations.
Whiteland Orchard Monroe City, IN 47557
Historic Vincennes Farmers’ Market 812-743-2131
Second & Busseron St. Take SR 61 1 ½ mi. south of Monroe City and 9 mi. north of
5559 N. Graham Rd. Vincennes, IN 47591 Petersburg.
Nettles Christmas Tree Farm Whiteland, IN 46184 812-882-5162 Apples, drying flowers, fruit and vegetable juices, herbs,
Memorial Day Weekend through Oct. 31 jams and preserves grown and processed on-site.
Trafalgar, IN 46181 Apr. through Dec. Wed. and Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
317-933-3393 Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Sun.
Jan. through Mar. Entertainment on Saturdays. Windy Knoll Winery
firstname.lastname@example.org Fri. and Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
I-65 south of Indianapolis to Whiteland Exit turn west go to Knox County Farmers’ Market
845 Atkinson Rd.
S&E Produce and Flowers 4-way stop sign approximately 1 mi. then turn north off Route 7, Box 65 Vincennes, IN 47591
of Whiteland Rd., go approximately ½ mi. where market is Vincennes, IN 47951 812-726-1600
on the east side of the road. 812-769-3251
320 Griffith Rd. www.windyknollwinery.com
Greenwood, IN 46143 Spring is coming with bedding plants grown by us including Mid-May through Oct. email@example.com
317-881-2634 more than 30 varieties of tomato plants as well as vegetable Wed. and Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
plants and flowers including wave petunias. In summer we Open daily Noon-6 p.m.
www.sandegreenhouse.com offer fresh produce. In fall we have fresh harvested apples Join us for wine tasting. Specialty labels, gourmet items/
firstname.lastname@example.org Melon Acres
and press our own fresh cider. Samples are available. We food and outdoor seating also available. Buses welcome.
Tours available Apr. through May. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. by offer customized fruit baskets and shipping for gift baskets.
5388 E. Gauger Rd.
Business hours Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Franklin Farmers’ Market Oaktown, IN 47561 Kosciusko County
Our farm began in 1971 with corn and soybeans. In 2002 Franklin, IN 46131 812-745-4033
S&E Produce and Flowers was added to the farm business. www.franklinparks.org www.melonacres.com
S&E is a family-owned and operated business. We grow Alton & Treva Kuhns
flowers and vegetables for retail and wholesale customers.
We also sell at the Greenwood Farmers’ Market. We also sell asparagus salsa, asparagus guacamole, various
Jun. 9 through Sep 8.
jams, jelly spreads, assorted pickled products, honey and 7394 W 850 N
Sat. 8 a.m. - 11 a.m.
syrups. Also available are Melon Acres T-shirts. Locally- Etna Green, IN 46524
Stout’s Melody Acres grown tomatoes and peaches when available. 260-768-8199, ext. 2023
1169 N. State Road 135 Ag Fun Fact Grass-fed chickens (dressed).
Franklin, IN 46131
Apr. through Oct. 31
Conservation has always been a part of
Sun. 11 a.m.-6 p.m., farming. You can see how Indiana
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. farmers are taking their conservation 2697 East State Road 61 Tourism Fun Fact
practices to a new level on the ISDA Vincennes, IN 47591
Visitors spend more than $10 billion in
Taylor’s Farm Market New Ag Culture video posted on You 812-882-5928
Indiana each year.
2434 E 750 N Tube. (And before you watch, get Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Whiteland, IN 46184 comfortable and pop some home-grown Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
317-881-9611 Indiana popcorn!) SR 61 southeast of Vincennes.
Farm fresh produce stand.
Benedict’s Nursery Eagle Creek Farms Market LLC Hawley Farms L&K Produce
5623 W 1300 N 2302 E. Center St. 5027 S 50 W 11283 N 650 W
Nappanee, IN 46550 Warsaw, IN 46580 Claypool, IN 46510 Nappanee, IN 46550
574-773-2254 574-269-4708 574-566-2404 574-773-4552, ext. 2
May through Sep. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org May through Jul.
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dry-aged, flash frozen all-natural beef, canned all-natural Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. and Sun. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
From the north stoplight in Milford on SR 15, west 5 mi. on beef available year round at Eagle Creek Farms Market. Call to confirm hours or to make an after hours appoinment. From Nappanee: go south on SR 19 2 ¾ mi. to Moore Rd.,
east on Moore Rd. 1 ½ mi to 650 W. We are ¼ mi. south
1250 N to tee. Go north ½ mi. on 500 W. and west ½ mi. on
County Farm Rd. 5 mi. south of Warsaw to Hoppus Rd. on 650 W. From Warsaw: go north on SR 15 to 900 N.,
1300 N. Back lane on the south side of the road. Ed Boggs Farms then west to 625 W., north on 625 W to tee, jog ¼ mi.
Turn right on Hoppus and go ½ mi. to 50 W. Turn left on 50
We have a very large selection of plants including hostas, W and Hawley Farms is the first house on right. west to 650 W on 1000 N. We are located 1 ¼ mi. north
daylilies, dwarf evergreens, alpines and trees. Come and on 650 W.
We are five miles south of Warsaw. Our beef and pork
visit our display gardens. 4179 S. Country Club Rd. are given no steroids or hormones. It is sold by the piece, Big Beef Tomatoes are planted directly into the soil in a
Warsaw, IN 46580 quarter, half or whole. greenhouse without artificial light. It is a regular garden
574-267-3792 type tomato that is available earlier in season and is pes-
Bishop Farms ticide and fungicide free. Sold at the farm. Call ahead for
1865 W 700 N email@example.com Hoosier Bison larger orders and availability.
Leesburg, IN 46538 Call for hours. No Sun. sales. 4498 E. Defreese Rd.
574-453-4499 Lee Beer Farms, Inc.
South on County Farm Rd. to 400 S. Turn left at the first Syracuse, IN 46567
574-551-7432 10398 N 425 W
firstname.lastname@example.org stop sign (1 mi.) turn right. 2nd farm on the right.
Milford, IN 46542
Pumpkins in the fall & freezer beef Jul. through Dec. Whole wheat flour, rye flour, oat flour, and corn meal also 10,000 pounds of Bison meat anually. 574-658-9109
Deatsman Farms K&K Soy Products
Barley straw - 35 pound bales for large ponds and mini
Ferrin’s Fruit Winery Lake City Tasting Room 7132 S 1300 W bales or mesh bags for backyard ponds.
119 E. Center Street Mentone, IN 46539
1172 E. Armstrong Rd. Warsaw, IN 46580 574-353-7398
Leesburg, IN 46538 Nature’s Way Farm
574-453-4470 email@example.com 6701 N 900 W
Etna Green, IN 46524
Please call ahead. Please call for directions. 1-800-570-3782 ext. 0543
Located 1 ¼ mi. east of Leesburg on Armstrong Rd. Grandpa’s Farm Market We offer 100 percent soybean wax candles, soybean hand
North off US 30 to 800 W to 640 N. Go west to 900 W
Angus and Limousin freezer beef typically available Feb. and body lotions, soybean lip balms, soybean based plaque
and trophy bases. Candles and lotions are available year and north ¾ mi. to west side of road.
through Jun. Growth implants not used.
round. Sweet corn is available in white and yellow varieties We offer all natural 100 percent grass-fed beef and
8689 W SR 25 Jul. through Aug. Our beef is sold by halves or whole. Call open-range poultry. We raise poultry by order and beef is
Mentone, IN 46539
DMT Enterprises for availability. Products are sold at the farm (please call sold as available (first come first serve). Poultry is picked
574-353-7228 first), the farmers’ market and craft shows.
7258 W 800 N up at the farm. Beef can be delivered for a fee. Call for
Nappanee, IN 46550 U-pick available. availability.
574-453-7273 Varies with season - call for times. Kosciusko County Farmers’ Market
Please call for directions. Located 2 mi. east of Mentone on SR 25 or 8 mi. west of West side of the Warsaw Fairgrounds Neibert Produce & Berries
Warsaw on SR 25. Warsaw, IN 46580
Freezer beef, Squirrel corn, straw available mid-summer to
late fall and sold at the farm. Please call for availability. May 2 through Oct. 31
Home grown beef, corn, green beans, cabbage, cucumbers, Mon. and Wed. 2:30 p.m.-5 p.m. 5229 N 475 E
tomatoes, potatoes, pumpkins, muskmelons and Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon Leesburg, IN 46538
Doug & Michelle Mayhew strawberries. 574-834-7518
Ag Fun Fact
4500 S. Scott Rd. 7:30 a.m.-Noon and 3 p.m.-6 p.m.
Claypool, IN 46510 As first nationally in low-fat ice cream Southwest corner of Armstrong Rd. and 475 E.
574-491-3407 production and second in ice cream Tourism Fun Fact
Asparagus (Apr.), strawberries (Jun.), black Raspberries
firstname.lastname@example.org production, Indiana is very grateful to Over one-third (35%) of visitors to (Jul.), blueberries (Jul.), sweet corn (Jul.). U-pick for straw-
Greens, potatoes, beans, tomatoes, hot peppers and peas. Dolley Madison and Nancy Johnson. Indiana are families with young children. berries and red raspberries. Call ahead for availability from
Sold at the farm and the farmers’ market. Dolley Madison is credited with 9 a.m. - 6 or 7 p.m.
inventing ice cream. Nancy Johnson is
credited with inventing the ice cream
freezer. (Mindless Food Trivia and
Premium Pastured Poultry Teel Orchard Vic Virgil Wilmot Milling Company
2978 S. State Road 5-57
Pierceton, IN 46562
7394 W 850 N 11812 W 600 S 2370 N. Fox Farm Rd.
Etna Green, IN 46524 Mentone, IN 46539 Warsaw, IN 46580
574-646-2095 574-353-8186 574-253-1085 www.localharvest.org/member/M5383
email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Call for hours.
Call for appointment.
U-pick available. A 160-year-old water-powered gristmill and grain farm.
Open range chickens and turkeys available. Fed natural Mid-Aug. through early Nov.
8 a.m.-8 p.m. Fresh stone-ground organic flours and meals, baking mixes
grain, mixed on farm. Processed on farm. Real tender and Mon.-Fri. 2 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
juicy. Lots of flavor to stew, bake and grill. Sat. and Sun. Noon-6 p.m. Strawberries locally-grown at the farm. U-pick available by and Indian corn cornmeal available.
phoning 574-253-1085. Also available at farmers’ markets
South of Mentone on SR 19, 2 mi. to 600 S then west .8 mi. at the fairgrounds in Warsaw, Jun. 1 through Jul. 10.
Season’s Harmony Farm to sign. Wise Family Farm
5082 S. State Road 13 We are a third generation family-owned business that is a Virgil Farm
Pierceton, IN 46562 pleasant 15 minute drive from Warsaw. 7817 S 1000 W
574-594-2687 Claypool, IN 46510
email@example.com The Farm 2379 N. Fox Farm Rd. 574-353-7188
Warsaw, IN 46580
Located 3 mi. south of Pierceton on SR 13. 574-253-1085 Located 1 mi. east of Mentone on SR 25 to 1000 W. Go
south 3 ½ mi. on the west side of the road.
Canned and freezer beef, hay, firewood and 4-H calves. 2299 N. Fox Farm Rd. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please call for availability of beef. Hay, calves and firewood Warsaw, IN 46580 Fresh frozen pork: chops, ribs, bacon, sausage, brats, ham
available in Oct. 574-269-2428 (boneless, bone-in, steak slices, shaved ground), pork burg-
No Sunday sales. ers, bacon burgers, snack sticks, summer sausage, bone-
email@example.com From US 30 and SR 15 travel 2 mi. to 200 W, turn south less roasts (original, lemon-pepper, mesquite), Italian, Cajun
Slater’s Fruit House
U-pick available. or left and travel to Fox Farm Rd., turn west (right) on Fox or Breakfast links. Packages, whole or half hogs. Roaster
Farm Rd. to farm (¼ mi.). hogs available. Packaged beef, whole, half or quarter.
Early Jul. through Labor Day
Strawberries (Jun. 10 through Jul. 10) planted in black Chickens cut-up or whole.
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sat. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. plastic and irrigated for maximum flavor and sold at the farm
105 S. Main St. and the farmers’ market. Delivery available upon request.
Sidney, IN 46566 All of the produce that we sell has been grown by us on our
260-839-2755 residence “The Farm.” Ag Fun Fact
8 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. The Olde Farmhouse The Indiana Grain Buyers and
South 8 mi. of Pierceton on SR 13 Warehouse Licensing Agency was
9536 W 900 S
Claypool, IN 46510 established in 1975 to reduce risk to
Slater’s Fruit House is a family-owned business that special- 238 N. State Road 13
izes in locally-grown produce as well as Christmas trees. Pierceton, IN 46562
574-353-1132 Indiana grain producers. In 2008 it was
Wreaths and garland also available. 574-268-7745 firstname.lastname@example.org the first grain agency in the country to
9 a.m.-5 p.m. “go green” and pilot new software
Sommers Angus Farm Willow Creek Farm (e-Zam) for a paperless auditing
We sell: beef, pork, eggs, take orders for free range chick-
9414 S 200 W en’s, Thanksgiving turkeys, noodles, bread, cakes, ground system.
Silver Lake, IN 46982 horseradish, cherries, strawberries, black raspberries and in
574-566-2522 season produce. Available at the farm or Kosciusko County 10265 S 400 E
Farm Market. Claypool, IN 46510
We offer 100 percent grain-fed Angus freezer beef available email@example.com
year round and sold by whole, half or quarters. Orders are Turkey Creek Alpacas, LLC
taken. Delivery available. 12990 N 200 W Willow Creek Farm offers a variety of produce including
Milford, IN 46542 beans, beets, broccoli, cabbage, chard, cucumbers, eggplant,
574-658-5572 greens, kale, kolhrabi, leeks, lettuces, onions, scallions, peas,
peppers, radishes, shallots, summer squashes, 30 kinds of
firstname.lastname@example.org tomatoes, and tomatillo. We also offer herbs, flowers and
Open Sun. and Mon. 1 p.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment only.
Ag Fun Fact
We breed and sell quality huacaya alpacas. We also offer
Nationally, farmers’ markets have alpaca yarn and finished products in our on-site farm shop.
grown by more than 18 percent since
Tourism Fun Fact
1994. The economic impact of the tourism
industry on the State of Indiana is
$10.36 billion annually.
LaGrange County D’Vine Gallery Juniper Hill Nursery Topeka Seed & Stove
514 E. Lake St.
Topeka, IN 46571
“B” Honey .O.
P Box 190 6640 E 500 S 260-593-2407
Shipshewana, IN 46565 Wolcottville, IN 46795
260-768-7110 260-351-3775 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Corn and wood-burning stoves and heating equipment.
2260 N 1000 W
Shipshewana, IN 46565 Herbs and perennial plants. Yarn and fiber, wreaths and garlands Kurtz Produce/Greenhouse
574-642-1145 available. Yoder Meat & Cheese
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 5700 W 400 S
Honey and honey wax candles, produce and gifts. FD Miller Feeds Topeka, IN 46571 435 S. Van Buren St.
260-642-1331 Shipshewana, IN 46565
Clearspring Acres 9690 W 200 S
We offer organic and wholesale plants and produce.
Shipshewana, IN 46565 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
260-768-4837 Lacey’s Landscaping Hormone/steroid free beef, pork, lamb, chicken also grass
2050 S 300 W fed beef and buffalo meat.
LaGrange, IN 46761 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-12 p.m. 7260 S 420 E
260-593-2803 Wolcottville, IN 46795
Animal feeds, some flowers in spring
260-854-3298 Yoder Popcorn
Tue.-Sat. Times vary.
Grower for wholesale markets. Fools Hill Farm LaGrange Community Farmers’ Market
11490 E. State Road 120, P Box 195
.O. 7680 W 200 S
2575 S 00 EW
Topeka, IN 46571
Cook’s Bison Ranch Orland, IN 46776 LaGrange, IN 46761
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Jul. through Oct. Come and enjoy our popcorn, homemade noodles and apple
5645 E 600 S
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon butter.
Wolcottville, IN 46795
260-854-3297 10505 E 750 N
Howe, IN 46745 Nature Lane Greenhouse Yoder Produce
www.cooksbisonranch.com 260-367-2394 3855 W 600 S
Topeka, IN 46571
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. 4010 N 400 W
We offer wheat-ground flour products, jams, jellies, maple syrup, Shipshewana, IN 46565
We raise and sell our own buffalo meat and products. Tour
of the buffalo herds available. popcorn and gifts. Lake County
Seasonal spring and summer.
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Deutsch Kase Haus Honeyville Feed & Farm City of Crown Point’s Farmers’ Market
We sell bedding plants, trees and shrubs.
11275 W 250 N Main St. South of Courthouse Square
Middlebury, IN 46540 Crown Point, IN 46307
574-825-9511 9240 W 400 S Northside Home & Garden
3650 N. State Road 5 Jun. through Oct. 10
Topeka, IN 46571
Shipshewana, IN 46565 Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
The store and viewing area is open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 260-593-9943
Mon. through Fri. and 8 a.m.to 3 a.m. on Sat. Animal feeds also available. Vendors sell crisp produce, flowers, gourmet foods, candles
and a variety of products.
