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Our job here at Hoosier Harvest Market is to support local farmers and producers. With the help of our volunteer-led Board of Directors and other hard-working volunteers, we get good, local food to folks all over the region, and help share the goodness that is grown locally. 

 

2Morrow's Farms (Saint Paul, Indiana)

Michael and Anna Morrow raise heritage chickens (Buff Orpington, Rhode Island Red, Barred Rock, White Rock and Delaware) for meat, and Cinnamon Queens for brown eggs. They also raise turkeys, lamb, and veal.

Fresh farm raised eggs and more...

Arnold Farm (Rushville, Indiana)

Arnold Farms is in the process of transitioning a 200 year old family farm from a conventional grain and livestock operation toward a diversified system that is sustainable and regenerative for the environment, our family, and the community. The Arnold family first settled in Rush County in 1820 and have been farming there ever since. The farm followed a typical path for the region, beginning as a highly diversified farm where the Arnold family raised a wide range of livestock and crops. As the nation grew and growing urban populations demanded greater quantities of food, the farm began to specialize in a few grains and livestock while adopting new technologies. At Arnold Farms there are often four generations all working together to get ready for market, keep the weeds at bay, and make sure everything runs smoothly.

Bastin Honey Bee Farm (Knightstown, Indiana)

Bastin Honey Bee Farm is a family owned and operated company located in Knightstown Indiana. We raise and sell honey bees, bee equipment, honey and honey products like candles and soap.

We strive to help beekeepers of all skill levels, from beginners to the more advanced.

Berry Goods Farm LLC is a small family owned farm in Hancock county Indiana that was formed in 2014 by Amy Surburg, an engineer turned homemaker and farmer. Amy has a passion for growing good food.  She grows produce, eggs, strawberries, and turkeys.  Berry Goods Farm is Snail Approved by Slow Food Indy.

Locally grown and raised produce, eggs and poultry

Blue River Natural Foods (Greenfield, Indiana)

Our farm has been in the family since 1947 when Earl's grandparents bought the farm. We are nestled in the southeast corner of Hancock County with 1 mile of Blue River and 1/4 mile of Nameless Creek on the property. Earl grew up on the farm, as his parents built a house on the property when they got married, Earl and Barb's son now lives in that house and Barb and Earl live in Earl's grandparents home. Their son, Michael, does a lot of the day to day farm work including caring for the animals. The farm is 167 acres in total. Part of the farm is in permanent pasture and woods.

Caprini Creamery is located in Spiceland, about 40 miles east of Indianapolis and owned by husband and wife team, Mike Hoopengardner and Kristy Kikly. As a research scientist with Eli Lilly, Kristy's knowledge of microbiology dovetailed beautifully with the art of cheese making, and soon she and Mike developed a plan to expand their operation into a full-fledged creamery. Caprini is a Slow Food Indy Snail of Approval recipient!

Where science and art meet cheese

Daisy Hill Farm (Greensfork, Indiana)

We are a family owned and operated sustainable 65 acre farm that specializes in pasture raised heritage livestock. Our goal is to raise quality healthy meats while improving the land that God entrusted to us.

Heritage breed livestock and poultry

Englebrecht Countryside Orchard (Newburgh, Indiana)

The orchard is owned today by Joe Black, who founded Apple Hill Orchard in Knox County, and is managed by his daughter Kristi and her husband, Tim Schulz. The current orchard location, on Old Petersburg Road near Highway 57, was developed by Bill Engelbrecht and his son Joe, and was purchased by Black in 2014. The 40-acre orchard grows a variety of tree fruit, including peaches, apples, nectarines, pumpkins, and cherries.

Peaches, apples, nectarines, pumpkins, cherries and more

Robert and Darlene Engleking are full time farmers and owners of Engleking's Country Beef Shop, located in Eastern Hancock County. They provide high quality meat (beef and pork) fed with flavor-enriching home grown grain on open pasture without the use of hormones, steroids, or antibiotics.