Watch skilled cheese makers practice their traditional art. Pumpkin Patch Produce Market
Deutsch Kase Haus has won numerous awards including Howe Farmers’ Market
the United States Cheese Makers Competition and the P Box 127
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World Cheese Makers Competition. See one the of world’s Howe, IN 46746
premier cheese makers right here in Indiana. Cheese is 1265 N. State Road 5 Only flex-fuel vehicles can run on E85.
normally made Mon. through Fri. May through Oct. Shipshewana, IN 46565 To confirm if your car is flex-fuel, a
Sat. 6 a.m.-Noon 260-768-3020 current listing is maintained by The
Ag Fun Fact Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition
Locally-grown produce. www.e85fuel.com/e85101/
Popcorn pops because of the moisture content inside the shell. Each kernel of corn consists flexfuelvehicles.php.
of a soft starch inside and a hard shell outside. As the kernel is heated, the moisture inside
the kernel expands, the soft starch is cooked, and it bursts the outer shell with a pop. The
2995 E 150 N
kernels must contain at least 13.5 percent water in order to explode. By the way, Indiana LaGrange, IN 46761
produced more than 220 million pounds of popcorn in 2007. 260-463-9963
County Line Orchard Jansen’s Michigan Fruit Market Inc. St. John’s Farmers’ Market Billy Boy’s Blueberry Barn
9600 Wicker Ave.
8100 E. Ridge Rd. St. John, IN 46373
200 County Line Rd. 219-365-6043 650 Freyer Rd.
Hobart, IN 46342
Hobart, IN 46342 Michigan City, IN 46360
219-947-4477 219-962-1224 www.stjohn.com 219-872-7477
www.countylineorchard.com Mar. through Dec. May through Oct.
8:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Sun. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. www.billyboysblueberrybarn.com
I-80/94 Exit Ripley St. south 2 mi. Community Outpatient Center parking lot. U-pick available.
We specialize in quality shipped-in and locally-grown fresh Jul. through Sep.
Aug. 31 through Oct. 31
fruit and vegetables. Custom made wreaths available. Daily 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Open daily Sun.-Thu. 8 a.m.-6 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 8 a.m.-9 Schererville’s International Market
I-94 to Michigan City Exit 40B, 1 mi. north to US 212, go
p.m. South parking lot at Redar Park
Johnson’s Farm Produce Schererville, IN 46375
right, 3 mi. to Freyer Rd. go left.
We are located 33 mi. southeast of Chicago. Exit 80/94 at
219-322-2211, ext. 326 Blueberries are available ready-picked or U-pick. Phone
Ripley, go south to Rte. 6, go east to County Line Rd., turn
ahead orders accepted. We have a large variety of blue-
right on County Line Rd. We are 1 mi. on the right hand 8960 E. Ridge Rd. www.schererville.org
berries. A large selection of blueberry preserves, spreads,
side. Hobart, IN 46342 email@example.com
syrups, plus local honey are also available. On weekends
219-962-1383 Jun. 21 through Oct. 25 enjoy scrumptious blueberry pies and muffins.
County Line Orchard is family-owned and operated. We Thu. 3 p.m.-8 p.m.
offer apples, pumpkins, a farmers’ market, a Kid’s Farm, www.johnsonsfarmproduce.com
15-acre corn maze, haunted trail, grill barn, country store and firstname.lastname@example.org Blank’s Nursery & Garden Center
kitchen with some of the best homemade apple cinnamon U-pick available.
donuts in Lake County. Enjoy hay and wagon rides, our
Mar. through Jun. LaPorte County 0448 E 500 S
animal farm and face painting for the kids. LaPorte, IN 46350
Open daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Alger Acres Blueberries 219-393-5414
I-80/94 Exit Ripley St. south go to the 2nd stop light. Turn
Crown Point Farmers’ Market left. ½ mi. on north side of road. U-pick available.
Greater Crown Point Chamber By appointment call between 9 a.m. and 8:30 p.m.
U-pick strawberries during the month of Jun. 2056 W 1000 N
P Box 343
.O. LaPorte, IN 46350 We are a conservation nursery. We sell tree seedlings,
Crown Point, IN 46307 Lake Michigan Winery 219-326-8777 trees, Christmas trees and decorations. We also carry game
219-663-1800 birds, game fish and nursery equipment.
www.crownpointguide.com Bailey’s Christmas Trees Blue Sky Berry Farm
email@example.com Calumet Ave.
Whiting, IN 46394
Jun. through Oct. 219-659-9463
Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon 5344 W 900 S
15552 S 1050 W
www.lakemichiganwinery.com Union Mills, IN 46382
Wanatah, IN 46390
Ewen’s Farm Market 219-733-2416
4767 E. 61st Ave. 1 p.m.-7 p.m.
Beachside Garden Center www.blueskyberryfarm.com
Hobart, IN 46342 firstname.lastname@example.org
219-947-4878 Wine tasting, specialty labels, gourmet items/food and U-pick available.
outdoor seating available. Handicap accessible. 3725 E. U.S. Highway 12 Jul. 4 through Mid-Aug.
Michigan City, IN 46360 Daily 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
May 1 through Oct. 31 Mowry’s Fruit Farm 219-879-8878
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Take US 30 east (approximately 7 mi. past Valparaiso), turn
www.beachsidegardens.com south onto US 421, go 3 mi. and you will see our sign on the
I-65 to 61st Ave. east towards Hobart. Go through 2 stop- email@example.com right. Turn right (west) onto 1500 S, go to stop sign and turn
lights and a flashing light to the stop sign, turn right. 2411 E. 109th Ave. left onto 1050 W, go ½ mi. and you will see us on the right.
Crown Point, IN 46307 Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
219-663-4782 Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Delicious fresh blueberries, U-pick or ready-picked. Phone
Highland Parks & Recreation Dept. Farmers’ orders accepted. Restrooms available.
www.apples2pick.com Specializing in Dunes Landscape. We produce bedding
Market plants, hanging baskets/containers and one of the largest
Corner of Kennedy & Highway Ave. U-pick available. selections of perennials in the area. Water garden supplies,
Highland, IN 46322 Mid-Aug. through Oct. 31 Rhododendrons, Azaelas and gifts. Holland bulbs for spring Ag Fun Fact
www.highlandparks.org Tue.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Mon. and fall planting.
Indiana ranks fourth nationally in
firstname.lastname@example.org Take I-65 to the Crown Point Exit #247. Go east on SR 231 cantaloupe production and sixth in
Jun. 16 through Oct. 13 toward Hebron to the flashing yellow light. Turn left onto Iowa
St. Go approximately 2 ½ mi. through the 4-way stop to the watermelon production. Indiana has
Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
farm entrance just before the red building. 58,800 farms with an average farm size
of 255 acres covering 15 million acres
Blue Spruce Alpacas Cedar Hill Gardens Egolf Christmas Trees, Inc. Goin’s Blueberry Lane
6276 W. Bleck Rd.
LaPorte, IN 46350
219-874-5581 0153 W 1000 N 14594 S 700 W 3340 S 750 W
LaPorte, IN 46350 Wanatah, IN 46390 Wanatah, IN 46390
www.alpacanation.com/bluespruce.asp 219-778-4400 219-733-2143 574-896-2283
Fall barn sale featuring homegrown fall Yoder Prophet Mums. www.egolfchristmastrees.com U-pick available.
By appointment only. email@example.com
Open daily 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Alpacas are truly a “huggable investment” and a wonderful Clayton’s U-pick available.
way of life. We are a family operation, sharing in both the Eleven varieties opening Mid-Jun. through Aug. with ready-
care and joy of these marvelous creatures. We would love to Open daily 7 a.m.-5 p.m. pick or U-pick available. Large picnic area. Phone orders are
have you stop by for a visit. Located 3 mi. east of Wanatah on US 30 and 2 ½ mi. south accepted and walk-ins always welcome.
9833 W 300 N
Open house in Oct. Michigan City, IN 46360 on 700 W.
219-326-0286 Bring the family and search well-kept fields for the perfect Guse Christmas Trees
Blueberries of Indiana www.localharvest.org/farms/M16983 tree. Let us shake and bale it at no charge. Enjoy compli-
mentary sassafras tea on the weekends. In business since
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment. 1955. Wreaths and garlands also available. 14685 S 600 W
A mother-daughter business offering fresh produce preserved Wanatah, IN 46390
2388 W 1000 N 219-733-9346
LaPorte, IN 46350 goods, organic heirloom fruits and vegetables and herbs. Gar- Fischer’s Pumpkin Patch
219-326-8686 den-related classes and demonstrations also available. www.gusechristmastrees.com
www.blueberriesofindiana.com 2400 N. Fail Rd.
Coulter’s Farm Produce Nov. 1 through Dec. 23
U-pick available. LaPorte, IN 46350
219-362-8661 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Jul. 4 through Labor Day
Open daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. 5433 S. U.S. Highway 421 www.fischerfarmguesthouse.com From Chicago: I-80/90 E to the Chesterton Exit (Hwy 49 S),
Westville, IN 46391 firstname.lastname@example.org Hwy 49 S to Plymouth Exit (US Hwy 30 E), US Hwy 30 east
Located on 1000 N just 4 mi. from the New Buffalo, Mich., to Wanatah (intersection of US 30 & 421), and continue on
219-785-2406 Daily 9 a.m.-Dark
LaPorte, Ind. Exit of I 94. This is Exit 1 in Michigan and US 30 for 4 more mi. to 600 W. Right on 600 W 2 ½ mi. to
about 65 mi. east of Chicago. www.coultersproduce.com From Hwy. 80 Chicago to Iowa Exit on the La Porte junction farm.
Quality blueberries since 1948. Continuously evaluating the Apr. through May and pass through the toll booth. At the tee junction, turn
Come and cut or dig a Douglas or Fraser Fir, Scotch, White
newest and bestvarieties. U-pick and ready- picked 8 a.m.-6 p.m. right. At the crossroads and traffic lights turn right, and turn
Pine or Blue Spruce. Enjoy horse-drawn wagon rides and
available. Shaded picnic area. Blueberries promote good right onto N. Fail Rd. Continue down N. Fail.
Mid-Jul. through Oct. Santa visits every weekend. Train and pony rides. Wreaths
health! Family-owned and operated. Farm fresh sweet corn, picked
8 a.m.-6 p.m. w/hay ride starting at 10 a.m. and garland. Gift and snack shop.
fresh daily. Pumpkins, corn maze, gourds and Indian corn for
Oct. weekends only.
Blueberry Dune Farm fall. Season approximately Aug. through Oct.
Located on US 421 ½ mi. south of Westville and south of the
Guse Corn Maze
toll road and 94. Garwood Orchard & Farm Market
10352 N. State Road 39 Make our family tradition yours. Asparagus and bedding 14685 S 600 W
LaPorte, IN 46350 plants in spring, sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers and cab- Wanatah, IN 46391
219-324-6335 bage in summer. Fall squash, Indian corn and mums Mid-Sep. 219-928-5966
email@example.com Weekend hay rides and corn maze. Pick your own pumpkins
5911 W 50 S www.gusechristmastrees.com
U-pick available. LaPorte, IN 46350 firstname.lastname@example.org
Jul. through Aug. 219-362-4385
Oct. 1 through Oct. 31
Dudeck’s Pine Country www.garwoodorchard.com Fri. 4 p.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Spring and fall by appointment. From Chicago: I-80/90 east to the Chesterton Exit (Hwy.
9255 N 300 E U-pick available. 49 S). Take Hwy. 49 south to Plymouth Exit (US Hwy. 30 E),
Located 1 mi. south of I-94 Exit 1, near New Buffalo.
Rolling Prairie, IN 46371 Apr. through Dec. US Hwy. 30 east to Wanatah (intersection of US 30 & 421).
Blueberries for you to pick or buy fresh-picked, plus local 219-778-4805 Continue on US 30 for 4 more mi. to 600 W. Right on 600 W
honey and jams. Farm is Indiana wetlands prairie with wooded Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Closed on major holidays. 2 ½ mi. to farm.
trails, picnic area and primitive camping available. email@example.com
Located near LaPorte, Ind., approximately 75 minutes east Get lost in a seven-acre corn maze. Kids activities, picnic
Come and take a hay wagon ride on our beautiful 80-acre
of downtown Chicago, Ill. and 50 minutes west of downtown area, bonfires, pumpkin train and pumpkin patch. Haunted
Burek Farm Christmas tree farm. We have Frazier, Douglas, and Concolor
corn maze every Sat. evening.
Fir, White Pine, Blue, White, and Black Hill Spruce. Free shak- South Bend, Ind.
ing and baling. Gift ship with free cider and coffee. Santa on Market and Bake Shoppe is open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
0381 E 400 S weekends. Apr.-Dec. The Market offers fresh fruits, vegetables, cider, Tourism Fun Fact
LaPorte, IN 46350
preserves, honey, candy, meats and more. The Bake Shoppe
219-393-5080 Nearly half (42%) of all travelers are
offers homemade pies, muffins, crepes, turnovers, cheese-
firstname.lastname@example.org cakes, donuts and more. U-pick is open daily 9 a.m.-5 p.m. visiting friends and family when they
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Jun. through Jul. for strawberries and raspberries and in Sep. come to the Indiana.
and Oct. for apples, pumpkins and raspberries.
We also offer Indian corn and fall mums.
H & H Flowers Sunkissed Organics Knapp’s Knee-High Miniature Horses Pavolka Fruit Farm Radke Orchards
7368 N 425 E
1066 S 400 W Rolling Prairie, IN 46371
219-778-4344 1776 N. Wozniak Rd. 8999 W 200 N
LaPorte, IN 46350
Michigan City, IN 46360 Michigan City, IN 46360
219-362-0490 Call for an appointment.
www.localharvest.org/farms/m17926 Come visit our friendly miniature horses, or have your child’s
U-pick available. www.radkeorchards.com
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Summer months call. available for purchase. Late Jun. through spring
Open everyday except Sun. morning.
Sep. 1 through Nov. 1 Labor Day through Oct. 31
9 a.m.-6 p.m. LaPorte Farmers’ Market Celebrating over 88 years, our family-owned orchard has Open daily 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Off Michigan Ave. by the Courthouse been here since 1920. Specializing in old variety apples
Located 1 mi. west of LaPorte fairgrounds. Easily accessible from I-94 and I-80/90.
LaPorte, IN 46350 (Transparent, Banana, Snow, Northern Spy). Also, cherries,
We are a family-owned business offering a variety of 219-362-8220 pears, plums, grapes, berries and pumpkins, all home grown. U-pick or ready-picked. Family-owned since 1894. Enjoy the
perennials and grasses for spring and summer plantings. day on our quiet country homestead. Call for details.
For the fall season we offer mums, straw, pumpkins, gourds Perennial Galore Greenhouse
and fall decorations. We use organic practices to the best of May through Oct. Rosey’s Berry Farm
our knowledge. Visit us at local farmers’ markets for tasty Sat. 7 a.m.-12 p.m.
organic herbs and produce including heirloom tomatoes. 5652 SR 4
Mark’s Farm Market & Greenhouses Mill Creek, IN 46365 1066 N 1150 W
219-369-9413 Michigan City, IN 46360
Huber Farms 219-874-2981
4374 W. U.S. Highway 20 Apr. through Jun.
Open daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. U-pick available.
LaPorte, IN 46350
4600 W. U.S. Highway 6 219-873-0624 Late May through Jun.
Largest walk through showroom in LaPorte County. Offering
Union Mills, IN 46382 Open daily 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
219-393-5080 www.marksfarmmarket.com over 700 varieties of perennials, hanging baskets, annuals,
email@example.com vegetable flats and potted plants. Located ½ mile west of Hwy. 421 on 100 N. Turn right on
firstname.lastname@example.org 1150 W. First farm on the left.
May through Jun.
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Peterson’s U-pick Strawberries We offer organically grown strawberries with U-pick or ready-
Sun. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. picked available. Come enjoy nature’s true pure strawberry
Enjoy our homegrown vegetables and blueberries. We also taste.
Jul. through Oct. 2343 N 450 E
have the best honey around. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Rolling Prairie, IN 46371 Sno-Man Christmas Trees
Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. 219-778-2037
Ken Williams Orchards Greenhouses open in late Apr. We grow bedding plants, pa- U-pick available.
tio pots, hanging baskets, perennials, vegetable plants and 9777 N 375 W
herbs. We grown tomatoes from heirloom to slicing to grape. Michigan City, IN 46360
9456 N 500 E We also grow summer squash, sweet corn, melons, new Prairie Hills Bison
LaPorte, IN 46350 potatoes, cabbage, cucumbers, pickles, broccoli, onions,
219-778-2839 gourds, mini pumpkins, Indiana corn and mums. The fruit we Stateline Blueberries
offer is locally-grown and includes strawberries, blueberries, 5899 E 1000 N
peaches, cherries, and apples. Homegrown vegetables Jul. LaPorte, IN 46350
through Oct. Christmas trees and wreaths in Dec.
U-pick available. 9957 N. Frontage Rd.
Michigan City, IN 46360
During peak season Michigan City Farmers’ Market Visitors welcome by appointment. Central time zone. 219-874-7721
8 a.m.-6 p.m. Located just north of Rolling Prairie. www.statelineblueberries.com
End of the season email@example.com
Experience a healthy alternative. Bison meat, hides and
9 a.m.-5 p.m. skulls also available. U-pick available.
Call for availability and hours for U-pick. Eighth and Washington
Michigan City, IN 46360 Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
219-363-1407 Sat.-Sun. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
We are located 5 mi. north of Rolling Prairie, Ind. on 500
E (LeMans Academy Rd.). From off of I-94: take Michigan www.mcmainstreet.com I-94E to Exit 40A. US 20E to Hwy. 39. Turn left onto Hwy.
39, go north (3.9 mi.) to 925N turn and go west (approx. 2
Exit 1 off of I-94 S to 1000 N and go east 6 mi. to the 2nd firstname.lastname@example.org Tourism Fun Fact mi.). Take the 1st turn right and follow road to farm.
stop sign. Turn south and go ¼ mi. Routes are well marked May through Oct.
with orchard signs. Sat. 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m. (or sell-out) Indiana wineries attract over 900,000 Ten varieties of blueberries located on over 30 acres. Buy
Season usually starts late Jul. and runs until the last of the visitors annually. jams, honey and maple syrup. A fun family tradition! Picnic
Sat. morning tradition in Michigan City’s historic downtown tables, U-pick or ready-picked (when available). Phone
crop is sold. for 14 years. Homegrown vegetables, fruits, flowers, jams orders recommended. Please visit our Web site for updates
and maple syrup in season. Fresh-baked goodies. Education- and picking conditions. Located four miles from the sandy
al programs, artists and local performing entertainers. shore of Lake Michigan.
Utopia Watergardens Bedford Farmers’ Market Elwood Farmers’ Market Pendleton Farmers’ Market
Courthouse Square 5106 W 400 S
Bedford, IN 47421 Pendleton, IN 46064
4944 W. U.S. Highway 20 812-279-9222 317-778-3762
LaPorte, IN 46350 Corner of South B and Anderson Streets at the Municipal
219-872-7663 May through Oct. Jun. through Mid-Oct.
Sat. 6 a.m.-1 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
www.utopiawatergardens.com Elwood, IN 46036
Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. email@example.com Smith Family Farms
Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Carousel Winery
Jul. through Sep. 7055 N 675 S
We offer personal consultation, design and instruction for Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon Pendleton, IN 46064
custom ponds, streams, waterfalls. Come see more than 765-778-8108
8987 State Road 37 S
100 varieties of aquatic plants and fish and are unusual and Bedford, IN 47421
extraordinary fountains. Fine garden art and gifts for the Grabow Orchard www.smithfamilyfarm.com
whole family. 6397 S. State Road 13
www.carouselwinery.com Pendleton, IN 46064 Open year round.
Williams Orchard firstname.lastname@example.org 765-534-3225 Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m., Sat. Noon-5 p.m.
Mon.-Fri. By appointment.
Jun. through Aug. www.graboworchard.com
9456 N 500 E Thu. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Take I-69 to SR 38 Exit. Go west on SR 38 to 675 W to 675
Jul. through Oct.
LaPorte, IN 46350 Fri. and Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. Noon-5 p.m. S. We’re the 2nd farm on the left.
Tue. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
219-778-2839 Open weekdays by appointment only. In Sep. and Oct., we
Call for Sep. through May hours.
www.laportecounty.net/williamsorchard offer Ag education for schools and groups.
Located between Bedford and Mitchell on Hwy. 37. New Day Meadery
Carousel Winery opened in August 2003 and is one of
Open daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Indiana’s newest vintners. Located in Bedford, Ind., Carousel South Main Street Fruit Market
701 S. Anderson St.
Located 5 mi. north of Rolling Prairie. opened with eight wine varieties including grape-based wines Elwood, IN 46036 11854 N. Kuhn Rd.
and fruit wines. The carousel theme is present on the winery’s 765-552-3433 Moreland, IN 47360-9601
Peaches, nectarines, Aug. through Sep., U-pick apples and labels; each wine is represented by a different carousel 765-642-6087
cider Sep. through Oct. www.newdaymeadery.com
character. Gourmet items/food and outdoor seating available.
White’s Tree Farm Seasonal Hours - First Fri. in May through Sun. before May through Oct.
Thanksgiving Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.,
Doty Orchard Fri.-Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
2788 S 425 W
LaPorte, IN 46350 Fri. after Thanksgiving through Dec. 29 53rd St. to Main St. and north 3 blocks.
219-362-2832 Open daily 11 a.m.-6 p.m. (closed Christmas)
Route 11, Box 477 Full-line of fresh produce.
Bedford, IN 47421
Take I-69 north to the SR 37 Exit (Exit #5, Noblesville). Take
SR 37 north for 24.8 mi. to SR 13. Turn Left (north) on SR 13 The Original Farmers’ Market
U-pick available. (which is called S. Anderson St. in town). Go 1.6 mi. to 701 S.
Lawrence County Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Anderson St. We are located on the east side of the road, on 2025 Hillcrest Dr.
the corner of S Anderson and S F St. Anderson, IN 46012
Located 5 mi. south of Washington on Hwy. 57. 765-649-2100
Applacres, Inc New Day Meadery offers a distinctive selection of limited
Nectarines also available. edition, small-batch meads created from the finest fresh fruit Jul. through Sep.
and raw honey Indiana has to offer. Working with small, Sat. 6 a.m.-11 a.m.
9104 Highway 37 family-owned farms gives us access to top quality ingredients, By the 109 Bypass.
Bedford, IN 47421 essential in providing you excellent tasting mead that can be
812-279-9721 Madison County enjoyed on its own or with a variety of fine foods.
Apple Barn Orchard
Ousley’s Harvest Gardens
Open all year. Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. 6256 W. Fall Creek Dr.
Call for Sep. through May hours. Pendleton, IN 46064
38th & Meridian St. Farmers’ Market
765-778-2869 115 S. Park Ave. Corner of 38th & Meridian St.
Located 3 miles south of Bedford on SR 37 across the road
Alexandria, IN 46001 Indianapolis, IN 46204
from Carousal Winery.
Ag Fun Fact 765-724-4306 317-924-2612
Applacres Inc., has been in business since 1937. See the Farmers’ Market May 25 through Oct. 31
2009 is the “Year of the Tomato,” Thu. 4 p.m.-6:30 p.m.
antique cider press on display in the main showroom. We also
offer sugar-free jellies and candies. presented by Red Gold, at the Indiana
State Fair! Come on out August 7-23,
2009 and “ketchup” on your tomato
Abundant Life Church Farmers’ Market Buck Creek Winery Easley Winery Locally Grown Gardens Personal Produce
7606 E. 82nd St. 1050 E. 54th St.
Indianapolis, IN 46256 Indianapolis, IN
11747 Indian Creek Rd. S. 205 N. College Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46259 317-255-8555
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Adrian Orchards, Inc. 317-962-9463 317-636-4516 email@example.com
www.buckcreekwinery.com www.easleywinery.com Mon.- Fri. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-8
firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com p.m.
500 W. Epler Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46217 Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-4 p.m. Located on E. 54th St. between College Ave. and Keystone
317-784-0500 Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. right on the Monon Trail.
From the west: Take I-70 East into downtown Indianapolis,
www.adrianorchards.com Located in the southeast corner of Indianapolis , on I-74, Ind. Exit at Washington Street. Turn left, west, on Washington
firstname.lastname@example.org within 1 mi. of Acton Rd. (Exit 99) and Pleasant View(Exit Original Farmers’ Market at the Indianapolis
St. at College Ave. (approximately 1/4 mile) turn right, north.
Mid-Jun. through Aug. 101). We are located at 205 N. College Ave. City Market
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-5 p.m.
We offer 4 acres of vineyard on 12.5 acres of farm land. Jeff 222 E. Market St.
Sep. through Dec. From the north: Take I-65 South into downtown Indianapolis, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Kelly Durm planted the first grape vines in 1991. Gour- Ind. and exit at Ohio St.. At the end of the exit ramp turn
met items/foods and specialty labels are available. Handicap 317-634-9266
Sun. Noon-6 p.m. right, north, immediately onto College Ave. North east corner
accessible. of College Ave. and Ohio St. www.indycm.com
Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-5 p.m. May 6 through Oct. 28
Copeland’s Family Farm Market From the south: Take I-65 North into downtown Indianapolis, Wed. 10 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
I-465 S to Exit #2B, US 31 S Turn right at 2nd light (Epler and Greenhouse Ind. Exit at Washington St. Turn left, west, on Washington St.
Ave.) west on Epler 1 ½ mi. At College Ave. (approximately 1/4 mile) turn right, north.
We are located at 205 N. College Ave.
Waterman’s Farm Market
Binford Farmers’ Market 7312 Copeland Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46259 Great Indiana wines and friendly staff are the reason people
Southwest corner of Binford Blvd. visit Easley Winery. Over 90 percent of our 24 award-win- 7010 E. Raymond St.
& E. 75th St. 317-862-1393 Indianapolis, IN 46239
ning wines come from grapes grown within 200 miles of the
Indianapolis, IN 46204 www.localharvest.org/farms/M21020 317-356-6995
winery, including our Indiana Champagne. We will teach you
317-849-5555 about the wines and help you find wines that you enjoy. The www.watermansfarmmarket.com
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
www.BinfordFarmersMarket.com tastings are always free and the free winery tours are avail- email@example.com
Located 2 mi. east of the County Line Rd. Exit off I-65.
able on the weekends starting at noon. Banquet facilities and U-pick available.
Jun. 2 through Oct. 13 The far south side of Indianapolis just east of Greenwood.
event packages available to meet all budgets. We also offer
Sat. 7:30 a.m.-11 a.m. May through Oct. Open daily.
Indiana products including: chocolates, syrup, jellies, cheeses
A family farm raising and selling our own fresh vegetables,
and more. Outdoor wine garden is open May through Sep. From I-465 on the southeast side of Indianapolis: take the
Broad Ripple Farmers’ Market bedding plants, house plants, and perennials as well as a wide
with free live music two days a week. Supplies for home Southeastern Ave. Exit, turn right (north) on Arlington Ave.,
variety of other produce from other growers. Morel mush-
1115 Broad Ripple Ave. vintners and brewers and knowledgeable support staff to turn right (east) after ¼ mi. on Raymond St., go 1 ½ mi. and
rooms in season are also available.
Indianapolis, IN 46204 answer your questions. Live music May through Sep. Free end at 7010 E. Raymond St.
317-299-7129 parking too!
Bring the whole family for a farmload of fun. Ready-picked
Cumberland Farmers’ Market produce,corn mazes and hay rides available. Also available for
firstname.lastname@example.org 11501 E. Washington St. Gardener’s Market birthday parties.
Cumberland, IN 46229
May 26 through Oct. 27 7501 Westfield Blvd.
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon www.town.cumberland.in.us Indianapolis, IN 46240
May 3 through Oct. 25 317-255-8288 Marshall County
We are located in the parking lot behind Broad Ripple High
School. Our market has a variety of vendors from produce, Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
flowers, cheese, honey, beef, lamb, poultry and dairy. Indianapolis Farmers’ Market Briar Patch Farm
4905 Allisonville Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-274-7746 1274 W. County Line Rd.
Ag Fun Fact Late Jun. through early Oct. Walkerton, IN 46574
Open daily 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
Agriculture adds $25 billion to Indiana’s www.briarpatchfarm.us
economy through farm, food and Irvington Farmers’ Market U-pick available.
forestry products. For every dollar in
Northwest corner of Ellenberger Park Located 1 mi. east of Walkerton on County Line Rd., north of
direct wages and income from farm, Indianapolis, IN 46204 US 6.
food and forest workers more than 2.5 A small hometown farm growing fresh fruits and vegetables
Jun. 2 through Oct. 14
times that amount flows into a local Sun. Noon-3 p.m. without synthetics or genetically modified organisms.
Culver Farmers’ Market Pickin Patch Watts Family Farms Garden Gate Greenhouse, Inc.
Culver Chamber of Commerce DBA SeaseScapes
P Box 129
Culver, IN 46511 2811 U.S. Highway 31 64261 Maple Rd.
574-842-2648 Plymouth, IN 46563 Lakeville, IN 46563 765-473-4992
Jun. through Labor Day Open Mar. through Oct.
Jun. through Late Aug. www.localharvest.org
Downtown Culver. email@example.com Mar.
Blueberries picked fresh daily. Also U-pick berries.
Call ahead any time. Mon.-Fri 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Felke Florist & Greenhouse Plymouth Farmers’ Market Apr. through Jun
We have grass fed beef, pastures raised chicken sold by
Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-6p.m.,Sat. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
halves or whole. We also have delicious farm raised pork. Hay
and sprouts also available. Jul. through Oct.
627 S. Michigan St. Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 8:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
Plymouth, IN 46563 Downtown Plymouth, Intersection of Garro and River
574-936-3165 Streets Always closed Sun.
Plymouth, IN 46563
www.felkeflorist.com 574-936-2323 Martin County Five miles south of Peru on State Road 19.
firstname.lastname@example.org We have 24 greenhouses with 65,000 feet under cover! In
Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-2 p.m. 2nd Sat. in May through 2nd Sat. in Oct. Lark Ranch addition we have display gardens, seeds, vegetable garden
7:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. plants, annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, trees, shrubs
Felke Florist is family-owned with a fifth generation green-
house and florist featuring poinsettas, geraniums, perennials and foliage.
and annuals. Wreaths, garlands, pillows and grave blankets Price Nurseries, Inc. 3145 Killion Mill Rd.
also available. Loogootee, IN 47553
McClure’s Tate Orchard and Apple Dumplin’
7880 King Rd.
Plymouth, IN 46563
Hampshire Herb Garden www.larkranch.com
Call for hours. U-pick available. 5054 N. U.S. 31
11870 11th Rd. Price Nurseries is a grower of quality nursery stock and com- Peru, IN 46970
Plymouth, IN 46563 Last 3 weekends in Sep. through last weekend in Oct.
plete with landscape design. 765-985-9000
574-936-9469 Fri. 4 p.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 12 p.m.-6 p.m.
email@example.com Sunny Meadow Farm Take 231 north from Loogootee about 4 mi. Take the 1st right Restaurant is open Apr. through Dec.
past the Moco Gas station, take your 1st left (about 1 mi.), Tue.-Thu 9 a.m.-4p.m., Fri-Sat. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-3
Open Apr. 15 through Jun. 15
the road will make a right turn. Stay on the black top, take p.m.
Producers of quality herbs and perennials. your 1st left past the one room school house. Turn left into Apple Barn and Christmas Room is open year around,
6112 20th Rd.
Argos, IN 46501 the farm at the silver barn. Mon.-Sat 9a.m.-5p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Kline’s Bison 574-498-6076 Corn maze, ready-picked produce, hay rides, wagon and pony
Located 5 miles north of Peru on U.S. 31.
Winter: Sat. rides available.
Summer: Fri. and Sat. We offer a year-around Christmas room, perennials, and gar-
2324 State Road 331
Bremen, IN 46506 Sunny Meadow Farm Cheese specializes in raw milk cheese den items, petting zoo, playground, two gift shops, a restau-
574-546-5335 made on the farm. Also grass feed beef, whey fed pork and Miami County rant, homemade apple dumplings, apples, apple butter, apple
natural produce brown eggs. slushies, honey, preserves, jams & jellies, pumpkins, gifts and
firstname.lastname@example.org home décor. Private parties and bus tours are welcome.
Evenings and weekends. Superb Horticulture and Pickin Patch
We raise buffalo and sell meat, heads, hides. Our meat
products consist of hamburger, steaks, roasts, jerky. Kline’s
2811 U.S. Highway 31
Route 1, State Road 19 Ag Fun Fact
Bison also has tours available. Denver, IN 46926
Plymouth, IN 47563 Jim Bristoe of Ellettsville, Ind., is
Pertics Blueberry Located 10 mi. north of Peru on SR 19. the owner and inventor of a pumpkin
Apples, apple butter, berries, no-sugar preserves, peaches,
launcher. His farm is not open to the
In season public. However, if you are lucky enough
other fruit, market products.
P Box 252
.O. Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Closed Sun.
to be at a site where he is launching
LaPaz, IN 46537 On the west side of the road on US 31. Look for the large
574-784-3331 pumpkins, Briscoe claims that if a field
“Pickin’ Patch” billboard. is open enough, he can launch a
pumpkin over a mile reaching speeds
Seasonal Tourism Fun Fact twice as fast as a jet plane.
8 a.m.-5 p.m.
The tourism industry supports over
Pertics Blueberry are producers of quality blueberries.
Ready-picked also available. 270,000 jobs in Indiana.
Oak Hill Winery Monroe County Butler Winery “In-Town” Tasting Room Freeman Family Farms
Bloomingfoods East Farmers’ Market 1022 N. College Ave. 6220 S. Victor Pike
111 E. Marion St.
Converse, IN 46919 3220 E. 3rd St. Bloomington, IN 47404 Bloomington, IN 47404
765-395-3632 Bloomington, IN 47404 812-339-7233 812-824-3276
www.oakhillwines.com www.butlerwinery.com www.freemanfamilyfarms.com
email@example.com www.bloomingfoods.coop firstname.lastname@example.org
Jun. through Dec. May 16 through Oct. 31
Oct. Sat. 10 a.m.-Dark, Sun. 2 p.m.-Dark
Wed. and Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
Open daily 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Butler Winery & Vineyard Corn maze great fun for the whole family and enjoyed by
Jan. through May young and old! We also have other veggies in season with our
Sat. and Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. Bloomington Community two main items, tomatoes and pumpkins.
The Oak Hill Winery is located in Converse, Ind. on State
Farmers’ Market 6200 E. Robinson Rd.
Bloomington, IN 47408
Route 18 between US 31 and I-69, near Marion and Kokomo. 401 N. Morton St. Hoosier Honey
Oak Hill, owned by Rick and Betty Jo Moulton, opened in Bloomington, IN 47404
July 2000. 812-349-3704 www.butlerwinery.com
email@example.com 4297 E. Farr Rd.
www.bloomington.in.gov/parks Bloomington, IN 47408
The winery is the result of a hobby taken to the next level. Wed.-Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
The wineries first offerings include wines made from Indiana-
grown grapes and fruit, plus fruit from surrounding states. Jun. through Sep. Since 1983, the Butler Winery has strived to produce high www.hoosierhoneyintl.com
The winery is situated in an 1894 carriage house. Tasting and Tue. 3 p.m.-6 p.m. quality, award winning and enjoyable wines. Jim Butler, owner firstname.lastname@example.org
outdoor seating available. and winemaker, specializes in 12 fine dinner wines, all from In-
Apr. through Sep. diana-grown grapes. The winery also produces specialty fruit Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
and dessert wines. In 1992, Jim established a vineyard at his We have a wide variety of honey and beeswax products. We
Tigler’s Nursery Oct. through Nov. family’s home located nine miles northeast of Bloomington. sell various types of honey, honey spreads, honey with comb
Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Winemaking now occurs in the cellar at the vineyard/winery.
and bee pollen. Other products include beeswax candles,
During your visit to the vineyard, enjoy the beautiful view
lotions and soaps with beeswax and honey.
8558 N. Union City Rd. from the spacious deck adjacent to the the vineyard tasting
Denver, IN 46926 Bloomington Winter Farmers’ Market and sales room. Cellar and vineyard tours are available upon
765-395-3632 909 E. 2nd St. request if the staff is not too busy. Gourmet items/food and Musgrave Orchard & Co.
Bloomington, IN 47404 banquet facilities are also available.
www.tiglernursery.com 8820 N Old SR 37
812-345-1592 Handicap accessible. Bloomington, IN 47408
Open Apr. through Nov., Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Closed Sun. email@example.com 812-339-5006
Jan. 27 through Mar. 31 City of Bloomington Community Farmers’ www.musgraveorchard.com
Take US 31 to CR 800 N. Turn east on CR 800 N and drive firstname.lastname@example.org
approximately 2 mi. to North Union City Rd. Turn left onto
Sat. 9 a.m.-Noon Market
401 N. Morton St. Labor Day through Thanksgiving
North Union City Rd. and drive approximately 3/4 of a mi. to
Bloomington, IN 47403 Wed.-Sun. 10:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
the nursery. Butler Winery
We’re a small family-owned nursery dedicated to providing
our customers with quality plants at a great price. You’ll find www.bloomington.in.gov/parks
1022 N. College Ave. email@example.com
a wide selection of bedding plants, hanging baskets and con-
Bloomington, IN 47404
tainers, vegetables, perennials, shrubs and trees.
Dillman Farm, Inc.
Ag Fun Fact www.butlerwinery.com Ag Fun Fact
Indiana exported $2.4 billion in Indiana Year round 4955 W. State Road 45 You’ll find locally grown produce, meats
agricultural commodities in 2007. On Bloomington, IN 47403 and a cornucopia of other tasty food
Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m.,
your next trip to Taiwan, pop a bottle of Sun. Noon-6 p.m.
800-359-1362 products at more than 150 farmers’
Indiana wine from Easley Winery or www.dillmanfarm.com markets across Indiana.
Southeast corner 15th & North College Ave.
Oliver winery. Both have been firstname.lastname@example.org
exporting there since 2006 as a result Established 2 locations, one with vineyard. Tours available
Call for tour information.
upon request. No regular tour times scheduled.
of connections made on a Taiwanese
mission to Indiana. Apple Butter, fruit preserves, salsas, mustards, sucrose free
preserves also available. Retail store carries Indiana made
Tourism Fun Fact
One of every eight non-farming jobs in
the United States is directly or non-
directly created by travel and tourism.
Oliver Winery Morgan County Hunter’s Honey Farm Newton County
Anderson Orchards Russell’s Farm
8024 N. State Road 37 6501 W. Honey Lane
Bloomington, IN 47404 Martinsville, IN 46151 7654 N. Meridian Rd.
812-876-5800 765-537-9430 Lake Village, IN 46349
369 E. Greencastle Rd. 219-992-3102
www.oliverwinery.com Mooresville, IN 46158 www.huntershoneyfarm.com
email@example.com 317-831-4181 firstname.lastname@example.org Hay rides, pumpkins and fall activities.
Open year around www.andersonorchard.com Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. Noon-6 p.m. Tours available U-pick available.
Fri. and Sat. Noon-4:30 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m.-4:30 p.m. (every Hunter’s Honey Farm is a family-owned and operated farm. Noble County
half hour). Open Jul. through Nov. We are a third generation of beekeepers who have been pro-
Located 2 mi. west of Mooresville on Main St. ducing honey in Indiana for more than 90 years. We keep our Albion Farmers’ Market
Take 37 south approximately 35 mi. You will see 2 billboards
honey as pure and natural as possible; therefore, our honey is
marking the winery at 9 mi. and again at 1 mi. The winery will Picked: apples, peaches, and other fruits and vegetables. never flash heated or pressure filtered. Even though honey is
be on your left side. Store: cider, jams and butters, concession stand (weekends). our main product, we also produce beeswax, bee pollen, and
Visit Indiana’s oldest and largest winery. Open daily, year 260-636-2774
propolis. We use the beeswax to make candles, ornaments,
round, for complimentary wine tasting. Sample over 18 va- email@example.com
Beasley Creek Farms beeswax soap, moisturizing cream and lip balm. Honey prod-
rieties of premium wine from Cabernet Sauvignon to Black- ucts we make here on the farm include, honey teriyaki mari-
berry. The timber frame tasting room sits on 15 beautifully nade, honey hot wings sauce and, honey caramel corn and Bender’s Orchard
landscaped acres. Enjoy a complimentary weekend tour, then 210 St. John Rd. three varieties of beef jerky as well as sweet honey candies
have a picnic by the pond. A wide variety of wine-related gifts Martinsville, IN 46151 and desserts. We also have a variety of flavored honey stix
and gourmet foods are available to complete your winery 765-342-0209 and honey candy. We invite you to visit our gift shop which 3133 W 300 S
experience. Handicap accessible. is filled with the many products that we produce at our farm. Albion, IN 46701
Tours of the farm, which include honey tasting, beekeeping 260-799-5772
U-pick available. discussion candle making, honey extracting and bottling can
Wednesday Farmers’ Market firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon.-Wed. by chance. be scheduled upon request. Handicap accessible.
3220 E. Third St. U-pick available.
Bloomington, IN 47401 Thu.-Sat. Noon-6 p.m.
John Young Farms Please call ahead.
Please call for directions.
Located 11 mi. north of Columbia City, or 22 mi. northwest of
Beasley Creek Farms offers seasonal veggies, mums,
Montgomery County Fort Wayne.
pumpkins and apicnic area. Group hayride, bonfire and
5028 E. Landersdale Rd. From the south: take SR 109 N to 300 S turn right, go 1.5 mi.
cornmaze activities by appointment only. Groups on the Mooresville, IN 46158 to the brick farmhouse.
Crawfordsville Farmers’ Market weekends, pre-schoolers during the week beginning Sep. 317-752-0559 From the north: take US 33 S to 300 W, turn right, go 1.5 mi.
through Oct. 31.
158 Brenda Ave. email@example.com to 300 S.
Crawfordsville, IN 47933 From Fort Wayne: take US 33 N to 400 S, turn left (west),go
765-362-0283 Gregory’s Orchards Jun. 28 through Labor Day 4 mi. to 300 W, turn right,go 1 mi. to 300 S. Please note that
Noon-6:30 p.m. Mapquest shows the farm about 1 mi. north of it’s actual
Jun. through Oct.
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon 997 E. State Road 42 Willowfield Lavender Farm Five acre orchard. Free fruit tree pruning lessons in the
Mooresville, IN 46158
317-831-3976 6176 E. Smokey View Rd. Spring, call for details. Discounted slightly blemished apples
R&N Garden & Crafts usually available for baking. U-pick for Asian pears only.
Mooresville, IN 46158
Jul. through Dec. www.willowfieldlavender.com Blueberry Acres
7576 S. U.S. Highway 231
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. firstname.lastname@example.org
Ladoga, IN 47954
765-866-0444 Sep. through Dec. Mar. through Sep.
Also open Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Thu.-Sat. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. 5393 S 800 E
LaOtto, IN 46763
10 a.m.-7 p.m. Located 2 ½ mi. west of Mooresville on SR 42. Also holiday markets in Nov. and Dec. 219-693-2080
We raise and sell vegetables. Enjoy our variety of produce, apple butter and caramel
Ag Fun Fact U-pick available.
Ag Fun Fact Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-8:30 p.m. Closed Sun.
Ethanol is on track to displace approxi-
From Ari, 4 mi. northeast of Churubusco on SR 205, go 1 mi.
The mission of the ISDA-Division of mately 10 percent of U.S. fuel usage. west on 800 E.
Soil Conservation is to provide farmers At current crude prices, that means
Dates depend on season and when berries ripen.
information and technical assistance more than $35 billion staying in the
for the implementation of conservation United States.
practices throughout Indiana.
Johnson’s Strawberry Farm Ohio County Owen County Parke County
Rising Sun Farmers’ Market Community Farmers’ Market of Owen County Billie Creek Village
2283 S 33
Albion, IN 46701 103 S. Walnut St.
800-779-7670 Rising Sun, IN 47040
60 S. Main St. 65 S. Billie Creek Rd.
U-pick available. Spencer, IN 47460 Rockville, IN 47872
www. risingsun.ec 812-821-2874 765-569-0252
Kendallville Farmers’ Market www.owenswcd.org www.billiecreek.org
Late Apr. through Oct. email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
227 S. Main St. Sat. 8:30 a.m.-Noon
Kendallville, IN 46755 May 2 through Oct. 24 36 W to Rockville.
260-347-3276 Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
Open every weekend.
The Community Farmers’ Market of Owen County will be General Store: Sat. 10 a.m.-4 pm and Sun. Noon-4 p.m.
LeCount’s Strawberry Farm
Orange County located on the north side of the Courthouse Square at 60
Everyone comes away from Billie Creek Village with a
S. Main St. in Spencer, Ind. on Saturdays beginning May 3
favorite pioneer activity! The village animals are always a
French Lick Winery through Oct 25. This is a brand new farmers’ market. Ven-
dors will offer organic and local produce, arts, crafts, enter- favorite with the children. Amiable goats and sheep graze the
3472 W 800 N tainment and more! Our Mission: “To provide local producers village barnyards during the open season along with horses
Wawaka, IN 46794 and their neighbors a gathering place that fosters the connec- and the occasional mule. Pottery, covered bridge items,
260-761-3155 8145 W. Sinclair
tion between our food, our culture, our land and our environ- brooms, quilts, afghans, baskets, fudge, apple butter and
West Baden Springs, IN 47469
ment.” Educational seminars provided. candy available.
Orchard Hill Farms
email@example.com Core Farms Cherrywood Farm
11061 E 415 N Open Tue.-Thu. and Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 11 a.m.-9
Kendallville, IN 46755 p.m. Closed Mon. 8184 S 625 W
1411 Dittemore Rd. Rosedale, IN 47874
260-347-3682 French Lick Winery offers wine tasting of over 20 grape and Gosport, IN 47433 765-548-0582
www.orchardhillfarms.com fruit wines, from the driest, a Norton, to the sweetest, an 812-219-0187
firstname.lastname@example.org award winning Cherry. The Vintage Cafe located inside the www.ditzlerorchard.com
winery features Italian cuisine including pizza, pasta, salads, email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Aug. through Nov. and breads. Located just down the street from the French Organically grown vegetables and fruits also available. U-pick available.
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Lick Resort & Casino behind CVS pharmacy. Outdoor seating
Dec. through Feb. and banquet facility available. Handicap accessible. Call for hours.
Owen County Farmers’ Market
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Our farm is located just 1 mi. east of US 41 near Lyford,
Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. Orleans-Orange County Home Grown Spencer-Courthouse Square Ind. Lyford is mid-way between Terre Haute to the south and
Farmers’ Market Spencer, IN 47460
Rockville to the north on US 41. We’re easy to find!
Stangland Blueberry Farm West side of Congress Square Park in Orleans We have blueberries, raspberries and cherries in development
Orleans, IN 47452 www.owenswcd.org
2095 W 400 S for U-pick soon. Our patch partners, Ditzler Orchard, located
Albion, IN 46701 ½ mi. south, retails our produce. The Orchard store features
260-636-2749 www.orangecountyhomegrown.org May through Oct. cherries, apples and cider produced on- site, as well as other
email@example.com Sat. mornings produce, including peaches in season.
Wysong’s Blueberries May 25 through Oct. 27
8 a.m.-Noon CozyNest Farm
The HomeGrown Farmers’ Market is a project of Orange
2469 W. U.S. Highway 6 County HomeGrown, an all-volunteer, non-profit, tax-exempt, Ag Fun Fact
Wawaka, IN 46794 community-service organization. The purpose of the Orange 4635 S 325 W
260-761-4109 County HomeGrown Farmers’ Market is to provide income Corn is the leading source of income for Rockville, IN 47872
for our local growers, fresh and local food and crafts for our Indiana farmers and amounted to $2.71 765-569-5559
U-pick available. customers, and a gathering place to help nurture a sense billion in 2007. There is more than corn www.cozynestfarm.com
Jul. through Aug. of community. The Market features produce, art, crafts and
baked goods grown, created, made and/or baked solely by in Indiana. Hoosier farmers grow more firstname.lastname@example.org
Mon., Wed., Thu., Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
the vendors. We also have family fun events each Sat. during than 30 different major fruits and Apr. through Oct.
the season. One of the key principles of our farmers’ market vegetables each year. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
is that the consumers have a direct relationship with the
Tourism Fun Fact producer. To register to sell, vendors must reside in Orange or CozyNest Farm is a small working apiary (bee farm). We also
adjacent counties: Davies, Washington, Crawford, Lawrence, grow vegetables and berries for the local farmers market. We
Indiana welcomes more than 62 million or Martin. All products sold at the Orange County make soaps, lotions, lip balms and face moisturizer creams.
visitors annually. This is the equivalent HomeGrown Markets must be grown or produced by the Visit us at the farm or on our Web site for more details. Black
of filling Lucas Oil Stadium for an vendor. raspberry tip root starts also available.
Indianapolis Colts game three times a
day, every day, for a year.
Hobson’s Farm and Greenhouse Harper Christmas Tree Farm Porter County Butler Winery - Chesteron Location
Anderson’s Orchard & Winery 401 Broadway
2301 W. Strawberry Rd. 9455 Tree Farm Rd.
Derby, IN 47520 Chesterton, IN 46304
Rockville, IN 47872
765-569-5655 430 E. U.S. Highway 6
Leopold Farmers’ Market Valparaiso, IN 46383 www.butlerwinery.com
Leopold Park 219-464-4936 email@example.com
Corn maze available.
Sat. mornings Chesterton’s European Market
Jan. through beginning of Apr.
106 N. Market St. Mary Rose Herb Farm Tue.-Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Rockville, IN 47872 Mid-Apr. through Dec.
23112 Cattail Rd.
765-569-5544 Mon.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Bristow, IN 47515 220 Broadway
firstname.lastname@example.org 812-357-2699 Chesterton, IN 46304
3 ½ mi. east of SR 49 on Hwy. US 6. 219-926-5513
Jun. 6 through Sep. 5 www.maryroseherbfarm.com
Sat. 8:30 a.m.-Noon email@example.com Market winery and vineyard. Bedding plants, seedless table www.chestertonseuropeanmarket.com
grapes and apples in season. Free wine tasting, bakery, gift firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in the parking lot behind the Rockville Public Library
Tell City Farmers’ Market shop, imported steins and crystal. Open year-round. Parties
(106 N. Market St.) in Rockville, Ind., 1 block north and 1 Last Sat. of May through last Sat. of Oct.
Perry County Chamber of Commerce and BBQ’s.
block west of the courthouse. 8 a.m.-2 p.m.
C/O Cheri Taylor, P Box 82
The Village Market is a group of local producers, growers, Tell City, IN 47596 From I-94: take Exit 26A to Chesterton. From I-80/90 Toll-
crafters and artisans. Our members grow a variety of veg- 812-547-2385 Birky Family Farms Country Market road: take Exit 31 to Chesterton.
etables, fruits, flowers and herbs. Some produce honey and
Chesterton’s European Market features locally-grown fresh
honey products, make juices, jams and jellies. Others bake email@example.com
506 S. State Road 49 produce also includes eggplant, onions, beets and mush-
homemade breads and rolls, create scarves and washclothes,
Jun. through Oct. rooms.
wreaths and swags. Also available are free range eggs, equal Valparaiso, IN 46383
6:30 a.m.-9:30 a.m.
exchange coffees, pottery, wellness products, fruit butters, 219-462-4150
lotions and potions. Guest artisans are scheduled to be on- www.birkyfarms.com Crème De La Crop
site with original art paintings, jewelry, wood cabinets and art Winzerwald Winery firstname.lastname@example.org
objects made from local hardwoods.
Jan. 1 through Mar. 31
Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 208 N 250 W
26300 N. Indian Lake Rd.
Apr. 1 through Oct. 31 Valparaiso, IN 46385
Bristow, IN 47515
Perry County Tue.-Fri. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. 219-921-1831
Nov. 1 through Dec. 31 www.CrèmeDeLaCrop.com
Fri. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. crèmedelacmsn.com
Blue Heron Vineyards email@example.com
Located 1 light east of Shorewood northwest intersection of
Jan. through Dec. Located on SR 49, 6 mi. south of US 30 in Valparaiso, Ind. or
Tower Rd. (250W) and US Route 30.
Wed.-Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. 3 mi. north of SR 8 in Kouts, Ind.
5330 Blue Heron Ln. Our chemical-free crops consist of over 200 varieties
Cannelton, IN 47520 We are located at North Indian Lake Rd. (CR 39), off of SR Birky’s features home raised pork with no hormones, ste-
including heirloom and unique produce known for flavor and
812-547-7518 62, 9 mi. northeast of Bristow. roids, animal by-products, antibiotics and paylean. We pro-
appearance. Become a member or preorder online.
www.blueheronvines.com Winzerwald Winery (German for vintners of the forest) vide healthy, high-quality, safe food products that taste great.
firstname.lastname@example.org celebrates the owners’ German heritage and the German and
U-pick available. Swiss heritage of the area by offering unique German and Broken Wagon Bison Drew Family Farms
Swiss-style wines, gifts, festivals, educational tours and fun.
Mar. through Nov. A nutcracker adorns the wine label symbolizing the winery’s
Wed.-Fri. 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat. and Sun. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Germanic style and forested location. Try our Lemberger, 231 E 1200 N
563 W 450 N
By appointment also. Chesterton, IN 46304
Pinot Noir, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Muller-Thurgau, Mai Hobart, IN 46342 219-263-0239
Bed and breakfast. Cook for groups. We offer vineyards, a Wein, Gluhwein, Black Riesling, Ice-style wine and fruit wines
winery, tasting room, live entertainment, educational semi- 219-759-3523 www.drewfamilyfarms.com
with more than 25 varieties in all. Visit Winzerwald Winery
nars, fishing, bike trails, hiking, camping, hunting, celtic cross and have fun while you shop, enjoy a tour, stroll through the email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org
and art display. vineyard or relax in the wine garden. A small family winery Call or email for hours.Varies by season.
Please call and make an appointment.
with big tasting wines! Specialty labels, gourmet items/food Emphasis is on heirloom varieties of all vegetables which are
Denning Vineyards and outdoor seating available. Handicap accessible. Buffalo, America’s original red meat is real delicious, lean, picked fresh when you arrive. You have never tasted to-
American and is heart healthy with no growth hormones or matoes until you taste ours.
1155 State Road 62 steroids.
St. Meinrad, IN 47577 Ag Fun Fact
email@example.com Ag Fun Fact
Indiana’s poultry industry has a lot to
crow about. Eggs and poultry were the Indiana produced more than 220 million
fourth leading source of income to farm pounds of popcorn in 2007.
families in 2007 and amounted to $811
58 million. 59
JNJ Organic Farm Sanders Farm Posey County Pulaski County
Big Creek Fish Farm Blue Acres Farm
489 E 500 S 3 E 900 N
Kouts, IN 46347 Chesterton, IN 46304 4009 Mary Anderson Rd.
219-462-6726 219-926-3230 Wadesville, IN 47638 7194 N. U.S. Highway 421
812-673-4713 San Pierre, IN 46374
firstname.lastname@example.org Mid-Sep. through end of Oct.
Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Chemical free home/locally-grown vegetables and fruits as U-pick available.
well as free range eggs. Sander’s Farm also offers Indian corn, straw and corn shccks. Farview Orchard Inc. Early Jul. through early Aug. Open daily 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Ready-picked also available.
Keel’s Country Corner Valparaiso Farmers’ Market
4200 Oliver Springfield Rd. Bonnie’s Punkins
Mt. Vernon, IN 47620
294 E 600 N 762 W. Lincolnway 812-783-2571 435 N. West St.
Valparaiso, IN 46383 Winamac, IN 46996
Valparaiso, IN 46383 U-pick available.
Seasonal Call for hours.
9 a.m.-5 p.m. www.popcornfest.org
email@example.com Wadesville is 7 mi. south off US 66 in Oliver. Ephrain Farm Store
Mark & Kim Maxwell Farms Jun. through Oct. 102. N. Market St
Tue., Thu. and Sat. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Fragrant Farms Inc. Winamac, IN 46996
101 E 250 S Farm fresh farmers’ market located at the courthouse square
Valparaiso, IN 46383 in downtown Valparaiso.
219-462-3581 413 Wood St. Holbrook Markets
New Harmony, IN 47631
firstname.lastname@example.org Windy Ridge Farms LLC 812-682-4406 4516 West State Rd.14
We have beef packages including hamburger and steaks, Winamac, IN 46996
roasts and summer sausage. We also take orders for quarter, email@example.com
half, three-quarter or whole beef. 253 E 150 S
Valparaiso, IN 46383
219-548-7229 Fragrant Farms Inc. offers fresh-cut peonies in May through Prairie Moon Orchard
Peach Tree Grove Jun. and peony plants in the fall. Fresh vegetables available 9860 S. Highway 421
www.windyridgefarmsllc.com in the summer. We also have fivr-acres of wine grapes.
firstname.lastname@example.org Francesville, IN 46996
1137 S 350 E U-pick available.
Kouts, IN 46347 Hasting Plants
Mar. through Christmas
219-916-3457 Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Roby Family Apriary & Farm
email@example.com Producers of top quality plant and landscape materials. We 11081 W. 799 N
1500 Hasting Ln. Culver, IN 46511
Jun. through Sep. have demonstration gardens available, over 15 acres, people Mt. Vernon, IN 47620
encouraged to explore! 574-542-2275
9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for availability of produce. 812-838-2164
We maintain an organic growing environment. Call to find out Woody-View Farms firstname.lastname@example.org Winamac Farmers’ Market
which crops are ready.
44 Smoke Rd.
Corner U.S. 35 & Pearl St.
Valparaiso, IN 46385
Winamac, IN 46996
Pressel Strawberries 219-477-4213 Meurer Fields
611 E 400 S
Valparaiso, IN 46383
Seasonal Oak and Wild Cherry Firewood - delivered and Highway 69 and Durlin Rd. Putnam County
stacked. New Harmony, IN 47631
812-783-1502 Bugle Valley Elk Farm
U-pick available. Yeager’s Greenhouses
email@example.com 4205 W 1000 N
Jun. 1 through Jun. 30 Roachdale, IN 46172
Open daily 7 a.m.-7 p.m. 765-522-1550
348 N 450 E
Valparaiso, IN 46383
We have seven different varieties of strawberries. U-pick or
Ag Fun Fact firstname.lastname@example.org
we pick. Call ahead for orders.
email@example.com Want to see orchids, buffalo and elk all Call ahead for a tour.
Call ahead. in the same day? You’ll find a farm for
We have flowers, vegetables, herbs, perennials, ground each in Putnam County.
covers, baskets, containers. A wide variety primarily
wholesale and fundraisers.
English’s Buffalo Farm Snow Hill Christmas Trees Ripley County Kestler Farms, LL
6432 N. U.S. Highway 231
Bainbridge, IN 46105 Alpine Berry Farm
765-522-7777 678 E 500 S 565 State Road 229 S
Winchester, IN 47394 Batesville, IN 47006
www.englishsbuffalofarm.com 765-874-1901 812-212-0107
firstname.lastname@example.org 26185 Pocket Rd.
Entertainment and children’s activities. Batesville, IN 47006 www.kestlerfarms.com
Hilltop Orchids Inc.
www.localharvest.org/farms/M10772 Open year round, call to place an order.
1151 E County Road 800 S Union City Farmers’ Market
Cloverdale, IN 46120 U-pick available. Kestler Farms LLC, a family- owned farm for more than 50
115 N. Howard St.
765-795-6016 Father’s Day through Labor Day years, produces quality beef using only natural methods. Our
Union City, IN 47390
765-964-4010 Fri. 8 a.m.-Noon, Sat. 8 a.m.-3 p.m. (call ahead) premium/choice beef is dry-aged for14 days, producing some
of the most flavorful, yet tender and juiciest, beef available on
email@example.com I-74 E to Batesville.Turn right off exit. Go to 2nd stoplight -
May 30 through Sep. 26 the market today.
Sat. 8 a.m.-11 a.m. Hwy 46 W turn right. Go approx 2 mi. to yellow flashing light.
Hobbit Gardens/Erth Gatherings Center Turn right onto Huntersville Rd. Go to first stop sign - Pocket
6213 E 300 N
Produce, foods and fine art crafts. Rd. (sign is missing). Turn left. Go 1.8 mi. to farm. Knudson Produce Farm
Fillmore, IN 46128 We are a U-pick berry farm with blueberries and blackberries 4163 N 800 W
765-246-6315 Holton, IN 47023
Wilson Winery grown without chemicals.
Batesville Farmers’ Market
10137 S. Indian Trail Rd.
May through Oct. Modoc, IN 47358 George St. (site of Old Feed Mill)
Batesville, IN 47006 Lawrenceburg Farmers’ Market
Tue. and Fri. 10 a.m.-7 p.m. 765-853-5100 7286 N 800 E
Sat. 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. www.foodandgrowers.org Milan, IN 47031
Winter Hours firstname.lastname@example.org 812-654-3989
Thu. and Fri. 6 p.m.-9 p.m., Sat. and Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Sat . and Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. May through Oct.
Private tasting by appointment.
Others by chance or appointment. Sat. mornings Jun. through Oct.
The winery is located on Indian Trail Rd., the 1st road east of Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon
Modoc, Ind. on SR 36. Turn south (or right, if you turn north
Putnam County Farmers’ Markets you might not get back to us!) on Indian Trail Rd. and go 2.1 Ertel Cellars Winery
Ripley County Farmers’ Market (Milan)
Parks and Rec Dept. mi. The farm is the 1st place on the east side. Look for the
Milan Community Park Shelter
405 S. Bloomington St. big sign!
3794 E 1100 N Milan, IN 47031
Greencastle, IN 46135 Wilson Wines is located 30 minutes from Richmond, Muncie www.ripleycounty.com/parks/farmersmarket.html
Batesville, IN 47006
765-653-3395 and New Castle. Enjoy a variety of white and red wines from 812-933-1500 Jul. 11 through Sep. 26
Jun. through Sep. the family vineyard, along with several fruit wines. Wilson Wed. 2:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
Wines is especially proud of the Elderberry and Applespice www.ertelcellarswinery.com
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon email@example.com
wine. Take a drive through the country for a tour of the vine-
yard, free wine tasting and perhaps a game of checkers or Wed. and Thu. 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Ripley County Farmers’ Market (Osgood)
Randolph County cards with the Wilson family. Outdoor seating and banquet Sun. 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Shelter #2 in Ripley Co. Department of Parks & Recreation
facilities available. Handicap accessible. Osgood, IN 47037
Take I-74 E to Exit 149 Batesville, take a left after exiting
Davis-Purdue Farms Tours I-74 and take a left (east) on Indiana 46 for approx 2 mi., 3rd Jun. 2 through Oct. 27
traffic light turn right (at YMCA) onto Indiana 129 3.8 mi. to Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
1100 N and turn left (east). Winery is ½ mi. on right hand
6230 N. State Road 1 Ag Fun Fact side of the road.
Farmland, IN 47340
765-468-7022 In 2008, ISDA launched the Certified Specialty labels, gourmet items/food, outdoor seating and Rush County
Livestock Producer Program to banquet facilities available. Handicap accessible.
firstname.lastname@example.org Kuhn’s Orchard
recognize Indiana livestock producers
Outdoor and recreation.
who have gone above and beyond in Fall Farm Market/Agritourism
1559 W Old 44
their commitment to the environment, Rushville, IN 46173
Sickels Tree Farm
animal well-being, food safety,
emergency planning, biosecurity and 3467 E. State Road 350 Ag Fun Fact
268 W 600 S Osgood, IN 47037
Winchester, IN 47394
being a good neighbor. To learn more,
812-689-3436 Veal production is primarily confined to
765-584-9614 go to www.in.gov/isda.
Oxen Team (festivals), farmers’ market, and pumpkin patch six states with Wisconsin, Indiana and
email@example.com available. Pennsylvania serving as the national
Entertainment and children’s activities including lamb and leaders in production.
Scott County Helms Greenhouse Blueberry Ranch Matthys Farm Market
1149 N 700 N 54743 Buckeye Rd. 57754 Crumstown Hwy.
Richland, IN 47634 Mishawaka, IN 46545 South Bend, IN 46619
812-359-4032 574-255-5773 574-287-1935
1122 Radio Tower Rd.
Underwood, IN 47177 8 a.m.-5 p.m. www.BlueberryRanch.com www.matthysfarmmkt.com
812-752-2300 John@blueberryranch.com firstname.lastname@example.org
Located 6 mi. west of Rockport on Hwy. 66 ¼ mi. north of
www.montgomery-farms.com Luce Elementary School. U-pick available. Mon.-Fri. 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
email@example.com Jul. through Aug. Also open on Sun. from Noon-4 p.m. during the months of
U-pick available. Lakeview Orchard Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-7 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m. - 5 p.m. May and Oct.
Sep. 8 through Oct. 31 Family-owned and operated, providing quaility with
Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Fri. and Sat. 10 a.m.-12 p.m., Located 3 mi. east of University Park Mall and 1 mi. east of exceptional customer service which ensures every visit
2315 N. Orchard Rd. Bittersweet Rd. Take Douglas or Day Rd. east to Buckeye to Matthys Farm Market will be an enjoyable experience.
Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Located 5 mi. south on US 31 from SR 56 in Scottsburg. Rockport, IN 47635 Rd. Wreaths and garlands also available.
Turn east on Radio Tower Rd. Follow for 1.1 mi. 812-649-2753
U-pick and ready-picked blueberries along with many blue-
Pumpkins, pumpkin patch rides on the weekends, squash, In season Daily 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
gourds, mums, Indiana Corn and gift shop. Corn maze and Located 2 mi. west and 1 mi. north of Rockport and north of berry products. We are family fun. Picnic area and acres of Roseland Garden Center
hayrides (both are haunted on Fri. and Sat. nights), bonfires, South Spencer High School. parking!
barnloft with farm info center, playground, cow trains and cob
cannons. 125 Dixieway S.
Wednesday Farmers’ Market Craft Orchard South Bend, IN 46637
Rural Route 7, Box 484 574-272-7760
Sutton’s Orchard Bloomfield, IN 47424 firstname.lastname@example.org
812-384-3375 28420 Quincey Rd.
North Liberty, IN 46554 Apr. through Dec.
2074 Little York Rd. May through Oct. Wed. 7 a.m.-Noon 574-656-3651 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Scottsburg, IN 47170
812-752-6634 U-pick available.
Complete garden center with a large selection of nursery
email@example.com St. Joseph County Call for hours. stock and concrete yard décor.
U-pick available. We primarily have apples but we also have cherries, decora-
Come on out for fresh apples beginning Aug. 1. Atherton’s Apple Farm tive broom corn and garlic available. Hayrides with talks about South Bend Farmers’ Market
orcharding available, especially school programs.
1105 Northside Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46615
3808 N. 900 E. County Line Rd. 574-282-1259
Shelby County New Carlisle, IN 46350 Eberly Orchards
219-654-3338 Open year round.
Shelby County Farmers’ Market Tue. and Thu. 7 a.m.-2 p.m., Sat. 7 a.m.-3 p.m.
67118 Sage Rd. May 1 through Sep.
Shelbyville Public Square Sep. through Nov. North Liberty, IN 46554
Shelbyville, IN 46176 Also open Fri. 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
Daily 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m. 574-656-8563
Located ½ south of SR 2 on County Line Rd.
U-pick available. The Blueberry Ranch
Sat. 8 a.m.-11 a.m.
Beech Road Blueberry Farm Jul. through Nov.
8 a.m.-6 p.m.
54743 Buckeye Rd.
1 mi. south and ½ mi. east of North Liberty, Ind. Mishawaka, IN 46530-0647
Spencer County 67041 Beech Rd.
Wakarusa, IN 46573
Ahrens’ Christmas Tree Farm Koziel Farm
U-pick available. U-pick available.
Jul. through Aug. Located 5 mi. east of Grape Rd. and University Park Mall.
4162 W. Base Rd. 7893 E 900 N
7 a.m.-7 p.m. or call first Exit 83, Indiana Toll Rd., south to Cleveland, east to Buckeye.
Rockport, IN 47635 New Carlisle, IN 46552
Located 3 mi. west of Wakarusa then 1 mi. south on Beech 574-850-4850 Blueberries (U-pick or ready-pick) and U-pick red
Call for hours.
Ag Fun Fact
Holiday World brings approximately
1,000,000 visitors to Spencer County
Thistleberry Farm Bonnell’s Blueberry Patch Grovertown Fruit Farm Parker’s Place
61403 Mayflower Rd. 6745 E. 250 N.
4840 S 600 W 5865 S 600 W
South Bend, IN 46614 North Judson, IN 46366 Grovertown, IN 46531
574-867-2601 North Judson, IN 46366
574-289-0614 574-896-5365 574-896-9262
www.thistleberryfarm.com U-pick available. www.allaboutapples.com/orchard/in01.htm
firstname.lastname@example.org Mid-Jul. through Mid-Aug. email@example.com
U-pick available. Open daily 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Mid-Jul. through Thanksgiving
Tue.-Sun. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. (CST), Closed Mon. U-pick available.
Aug. through early Sep. Located 2 ½ mi. north on 750 W off of Hwy. 10. West of
Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-7 p.m. for sweet corn North Judson. Jul. 1 through Aug.
Take US 30 to SR 35 (Knox/LaPorte Exit). Go south on 35
Mid-Sep. through Oct. for pumpkins and corn maze approximately 3 miles to CR 250 N and the east Open every day from 7:30 a.m.-dark
Fri. 4 p.m.-8 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. FALL, All Over the Place, Hensler Nursery Inc.
approximately 3 miles.
Blueberries are now pesticide free! We have fresh eggs both
Our orchard is out in the country and offers the farm market brown and “Easter egg colors”. There are handmade quilts
Thistleberry Farm is conveniently located about 6 mi. atmosphere. Although we do not allow u-pick in our orchard,
5715 N. 750 E. and other handcrafted items, as well as custom photography
southwest of South Bend, Ind. near the intersection of Kern you choose from a large selection of ready-picked fruit in
Hamlet, IN 46532 stationery for sale. Come see!
and Mayflower Rd. We are just a short drive from Elkhart, our shop or from the farm wagon. All fruit is freshly- picked
Plymouth, Mishawaka, LaPorte, Lakeville, Niles and North and taste testing is highly encouraged. We sell peaches
and apples by the pound, peck, 1/2 bushel or bushel for all
Corn maze, pumpkin patch and more! Fun for the whole
your eating and baking needs. Sweet corn and other garden Steuben County
family. Located on the north side of US 30, 1 1/2 mi. east of Hamlet. produce are also available when in season. Pumpkins, gourds,
From US 30, turn north on 750 at the flashing light. We arelo- straw and fall decorating items are available in Oct. We also
cated across from Oregon-Davis Schools.
Angola Farmers’ Market
offer fresh peaches Jul. through Aug. Plums and pears are
Wolff’s Blueberries available Aug. through Sep. Other products include free- 315 S. Wayne St. (The old high school)
Pumpkins, gourds, straw, cornstalks, fall decorations, horse-
range pork and chicken, local honey and honeycomb and Angola, IN 46703
drawn rides to the pumpkin patch on weekends, campfire 260-665-6601
rentals, enaimals, straw fort and hiking trails. much more!
8801 E. State Road 4
Walkerton, IN 46574 firstname.lastname@example.org
574-656-8788 First Stage Greenhouses
Hensler Nursery Inc.
U-pick available. Jun. through Oct.
7235 E. 200 N Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
Jul. 20 through Aug. Outlets of Fremont-South
Grovertown, IN 46531 5715 N 750 E
Open daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
574-867-3412 Wed. 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
Hamlet, IN 46532
Located 1 mi. east of Fish Lake or 6 mi. west of N. Library on
State Rd. Curtis Orchard
Family-owned since 1954. email@example.com
Open seasonally, April through Jul. 1, open daily from 8 a.m.-
6 p.m. (CST) And again, Aug. 25 through Oct.1 Call ahead 5240 E. Metz Rd.
for hours. Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Angola, IN 46703
Starke County Day after Thanksgiving through Dec. 23
From US 30, take S R 23 south, approximately 5 miles and 219-665-7459
Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
turn west (right) on 200 N. Jul. through Dec.
Back to Basics Hensler Nursery is located on the north side of US 30, 1 ½ Daily Noon-7 p.m.
First Stage Greenhouse is a quality grower offering beauti-
ful hanging baskets, deck pots, potted flowers, vegetable mi. east of Hamlet. From US 30, turn north on 750 at the
flashing light. We are located across from Oregon-Davis East of Angola on US 20 to SR 1, go south 1 mi. to Metz Rd.,
1307 S. Heaton #A (In Knox Mall) transplants and more. Many of our customers drive hundreds go east 1 mi. on north side of road between 475 E and 550 E.
of miles to purchase our products. Schools.
Knox, IN 46534 Curtis Orchard offers apples, apple butter, cider, candy, dips,
574-772-2345 Christmas Fest features forest fresh Fraser Fir, Scotch Pine,
dressings, gadgets, gift baskets, mixes, spreads, school field
White Pine Christmas trees plus wreaths, swags and roping.
www.backtobasicsorganics.com trips, educational tours and wagon rides.
Ag Fun Fact Santa and horse drawn wagon rides on weekends.
Mon.-Fri. 9:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
A health food store selling some of the farm products raised Governor Daniels and Lt. Governor
by the owners and farm products from other local vendors Skillman have led seven trade missions
supplemented by some organic and alternative groceries. around the world, with three of those Ag Fun Fact
agriculturally focused. With 96 percent of all consumers living
outside of the United States, foreign
trade is fundamental to the growth and
revitalization of Indiana’s economy.
G.W. Stroh Orchards, Inc. Switzerland County Tippecanoe County Exploration Acres
Coyote Creek Family Farms Annie’s Orchard
2620 N. State Road 827 6042 Newcastle Rd.
Angola, IN 46703 8651 Little Hominy Ridge Lafayette, IN 47905
260-665-7607 Florence, IN 47020 765-296-2863
812-594-3858 9624 W 75 S
firstname.lastname@example.org West Lafayette, IN 47906 www.explorationacres.com
www.coyotecreekfamilyfarm.com 765-583-2425 email@example.com
firstname.lastname@example.org Open weekends Aug. through Oct. 31,
Located 2 ½ mi. north of Angola on SR 827. Switzerland County Farmers’ Market
U-pick available. Fri.6 p.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m., Sun. 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
Open in late Jul. with peaches, then later in Aug. for apples Around the Courthouse Closed Mon.
and cider. U-pick dates vary, call for picking times. Apples Jun. through Aug. Hours vary with each season.
Vevay, IN 47043 Group reservations and field trips available Tue.-Thu.
are usually available from Sep.through late Oct. on the Call for hours.
Jun. 2 through Nov. 24 Call for reservations.
weekends. Pumpkins daily throughout Oct. 31. Market is From Lafayette, Ind. take S. River Rd. 10 mi. to the Ravines
open late Jul. through late Apr. Indian corn and fall Wed. and Sun. 7 a.m.-Noon Golf Course. Turn left and follow signs. Orchard is ¼ mi. past
decorations are also available. Numerous school tours are the Ross Camp. From Lafayette (north): take U.S. 52 south to Wyandotte
conducted Aug. through Oct. Road. Turn left. Go to first intersection. Turn right on
The Ridge Winery Sweet Cherries Jun. 5 through 22, Blueberries Jun. 25
through Jul. 20, Peaches Jul. 27 through Aug. 20. Newcastle Road. Follow the signs to the parking lots for
Exploration Acres. From Indianapolis (south): take I-65 north
to Lebanon, Exit US 52 North to Wyandotte Road. Turn right
298 Highway 156 Cooley Family Farm to the first intersection. Turn right on Newcastle Road. Follow
Vevay, IN 47043
the signs to the parking lots for Exploration Acres.
6208 N. Van Guilder Rd. 812-427-3380
Fremont, IN 46737 Nestled on a country road just south of Lafayette,
www.theridgewinery.com 24 N 900 E
260-495-9463 Exploration Acres is brimming with hours of entertainment
email@example.com Lafayette, IN 47905
in a quaint country setting. The main attraction is an 18 acre
www.satekwinery.com Wine Tasting and Gift Shop Mon.-Thu. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., 765-296-8834
corn maze with five separate themes. It is the largest corn
firstname.lastname@example.org Fri. and Sat. 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.-6 p.m. www.cooleyfamilyfarm.com maze in North Central Indiana. In Oct., a special section
Open daily 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Exit 55 off of I-71. Look for our brand new connector road. The Cooleys grow vegetables to sell on the farm and at area of the maze will become a mysterious trail of ear and fun,
From the Indiana Toll Road: take Exit 144 toward SR 120 to Exit 55 takes you straight from the interstate to the bridge farmers’ markets. guaranteed to challenge abilities of the most confident maze
Fremont. (Do not get on I-69!) Left onto SR120 about 1.2 over the Markland Dam. Turn right off the bridge onto Hwy. navigator. In addition to the maze, the grounds of
mi. Turn left onto North Van Guilder. The winery is ¼ mi. on 156, go 2 ½ mi. west to the Ridge Winery Tasting Room. Exploration Acres are filled with picturesque barns, wooded
the right. trails, play areas and picnic areas with fire rings. Additional
With their first vintage in 1995, Tom and Mary Jane Demaree activities include: hay rides, a pedal car truck, ducky water
Located moments from Pokagon State Park and the Prime revived Indiana’s winemaking tradition in Vevay. Located in races, corn cannons, a straw bale maze, sandboxes, a
Outlet Mall, Satek Winery is northeast Indiana’s first winery Switzerland County, birthplace of America’s first successful shelled corn bin and straw mound. For the shopper, we offer
and established in the summer of 2001. Guests can choose commercial winery! Gourmet items/food, outdoor seating and Ag Fun Fact a pumpkin patch, mums, hand-made crafts and food. For
from a variety of wines produced from grapes grown on the banquet facilities available. Handicap accessible. admission prices and discounts and a complete listing of
Satek Winery vineyard. Enjoy free wine tasting. Find a favor- Indiana keeps America “minty-fresh” our special events, go to our Web site
ite wine and spend the afternoon outside at the picnic tables
with friends. A great way to end a fun day of shopping or rec-
with peppermint production that ranks www.explorationacres.com.
Vevay Farmers’ Market
reation at the park. Specialty labels and gourmet items/food fourth in the country and fifth in
also available. Handicap accessible. .O.
P Box 149 spearmint.
Vevay, IN 47043 Historic Prophetstown
Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve
6975 N. Ray St. 3549 Prophetstown Trail
Fremont, IN 46737 May through Oct. Battle Ground, IN 47920
260-495-0137 Mon.-Sat. Daylight-Dusk 765-567-4700
Willow Tree Hill Farm email@example.com
2575 S 850 E Open year round Daily 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Angola, IN 46703 Ornamental ironwork also available. Located within Prophet-
260-668-7970 stown State Park where a playground, bike trails, hiking and
Tourism Fun Fact camping are available.
Offers regular and large shares including vegetables, fruits
and herbs. The first commercial winery in the
United States was established by Swiss
settlers in Switzerland County, Indiana.
Lamb’s Melon Market
1182 W 1100 S
Oaktown, IN 47561
Lafayette Farmers’ Market TipTop Farms Goebel’s Christmas Trees Vigo County
Downtown Lafayette on 5th St. between Main and
Columbia St. Buttonwoods at Sycamore Farm
Lafayette, IN 47901 8300 State Road 43 N 4745 W. Boonville New Harmony Rd.
Battleground, IN 47920 Evansville, IN 47720
www.lafayettefarmersmarket.com 765-567-2823 812-963-3001
firstname.lastname@example.org 5001 E. Poplar
Roadside market for gourds and pumpkins. Terre Haute, IN 47803
May 1 through Oct. 30 Wildcat Creek Winery 812-877-9288
Tue. and Sat. 7:30 a.m.-1 p.m., Thu. 4 p.m.-7 p.m. Mayse Farm Market www.thesycamorefarm.com
From Indianapolis (South) - Take I-65 north to Lebanon, 3233 E. 200 N. email@example.com
Exit US 52 north to Wyandotte Road. Turn right to the first Lafayette, IN 47905 Tue.-Fri. 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Fri. 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m.
765-838-3498 6409 N. St. Joe Ave.
intersection. Turn right on Newcastle Road. Follow the signs Evansville, IN 47712 A slow food restaurant serving seasonal and locally-grown
to the parking lots for Exploration Acres. 812-963-9201 food, with a bed & breakfast located on a once-working farm.
Martin Acres LLC www.maysefarmmarket.com
U-pick available. Downtown Terre Haute Farmers’ Market
Tipton County Mon.-Sat. 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Downtown at 9th and Cherry St.
4840 Hawthorne Ridge Dr. Terre Haute, IN 47803
West Lafayette, IN 47906
765-463-4215 Cole’s Fresh Market Corn mazes and hay rides available. www.localharvest.org
firstname.lastname@example.org 672 E 500 S Jun. 3 through Oct. 27
Sharpsville, IN 46068 Reimann’s Farm Market Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon
Jun. 30 through Aug. 25 Swanee Orchards
Mon.-Fri. 5:30 p.m.-9 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m. 13940 Darmstadt Rd.
Vanderburgh County Evansville, IN 47725
Go north on Salisbury St. in West Lafayette, Ind. to the city 812-867-3444
limits and then 1 mi. north or about ½ mi. south of Harrison 13926 S U.S. Highway 41
High School on County Farm Rd. Follow the white blueberry Bud’s Farm Market Mid-Jul. through Oct. Terre Haute, IN 47802
signs to the farm and the parking area. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. 812-696-0543
Hwy. 41 (Boonville New Harmony Rd.) past 4-H center. At U-pick available.
Miller’s Strawberries 3301 S. Weinbach Ave.
4-way stop, turn right. ½ mi. to 13940 Darmstadt Rd.
Evansville, IN 47714 Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m.
812-477-3070 Corn stalks also available.
Located 10 mi. south of Terre Haute on Hwy. 41.
5304 S 900 E www.budsfarm.com
Lafayette, IN 47909 email@example.com Apples: Jul. through Nov., Peaches: Jul. through Sep., crafts,
765-296-2168 gift baskets and homemade butters also available.
U-pick available. Vermillion County
U-pick available. May 15 through Oct. 31
Sun. 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Hog Wallow Farm White Violet Center for Eco-Justice
South on Weinbach Ave. to the I-64 1 Sisters of Providence
Prelock Blueberry Farm overpass. Terre Haute, IN 47876
478 N 300 W 812-535-2933
Engelbrecht Orchards Dana, IN 47847
9632 E 350 S www.whiteviolet.org
Lafayette, IN 47905 765-665-3532 firstname.lastname@example.org
www.hogwallowfarm.com Wed. farmers’ market
600 Christ Rd.
Evansville, IN 47711
U-pick available. 812-423-1079 U-pick available.
Jul. www.engelbrechtorchards.com May through Jun., Sep. through Oct.
Mon.-Sat. 7 a.m.-Noon, Thu. and Fri. 4 p.m.-8 p.m., Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-1 p.m. for strawberries.
Closed Sun. U-pick available. Weekends in Sep. and every day in Oct. for the Pumpkin
Campbell’s Pumpkin Patch
Jan. through Feb. Harvest.
If you are coming from Lafayette, take 38 E through Dayton, Wed.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 758 W 400 S
cross the bridge and go 1 ½ mi. to E 350 S. Turn left on E 350 Located near IN-71 between Dana and Cayuga. Turn at the Wabash, IN 46992
S and watch for the Prelock Blueberry Farm sign on the left. “Quaker” sign, go 1.7 mi. to the tee and turn right. It’s the
Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m. 260-563-1010
first house on the right.
Apr. through Aug.
Open daily 8 a.m.-7 p.m. All year we have fishing, hiking, camp sites, volley ball, GEO www.campbellspumpkinpatch.com
Sagamore West Farmers’ Market Sep. through Oct. Cache Treasure Hunting, playground, and a pavilion with a
Cumberland Park in West Lafayette Open daily 8 a.m.-6 p.m. kitchen and showers. On weekends in Sep. and every day in Mid-Sep.through Oct. 31
West Lafayette, IN 47906 Nov. through Dec. Oct. we are open for Hog Wallow Farm’s Pumpkin Harvest. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. daily
Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m. There are corn mazes, hay bale maze, petting zoo, hay rides
May 2 through Oct. 31 and of course, the Pumpkin Patch. We welcome groups. We have indoor/outdoor picnic facilities, weekend hayrides,
Wed. 3 p.m.-6:30 p.m. a gift shop, snack bar and typhoon pumpkin!
Corn maze and educational tours available.
Doud’s County Line Orchard Engelbrecht Orchards Cornucopia Farm Washington County Farmers’ Market
Courthouse Annex; 35 Public Square
Salem, IN 47167
7877 W 400 N 7766 Fruitwood Ln. 5444 N. Rutherford Hollow Rd. 812-883-4601
Wabash, IN 46992 Newburgh, IN 47630 Scottsburg, IN 47170 email@example.com
765-833-6122 812-853-8778 812-752-6694
firstname.lastname@example.org Mid-May through Oct.
www.cornucopiafarm.com Tue. and Sat. 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
www.doudqualityplus.com U-pick available. email@example.com
U-pick available. East of Hwy. 164 at the intersection of Hwy. 66 and 261 in New- Sep. 6 through Nov. 1,
burgh. Fri. 5 p.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Sun. 1 p.m.-8 p.m. Wayne County
Mon.-Sat. 1 p.m-6 p.m., Closed Sun. Oct. through Nov.
Located 2 mi. south and 1 mi. west of Roann, Ind. Wed.-Fri. 5 p.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-10 p.m.,
Willard Meyer Farms Sun. 1 p.m.-8 p.m. Bell’s Strawberry Farm
10288 State Road 68 E
J.L. Hawkins Family Farm Dale, IN 47523 From I-65 Exit 29 (Scottsburg) take Hwy 56 west about 8 mi.
812-536-3708 toward Salem. Turn north (right) on Rutherford Hollow Rd. 16447 State Road 38
1st farm driveway on left past Mt. Hebron Church of Christ. Hagerstown, IN 47346
Farm is 7/10 mi. from Hwy. 56. Follow the orange signs. 765-489-5753
10373 N 300 E Game preserve.
Visit us at the Washington County Farmers’ Market on Tue. www.eatmorestrawberries.com
North Manchester, IN 46962
and Sat. at the Fairgrounds, Salem, Ind. Cushaws, corn firstname.lastname@example.org
Wright’s Berry Farm stalks, fall items, Indian corn and straw available. Educational U-pick available.
www.hawkinsfamilyfarm.com group tours and hay rides available Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
May through Jul.
email@example.com by reservation. Corn maze, soybean maze, super straw
Mon.-Sat. 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Closed Sun.
5233 Anderson Rd. house, giant hillside slide, petting farm, milk-a-”cow”,
North Manchester Farmers’ Market Newburgh, IN 47639 ride-a-”horse”, big trike track, corn box and more. Restrooms
We are located 1 mi. west of Hagerstown, Ind. on SR 38.
812-853-6408 available. Half way between Indianapolis, Ind. and Dayton, Ohio. From
Downtown at the intersection of Main and SR 114.
North Manchester, IN 46962 U-pick available. I-70 take exit north to SR 1. Follow SR 1 north to the first
Vinetree Farm Winery flashing 4-way stop. Turn west and go through Hagerstown.
Jun. through Oct. Open for in season fruits and vegetables only. From the western edge of Hagerstown go exactly 1 mi.
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon Ready-picked strawberries also available. Watch for the strawberry signs (in season). Our drive way
is on the south side of the SR 38. It is easy to find us.
8343 W. Hardinburg Rd.
Wabash Farmers’ Market Hardinsburg, IN 47125 Asparagus: starts around Apr. 15. Strawberries: Memorial
275 W. Market St., Honeywell 812-472-3580 Day through Father’s Day. Raspberries and Blackberries:
Washington County start around July 4th. Please see our Web site for more
parking lot www.vinetreefarm.net
Wabash, IN 46992 firstname.lastname@example.org information.
260-563-0975 Bishop’s Homegrown
Fri. and Sat. 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sun. Noon-5 p.m. Biehl Family Farm Market
5604 S SR 60 1001 Chester Blvd.
Jun. through Oct. From Salem: take Hwy. 56 to W. School Rd. to Kays Chapel
Pekin, IN 47165 Richmond, IN 47374
Every Sat. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 812-967-2073 Rd. to H-burg Rd. then turn right. From Corydon: take Hwy.
135 to to 150 to Hardinsburg. From Paoli: take Hwy. 150 12 765-966-1700
www.homegrowngoodness.blogspot.com mi. to Hardinsburg. In Hardinsburg, take Sinking Creek Ln. to
email@example.com Centerville Farmers’ Market & Country Store
Warren County U-pick available. A farm of a different color. In 1996 we cleared 4.5 acres and
300 N. Morton Ave.
Centerville, IN 47330
Open daily 7 a.m.-7 p.m. started to work on our vineyard. In the spring of 1997 we 877-747-0212
Dispennett’s Orchard put our first vines in the ground, followed by an additional
Emphasis on “eco-logically” raised vegetables, flowers and firstname.lastname@example.org
994 E. Blvd. planting in the spring of 1998 and 1999. With a labor of love
herbs free of sythetic inputs. We also breed or select plants
Pine Village, IN 47975 and help from above we had our first full harvest in the fall Jun. 1 through Oct. 31
for higher nutrition and free amino acids. We are a very
765-385-2040 of 2000. We started out as a small vineyard that only grew Tue.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
bio-diverse farm, raising small crops of almost every table
grapes for local wineries but as the vineyard grew so did
vegetable in sustainable agriculture environments. We also
we. We now only grow grapes for wine that we produce and
produce our own farm fertilizers and are independent plant
bottle here at Vinetree Farm. Vinetree Farm is an estate
breeders, developing new varieties for organic agriculture,
Warrick County nutrition, taste and disease and pest tolerance.
winery, meaning we grow all of the fruit for our wines on-site
at the farm. Outdoor seating available. Handicap accessible.
Blind Horse Bottoms Farms
Ag Fun Fact
10622 Feldmeier Rd.
Lynnville, IN 47619 ISDA, through the guidance of the State Soil Conservation Board, administers the Clean
812-922-5498 Water Indiana Grants program to provide funding resources and programs to improve
Various classroom demonstrations and tours available. Indiana’s water quality and reduce erosion and sediment in our streams and rivers. Since
2005, $5.77 million in grants have been awarded to Soil and Water Conservation Districts
throughout the state.
Dougherty Orchards Inc. Roehler’s Christmas Tree Farm Mayer’s Greenhouse Whitley County
1117 Dougherty Rd.
1145 W 300 N Catalpa Farm
4812 National Rd. W. Bluffton, IN 46714
Cambridge City, IN 47327 Centerville, IN 47330 219-543-2265
U-pick available. 5502 N. State Road 9
www.doughertyorchards.com Columbia City, IN 46725
email@example.com May through Jun.
Triple B Strawberry Farm 260-691-3468
U-pick available. 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Jul. through Dec. Located 5 mi. northwest of Bluffton, 2 mi. west of Hwy. 116. May through Oct.
Open daily 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m.-6 p.m. 16477 State Road 38
Hagerstown, IN 47346 First and third Sat., 8 a.m.-Noon at the Columbia City
476-489-5753 Farmer’s Market.
Located 5 mi. northeast of Cambridge City on Dougherty Rd. Nov. through Apr.
Follow the Big Red Apple signs. U-pick available. White County First Sat. of the month, 8 a.m.-Noon at the farm.
Haunted hay rides and petting zoo available. A small farm growing heritage chickens (Delaware) and
Weiser Farms Natural Country Store Heartland Growers Farmers’ Market running a farm stand.
Historic Depot District Farmers’ Market .O.
C/O Prairie Moon Orchard & Market P Box 627
Monon, IN 47959
Depot Parking Lot, 900 North “E” St. 219-253-6383
Richmond, IN 47374 4017 Carlos Rd.
765-983-7396 Greens Fork, IN 47345
765-886-4121 Millers Tree Farm 5058 E 900 S
firstname.lastname@example.org www.localharvest.org/farms/M19816 11197 E 700 N Columbia City, IN 46725
Idaville, IN 47950 260-396-2390
Mon.-Fri. 4 p.m.-6 p.m.
Pine Ridge Farm A farm store selling their beef, chicken and eggs as well as
other groceries. Spring Creek Market
Whyte Horse Winery
9292 State Road 38
Greensfork, IN 47345 5109 W. U.S. Highway 30
765-886-5310 Wells County 1510 S. Airport Rd. Columbia City, IN 46725
Monticello, IN 47960 260-327-3484
Jul. through Oct., Mon.-Fri. 5 p.m.-8 p.m. 574-583-2345
Sat. and Sun. 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Drennen’s Pumpkin Kingdom
Located ½ mile west of Greensfork on SR 38. email@example.com
Tilbury Christmas Tree Farm
Indian corn also available. 6310 W 1100 S -90 Tue.-Sat. 11 a.m.-7 p.m.. Sun. 12 p.m.-6 p.m.
Montpelier, IN 47359
5714 S 400 E - 57
877-889-5201 Call for winter hours (Jan. through Mar.) and special event Churubusco, IN 46723
Price Farms www.pumpkinkingdom.com hours. 260-693-3157
U-pick available. Found in beautiful Monticello, Whyte Horse Winery opened in
Farm tours: 2006 and is set in a renovated 1886 farmhouse. The two-acre Tis The Season
Two miles west of Centerville on U.S. 40 vineyard grows Vignoles and Traminette grapes. Four
Centerville, IN 47330 Sep. 25 through Oct. 31
Fri. 4 p.m.-6 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. generations work in the vineyard and winery. Whyte Horse
765-825-9697 Winery sells many different styles of wine, dry to sweet! Be
or by appointment. 1185 N. Johnson Rd.
U-pick available. Farm stand: sure to stop by and taste what we have to offer! Specialty Columbia City, IN 46725
Jun. 1 through Dec. 1 labels, gourmet items/food, outdoor seating and banquet 260-693-6386
1 p.m.-6 p.m.
Tue.-Sat. 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Sun. 1 p.m.-5 p.m. facility available. Handicap accessible.
Located 2 mi. west of Centerville on U.S. 40 firstname.lastname@example.org
Located in southwest Wells County. Go 5 mi. south of SR
218 on 600 W, 2 mi. north of SR 18 on 200 E(Blackford Co.), Tourism Fun Fact We raise and sell pumpkins. They are sold on the farm in
Indian corn available. conjunction with a fall festival. We offer wholesale and retail.
2 mi. north of SR 18 on 200 E (Blackford Co.) 1 ¾ mi. east of
SR 3 on 1100 S.
BioTown, USA in Reynolds, the first We also offer field trip opportunities for schoolchildren and
Richmond Farmers’ Market community working toward producing home-schooled children. Activities include hay rides, corn
City parking lot at the intersection of N. 6th & N. “A” St. Tours include: Hay wagon ride, kids barnyard and corn maze. energy through renewable resources, is maze, straw maze, corn pet snacks and story time. We have
Richmond, IN 47374 We accept Visa and Mastercard. Corn stalk bundles, straw a haunted corn maze to fill the nights. For those that like
765-983-7396 currently in Phase II. The first step will
bales and Indian corn also available. to shop, we offer a gifts shop with fall crafts, candles and
be the construction of an anaerobic homemade food items such as salsas, chocolates and muffins
digester. An anaerobic digester for sale.
May 5 through Oct. 27 Tourism Fun Fact converts organic waste (yes, manure)
Tue. 4 p.m.-7 p.m.
into methane gas and carbon dioxide.
A dollar spent on tourism promotion
The methane gas is then converted into
generates $285 in economic impact.
electricity for BioTown.
Whitley County Farmers’ Market Farmers’ Market Listing County Farmers’ Market Listing County
Columbia City, IN 46725 38th & Meridian St. Farmers’ Market Marion Goshen Farmers’ Market Elkhart
260-248-2148 Abundant Life Church Farmers’ Market Marion Grant County Farmers’ Market Grant
www.localharvest.org/farmers-Markets/M21128 Albion Farmers’ Market Noble Greenfield Farmers’ Market Hancock
Allen County Ag Producer’s Association/ Greensburg/Decatur County Farmers’
May through Oct.
Sat. 8 a.m.-Noon South Side Farmers’ Market Allen Market Decatur
American Countryside Farmers’ Market Elkhart Greentown Farmers’ Market Howard
Farmers’ market in Whitley County (Columbia City). Angola Farmers’ Market Steuben Greenwood Farmers’ Market Johnson
Arts Place Farmers’ Market Jay Hartford City Farmers’ Market Blackford
Auburn Farm Market Dekalb Heartland Growers Farmers’ Market White
Auburn Farmers’ Market Dekalb Highland Parks & Recreation Dept.
Ag Fun Fact Farmers’ Market Lake
Barr Street Farmers’ Market Allen
Hoosiers bought more than $22 million Batesville Farmers’ Market Ripley Historic Depot District Farmers’ Market Wayne
in agricultural products directly from Bean Blossom Farmers’ Market Brown Historic Vincennes Farmers’ Market Knox
Bedford Farmers’ Market Lawrence Howe Farmers’ Market LaGrange
farmers in 2007. To find a producer near
Belleville Farm Market Hendricks Huntingburg Farmers’ Market Dubois
you go to the MarketMaker Web site at
Binford Farmers’ Market Marion Indianapolis Farmers’ Market Marion
www.inmarketmaker.com. Bloomingfoods East Farmers’ Market Monroe Irvington Farmers’ Market Marion
Bloomington Community Farmers’ Market Monroe Jasper Farmers’ Market Dubois
Bloomington Winter Farmers’ Market Monroe Jennings County Farmers’ Market Jennings
Bristol Farmers’ Market Elkhart Kendallville Farmer’s Market Noble
Broad Ripple Farmers’ Market Marion Kosciusko County Farmers’ Market Kosciusko
Brownsburg Chamber Farmers’ Market Hendricks Knox County Farmers’ Market Knox
Burton’s Maplewood Farm Jackson Kokomo Farmers’ Market Howard
Carmel Farmers’ Market Hamilton Lafayette Farmers’ Market Tippecanoe
Cass County Farmers’ Market Cass LaGrange Community Farmers’ Market LaGrange
Chesterton European Market Porter LaPorte Farmers’ Market
City of Bloomington Community Lawrenceburg Farmers’ Market Ripley
Farmers’ Market Monroe Leopold Farmers’ Market Perry
City of Crown Point’s Farmers’ Market Lake Logansport Farmers’ Market Cass
Clark County Farmers’ Market Clark Madison Farmers’ Market Jefferson
Clinton County Farmers’ Market Clinton Michigan City Farmers’ Market LaPorte
Columbia City Farmers’ Market Fayette Midwest Farmers’ Market LLC Elkhart
Community Farmers’ Market of Mill Race Center Farmers’ Market Elkhart
Owen County Owen Minnetrista Farmers’ Market Delaware
Connersville Farmers’ Market Fayette New Albany State Street Farmers’ Market Floyd
Connersville/Fayette Community New Castle Farmers’ Market Henry
Farmers’ Market Fayette Noblesville Main Street Farmers’ Market Hamilton
Copeland’s Family Farm Market North Manchester Farmers’ Market Wabash
and Greenhouse Marion Original Farmers’ Market at the
Corydon Farmers’ Market Harrison Indianapolis City Market Marion
Corydon Farmers’ Market Harrison Orleans-Orange County
Corydon Farmers’ Market Harrison Home Grown Farmers’ Market Orange
Crawfordsville Farmers’ Market Montgomery Owen County Farmers’ Market Owen
Crown Point Farmers’ Market Lake Pendleton Farmers’ Market Madison
Culver Farmers’ Market Marshall Plainfield Chamber of Commerce Farmers’ MarketHendricks
Cumberland Farmers’ Market Marion Plymouth Farmers’ Market Marshall
Danville Chamber Farmers’ Market Hendricks Portland Farmers’ Market Jay
Downtown Seymour Farmers’ Market Jackson Princeton Farmers’ Market Gibson
Downtown Terre Haute Farmers’ Market Vigo Putnam County Farmers’ Markets Putnam
Elwood Farmers’ Market Madison Rensselaer Farmers’ Market Jasper
English Farmers’ Market Crawford Richmond Farmers’ Market Wayne
Farmers’ Market at Minnetristra Ripley County Farmers’ Market (Milan) Ripley
Orchard Shop Delaware Ripley County Farmers’ Market (Osgood) Ripley
Fishers Farmers’ Market Hamilton Rising Sun Farmers’ Market Ohio
Franklin Farmers’ Market Johnson Roanoke Farmers’ Market Huntington
Fulton County Farmers’ Market Fulton Rochester Farmers’ Market Fulton
Farmers’ Market Listing County U-Pick Listing County U-Pick Listing County U-Pick Listing County
Sagamore West Farmers’ Market Tippecanoe Advanced Tree Technology Allen G.W. Stroh Orchards, Inc. Steuben Weyer Tree Farm Dubois
Shelby County Farmers’ Market Shelby Ahrens’ Garden of Eatin’ Dubois Gardening Without Cultivation Inc. Daviess Williams Orchard LaPorte
South Bend Farmers’ Market St. Joseph Alpine Berry Farm Ripley Garwood Orchard & Farm Market LaPorte Wilson Farm Market Hamilton
St. John’s Farmers’ Market Lake Anderson Orchards Morgan Goin’s Blueberry Lane LaPorte Windy Ridge Farms LLC Porter
Sulphur Hill Farm Gardens & Annie’s Orchard Tippecanoe Grandpa’s Farm Market Kosciusko Wolff’s Blueberries St. Joseph
South Side Farmers’ Market Allen Applacres, Inc. Lawrence Harper Valley Farms Decatur Wright’s Berry Farm Warrick
Switzerland County Farmers’ Market Switzerland Apple Hill Orchard Knox Hilger’s Friendly Market Allen Wysong’s Blueberries Noble
Tell City Farmers’ Market Perry Atherton’s Apple Farm St. Joseph Hillcrest Tree Farm Hancock Zylstra’s Blueberries Jasper
The Downtown Farmers’ Market Bartholomew Beasley Creek Farms Morgan Hog Wallow Farm Vermillion
The Original Farmers’ Market Madison Beech Road Blueberry Farm St. Joseph Huber Orchard, Winery & Vineyards Clark
Union City Farmers’ Market Randolph Bell’s Strawberry Farm Wayne Huntington Orchards Inc. Huntington
Valparaiso Farmers’ Market Porter Bender’s Orchard Noble Indiana Berry & Plant Company Dubois
Vevay Farmers’ Market Switzerland Berry Best Farm Clark Jacobs’ Family Orchard Henry
Wabash Farmers’ Market Wabash Berry Patch Dearborn Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant Clark
Washington County Farmers’ Market Adams Billy Boy’s Blueberry Barn LaPorte Johnson’s Farm Produce Lake
Washington County Farmers’ Market Washington Bishop’s Homegrown Washington Johnson’s Strawberry Farm Noble
Washington Township Farmers’ Market Hendricks Blank’s Nursery & Garden Center LaPorte Ken Williams Orchards LaPorte
Wednesday Farmers’ Market Monroe Blue Acres Farm Pulaski Lark Ranch Martin
Wednesday Farmers’ Market Spencer Blue Heron Vineyards Perry Lost Forty Tree Farm Hancock
Whitley County Farmers’ Market Whitley Blue Sky Berry Farm LaPorte Martin Acres LLC Tippecanoe
Winamac Farmers’ Market Pulaski Blueberries of Indiana LaPorte Mayer’s Greenhouse Wells
Zionsville Farmers’ Market Boone Blueberry Acres Noble Mayse Farm Market Vanderburgh
Blueberry Dune Farm LaPorte Miller’s Strawberries Tippecanoe
Blueberry Ranch St. Joseph Mowry’s Fruit Farm Lake
Bohman Christmas Tree Farm Decatur Neibert Produce & Berries Kosciusko
Bonnell’s Blueberry Patch Starke Parker’s Place Starke
Boondocks Farms Henry Pavolka Fruit Farm LaPorte
Brays You Pick Greene Peterson’s U-pick Strawberries LaPorte
Briar Patch Farm Marshall Prelock Blueberry Farm Tippecanoe
Bruick Brothers Produce, Inc. Pressel Strawberries Porter
and Advanced Tree Technology Allen Price Farms Wayne
Bryant’s Blueberries Harrison Radke Orchards LaPorte
Buch’s Berry Farm DeKalb Richards Nursery Tree Farm Decatur
Bud’s Farm Market Vanderburgh Roberts Tree Farm Jackson
Carolee’s Herb Farm Blackford Rosey’s Berry Farm LaPorte
Carter’s Strawberries and Mums Clinton Sand Creek Berry Farm Bartholomew
Cherrywood Farm Parke Siders’ Blueberry Farm Fulton
Clark’s Berry Farm Jennings Spencer Farm Hamilton
County Line Orchard Lake St. Joe Christmas Tree Farm Allen
Craft Orchard St. Joseph Stamper Farms & Gardens Hendricks
Doty Orchard Lawrence Stateline Blueberries LaPorte
Double W U-pick Pumpkin Ranch Clinton Stonycreek Farm Nursery and Landscaping Hamilton
Doud’s County Line Orchard Wabash Stumler’s Restaurant & Orchard Clark
Dougherty Orchards Inc. Wayne Sutton’s Orchard Scott
Drennen’s Pumpkin Kingdom Wells Swanee Orchards Vigo
Dulls Tree Farm Boone The Apple Works Johnson
Eberly Orchards St. Joseph The Blueberry Ranch St. Joseph
Eenigenburg Berry Farm Jasper The Farm Kosciusko
Eenigenburg’s North Berry Farm Jasper The Original Vander Molen Blueberry Farm Jasper
Egolf Christmas Trees, Inc. LaPorte Thistleberry Farm St. Joseph
Engelbrecht Orchards Vanderburgh U-Pick Listing County
Engelbrecht Orchards Warrick Triple B Strawberry Farm Wayne
Ever’s Farm Jasper Tuttle Orchards Hancock
Farlow’s Orchard Howard Van Kley’s Blueberries Jasper
Farview Orchard Inc. Posey Vic Virgil Kosciusko
Freeman Family Farms Monroe Waterman’s Farm Market Marion
Winery Listing County While driving throughout Indiana, watch for Other Listing County Other Listing County
wine trail signs to help guide you to Indiana’s
Anderson’s Orchard & Winery Porter wineries. “B” Honey LaGrange Coulter’s Farm Produce LaPorte
Best Vineyards Winery Harrison Adrian Orchards, Inc. Marion Country Christmas Tree Farm Henry
Blue Heron Vineyards Perry Wine trails are made up of several wineries, generally from Ahren’s Christmas Tree Farm Spencer Country Market Johnson
Brown County Wine Company Brown one region, working together to offer customers a local wine Alger Acres Blueberries LaPorte Coyote Creek Family Farms Switzerland
Brown County Winery Brown experience. Customers can travel from winery to winery while Allisonville Nursery Hamilton CozyNest Farm Parke
Buck Creek Winery Marion learning about the various wines produced in the state. Alton & Treva Kuhns Kosciusko Crème De La Crop Porter
Butler Winery Monroe Amish Acres Elkhart Curtis Orchard Steuben
Butler Winery “In-Town” Tasting Room Monroe For those traveling the trails, the participating wineries will Amishville USA Adams Davis Orchards Hendricks
offer suggestions for overnight accommodations and meals.
Butler Winery & Vineyard Monroe Anvil Angus Natural Beef Hancock Davis-Purdue Farms Randolph
Since the trails include visits to several wineries, everyone is
Carousel Winery Lawrence Apple Barn Madison Deatsman Farms Kosciusko
encouraged to designate a driver and drink responsibly.
Chateau de Pique Jackson Apple Family Farm Hancock Deer Creek Orchard Cass
Chateau Pomije Dearborn To obtain an event calendar and/or a color brochure with di- Auburn Farm Market Dekalb Deere Farms Harrison
Chateau Thomas Tasting Room Brown rectional map to Indiana’s wineries, contact the Indiana Wine B & N Farms Blackford DeGrandchamp’s Pumpkin Patch Allen
Chateau Thomas Winery Hendricks Grape Council at 800-832-WINE. Back to Basics Starke Denning Vineyards Perry
Denning Vineyards Perry Bailey’s Christmas Trees LaPorte Deutsch Kase Haus LaGrange
D’Vine Gallery LaGrange Indiana Uplands Trail Bartholomew Pumpkin Company Bartholomew Dillman Farm, Inc. Monroe
Easley Winery Marion Explore the Indiana Uplands Wine Trail nestled among the Beachside Garden Center LaPorte Dispennett’s Orchard Warren
Ertel Cellars Winery Ripley rolling hills of Southern Indiana. This trail showcases eight Beasley’s Orchards & Gardens/ DMT Enterprises Kosciusko
Ferrin’s Fruit Winery Lake wineries: Brown County Winery, Butler Winery & Vineyard, Heartland Apple Festival Hendricks Doud Orchards Miami
Carousel Winery, French Lick Winery, Huber Orchard, Winery
City Tasting Room Kosciusko Becky’s Market Boone Doug & Michelle Mayhew Kosciusko
& Vineyards, Oliver Winery, Turtle Run Winery and Winzer-
Ferrin’s Fruit Winery Hamilton Beiersdorfer Orchard Dearborn Drew Family Farms Porter
wald Winery. Whether you are a wine connoisseur or a nov-
French Lick Winery Orange ice, the Uplands Wine Trail will have an award-winning wine to Belleville Farm Market Hendricks Dudeck’s Pine Country LaPorte
Grape Inspirations Winery Hamilton satisfy your palate. Benedict’s Nursery Kosciusko D’Vine Gallery LaGrange
Grovertown Fruit Farm Starke Bennett’s Orchard Hendricks Eagle Creek Farms Market LLC Kosciusko
Huber Orchard, Winery & Vineyards Clark Uplands Wine Trail has two starting points--the Central Trail Biehl Family Farm Market Wayne Ed Boggs Farms Kosciusko
Indian Creek Winery Harrison or the Southern Trail-- to accommodate folks starting from Big Creek Fish Farm Posey Eenigenburg’s North Berry Farm Jasper
Kapp Winery Dubois either the Central or Southern region of the state. Billie Creek Village Parke Engleking’s Country Beef Shop Hancock
Lake Michigan Winery Lake Birky Family Farms Country Market Porter English’s Buffalo Farm Putnam
Lanthier Winery Jefferson www.indianauplands.com Bishop Farms Kosciusko Ephraim Farm Store Pulaski
Madison Vineyards Estate Winery B&B Jefferson Blind Horse Bottoms Farms Warrick Ewen’s Farm Market Lake
Indiana Wine Trail
New Day Meadery Madison Blue Spruce Alpacas LaPorte Exploration Acres Tippecanoe
Sample a taste of history and explore the Indiana Wine Trail.
Oak Hill Winery Miami Bonnie’s Punkins Pulaski Fair Oaks Farms Jasper
Southeast Indiana – and in particular Switzerland County – is
Oliver Winery Monroe known as the birthplace of the American wine industry be- Bristol Farmers’ Market Elkhart Fall Farm Market/Agritourism Ripley
Satek Winery Steuben cause it was the site of the first successful winery established Broken Wagon Bison Porter FALL, All Over the Place, Hensler Nursery Inc. Starke
Seven Springs Winery Harrison in America. The winery was founded by Swiss immigrant Bugle Valley Elk Farm Putnam FD Miller Feeds LaGrange
Shadey Lake Winery Bartholomew Jean Jacques Dufour (also known as John James), with the Bullard’s Farm Market and Greenhouse Elkhart Felke Florist & Greenhouse Marshall
Simmons Winery - Tasting Room Bartholomew first grapes harvested sometime around 1806 or 1807. The Burek Farm LaPorte First Stage Greenhouses Starke
Simmons Winery & Nortonburg Indiana Wine Trail showcases six wineries: Ertel Cellars Win- Burton’s Maplewood Farm Jackson Fischer’s Pumpkin Patch LaPorte
Wine Garden Facility Bartholomew ery, Lanthier Winery, Madison Vineyards Estate Winery - Bed Bush’s Market Bartholomew Flying V Tree Ranch Allen
Stream Cliff Herb Farm, and Breakfast, Stream Cliff Farm Winery, The Ridge Winery Buttonwoods at Sycamore Farm Vigo Fools Hill Farm LaGrange
Tearoom and Winery Jennings and Thomas Family Winery. Campbell’s Pumpkin Patch Wabash Fragrant Farms Inc. Posey
The Ridge Winery Tasting Room Switzerland Carley Elk Farm Hamilton Frazier Farms Whitley
Thomas Family Winery Jefferson Cartlidge Christmas Trees Hendricks Fritts Berry Farm Jasper
Turtle Run Winery Harrison Indy Wine Trail Catalpa Farm Whitley Garden Gate Greenhouse, Inc.
Vinetree Farm Winery Washington Just minutes from downtown Indianapolis you can explore Cedar Hill Gardens LaPorte DBA SeaseScapes Miami
Whyte Horse Winery White seven award-winning wineries! From urban settings to roll- Cherrywood Farm Parke Gardener’s Market Marion
Wildcat Creek Winery Tippecanoe ing vineyards, you’ll experience the many styles of Indiana Clayton’s LaPorte Gatewood Vegetable Farm and Greenhouses Hamilton
Wilson Winery Randolph winemakers. The Indy Wine Trail includes: Buck Creek Win- Clearspring Acres LaGrange Gelhausen Garden Shop Dubois
Windy Knoll Winery Knox ery, Chateau Thomas Winery, Easley Winery, Ferrin’s Fruit Cole’s Fresh Market Tipton Goebel’s Christmas Trees Vanderburgh
Wine Cellar Supply Elkhart Winery, Grape Inspirations Winery, Mallow Run Winery and Conner Prairie Hamilton Goley’s Orchard Jefferson
Winzerwald Winery Perry Simmons Winery . Visit all seven wineries and receive a free Cook’s Bison Ranch LaGrange Grabow Orchard Madison
gift, compliments of the Indy Wine Trail. Cooley Family Farm Tippecanoe Greenfield Mills LaGrange
Copeland’s Family Farm Market Gregory’s Orchards Morgan
and Greenhouse Marion Grovertown Fruit Farm Starke
Core Farms Owen Guse Christmas Trees LaPorte
Cornucopia Farm Washington Guse Corn Maze LaPorte
Other Listing County Other Listing County Other Listing County Other Listing County
H & H Flowers Sunkissed Organics LaPorte Lakeview Orchard Spencer Ramer’s Farm Market Fulton Topeka Seed & Stove LaGrange
Hackman Market Jackson Lamb’s Melon Market Sullivan Ramsey Orchard Knox Traders Point Creamery Green Market Boone
Hackman Tree Farm Bartholomew LeCount’s Strawberry Farm Noble Ray’s Market Daviess Turkey Creek Alpacas, LLC Kosciusko
Hackman’s Farm Market Bartholomew Lee Beer Farms, Inc. Kosciusko Reimann’s Farm Market Vanderburgh Utopia Watergardens LaPorte
Hainlen Orchard Grant Lemper Farms Dekalb Rita’s Backyard Hamilton Vic Virgil Kosciusko
Hampshire Herb Garden Marshall Luedtke Blueberry Farms LLC Jasper Roberts Tree Farm Jackson Village Market Parke
Harper Christmas Tree Farm Perry Lueken Dairy Farm Dubois Roby Family Apriary & Farm Pulaski Virgil Farm Kosciusko
Harvest Time Orchard Fayette Mallow Run Winery Johnson Roehler’s Christmas Tree Farm Wayne Wabash Farmers’ Market Wabash
Hasenour Organic Produce Dubois Mark & Kim Maxwell Farms Porter Roseland Garden Center St. Joseph Walstra Blueberries Jasper
Hasting Plants Posey Mark’s Farm Market & Greenhouses LaPorte Russell Farms Pumpkin Patch Hamilton Watts Family Farms Marshall
Hatton’s Farm Market & Greenhouse, Inc. Decatur Marling Farm Gibson Russell Sheep Company Delaware Weiser Farms Natural Country Store Wayne
Hawley Farms Kosciusko Martha’s Orchard Hendricks Russell’s Farm Newton Whipker’s Market & Greenhouse Bartholomew
Heath Family Tree Farms Inc. Bartholomew Mary Rose Herb Farm Perry Rusty Acres Orchard Fayette White Violet Center for Eco-Justice Vigo
Helms Greenhouse Spencer Matthys Farm Market St. Joseph S&E Produce and Flowers Johnson Whiteland Orchard Johnson
Hensler Nursery Inc. Starke McClure’s Tate Orchard and Apple Dumplin’ Inn Miami Salatin’s Orchard Dearborn White’s Tree Farm LaPorte
Hentrup Farms Clark McDivitt Farms Fayette Sanders Farm Porter Whyte Horse Winery White
Highpoint Orchard and Farm Market Decatur Melon Acres Knox Sandlady’s Gourd Farm Fountain Wichman’s Farm Market Daviess
Hilltop Orchids Inc. Putnam Meurer Fields Posey Schererville’s International Market Lake Wild Winds Buffalo Preserve Steuben
Historic Prophetstown Tippecanoe Millers Orchard, Inc. Elkhart Schmucker’s Produce Market Allen Willard Meyer Farms Warrick
Hobbit Gardens/Erth Gatherings Putnam Millers Tree Farm White Season’s Harmony Farm Kosciusko Wil-Lin Acres Kosciusko
Hobson’s Farm and Greenhouse Parke Montgomery Farms Scott Sickels Tree Farm Randolph Willow Creek Farm Kosciusko
Holbrook Markets Pulaski Musgrave Orchard & Co. Monroe Skiles Market, Orchard, and Greenhouse Clinton Willow Tree Hill Farm Steuben
Holly Pines Christmas Tree Farm Jay Nashville Village Market Brown Slater’s Fruit House Kosciusko Willowfield Lavender Farm Morgan
Honeyville Fedd & Farm LaGrange National Maple Syrup Festival C/O Smith Family Farms Madison Wilmot Milling Company Kosciusko
Hoosier Bison Kosciusko Burton’s Maplewood Farm Jackson Sno-Man Christmas Trees LaPorte Wise Family Farm Kosciusko
Hoosier Honey Monroe Nature Lane Greenhouse LaGrange Snow Hill Christmas Trees Randolph Woodlawn Nature Center Harvest Market Elkhart
Huber Farms LaPorte Nature’s Way Farm Kosciusko Snyder’s Farm Market Dearborn Woodside Farm Bed & Breakfast Boone
Hunter’s Honey Farm Morgan Nesbitt Orchards Knox Sommers Angus Farm Kosciusko Woody-View Farms Porter
Ide’s Tree Farm Cass Nettles Christmas Tree Farm Johnson South Main Street Fruit Market Madison Yeager’s Greenhouses Porter
J.L. Hawkins Family Farm Wabash New Day Meadery Madison Spring Creek Market Whitley Yoder Meat & Cheese LaGrange
Jansen’s Michigan Fruit Market Inc. Lake Nienaber’s Farm Market Bartholomew Stangland Blueberry Farm Noble Yoder Popcorn LaGrange
Jenkins Greenhouse and Florists Dubois Northern Tropics Delaware Stone Ridge Landscaping Inc. Elkhart Yoder Produce LaGrange
JNJ Organic Farm Porter Northside Home & Garden LaGrange Stoney Acres LaGrange
Joe Huber’s Family Farm & Restaurant Clark Orchard Hill Farms Noble Stout’s Melody Acres Johnson
John Young Farms Morgan Orleans-Orange County Home Grown Stuckey Farm Market Hamilton
Johns Strawberry Patch Boone Farmers’ Market Orange Stumler’s Restaurant & Orchard Clark
Johnsons’ Natural Harvest Henry Ousley’s Harvest Gardens Madison Sunny Meadow Farm Cheese Marshall
Juniper Hill Nursery LaGrange Parker’s Place Starke Sunrise Orchards Elkhart
K&K Soy Products Kosciusko Pauley’s Farm Market Boone Superb Horticulture and Pickin Patch Marshall
Kamman’s Farm Market Jackson Peach Tree Grove Porter Taylor’s Farm Market Johnson
Keel’s Country Corner Porter Perennial Galore Greenhouse LaPorte Teel Orchard Kosciusko
Kehrein Orchard Hendricks Pertics Blueberry Marshall The Barefoot Artisan Grant
Kelsay Farm Tours, LLC Johnson Pickett’s Sorghum Farm Hamilton The Country Market Boone
Kercher’s Sunrise Orchards Elkhart Pickin Patch Marshall The Downtown Farm Stand Delaware
Kestler Farms, LLC Ripley Pine Ridge Farm Wayne The Forest Discovery Center Clark
Kingma Greenhouse LLC Jasper Pine Ridge Tree Farms (Helt’s Pines) Grant The Old Farm Market Hendricks
Kline’s Bison Marshall Piney Acres Farm Hancock The Olde Farmhouse Kosciusko
Knapp’s Knee-High Miniature Horses LaPorte Prairie Acres Knox The Produce Patch Daviess
Knudson Produce Farm Ripley Prairie Hills Bison LaPorte The Punkin’ Shed Clark
Koziel Farm St. Joseph Prairie Moon Orchard Pulaski The Tower Orchards Inc. Crawford
Kuhn’s Orchard Rush Prairie Trail Farm Elkhart The Yoder Farm Allen
Kurtz Produce/Greenhouse LaGrange Premium Pastured Poultry Kosciusko Thistle Byre Farm Inc. Carroll
L&K Produce Kosciusko Price Nurseries, Inc. Marshall Tigler’s Nursery Miami
Lacey’s Landscaping LaGrange Pumpkin Patch Market Elkhart Tilbury Christmas Tree Farm Whitley
Lahrman’s Farm Market Jackson Pumpkin Patch Produce Market LaGrange TipTop Farms Tippecanoe
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