Beef and pork

Garcia’s Gardens is a small but mighty farm providing healthy food to the Lawrence/Indianapolis area. They grow a variety of fresh produce using organic methods.  Garcia’s Gardens is located on the east side of Indianapolis, growing produce using natural methods, meaning they do not use any chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides.

Come jon the local food system!

Garlic Boss (Francesville, Indiana)

Our farm is called Music Acres, and we have over 50 years of farming experience on this land in northwest Indiana nestled about 50 miles North of Lafayette just south of the region.  Music Acres is an independently-owned, farm-to-table operation that takes a great amount of pride in producing our garlic varieties the natural way. We only sell what we grow, and we do it naturally!  We are Certified Naturally Grown, and our goal is to provide you with the best garlic whether for cooking your favorite recipes or planting your own glorious garlic garden.  I hope you love our garlic as much as we do!

Certified Naturally Grown

Greenfield Coffee Company is a local family business owned and operated in Hancock County, Indiana that focuses on sustainably-sourced and carefully roasted coffee beans. 

Local micro-roasters of organic coffee

GreenRiver Greenhouse (Peru, Indiana)

GreenRiver Green House is located in Peru, Indiana.  GreenRiver Green House is unique because it is an Aquaponic farm which is an alternative farming system. This type of farming uses the combination of Aquaponics (raising fish) and Hydronponic ( growing plants in water, we use a floating raft system). The fish creates a natural fertilizer of nutrient rich water for the pepper plants. Then the pepper plants purify the water for the fish. This creates a perfect alternative to soil farming.

At GreenRiver we buy a fish called Tilapia as "fingerlings" and raise them (in a controlled environment hut 3,200 sq ft) to the right size, then transfer them to the grow beds in the 16,000 sq ft greenhouse where they naturally fertilize the water for the pepper plants that are growing on floating rafts. GreenRiver is a year round producing greenhouse.

Family- opetated, aquaponic farm

Healthy Roots (Rushville, Indiana)

Healthy Roots sprouted in early 2017. Our goal is to help address the demand for locally-grown, organic produce that can be grown year round.

In our current facility, we're growing a variety of leafy greens, herbs, micro greens, and wheatgrass; with the potential to expand to mushrooms. All of our products are certified USDA Organic.

Our living herbs are grown in soil but the lettuces and most of our cut herbs are total hydroponics.  We use NFT channels so our plugs sit down in these 8ft by 4in by 1in channels and a small stream of water runs along the bottom of the channel.  We mostly use the mineral solution only in channels but have a small amount of plants in perlite as well

Their goal is to help address the demand for locally-grown, organic produce that can be grown year round.

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Hidden Pond Farm provides local folks with healthy, tradition-crafted raw lacto-fermented Sauerkrauts, KimChi, Kvass, and Kombucha, along with a variety of other fermented products. Ketchup, tonics, syrups and more.

Healthy, fermented foods

Jacobs & Brichford (Connersville, Indiana)

Located in the Whitewater Valley in Southeastern Indiana, we are producers of raw milk cheese on our family’s Hoosier Homestead Farm. We make cheese from our solely grass-fed dairy cows.

At Jacobs and Brichford, we proudly produce three delicious varieties of farmstead artisan cheese. All of our cheese is processed with raw milk, sourced only from our farm’s grass-fed herd.

Cheese

JD Nieman Family Farm (Saint Paul, Indiana)

We are John and Debbie Nieman and we farm corn and soybeans in Southeastern Shelby County.  We also grow and bale hay.  We started out with 100 laying hens, and have expanded to now having approximately 275 hens that are free-range.  My husband continues to expand the farm over the past year, by adding a couple calves for freezer beef.  We love growing our own food and canning in the summer from our gardens.  We are very busy between full-time jobs, the farm, and our 3 young children.

Our chickens are free range, and in the summer they are rotated on fresh grass.

Patty Lange Reding and her four sons run the Lange family farm located in Decatur County, southeast Indiana. The farm maintains diversified enterprises including a small cow/calf herd of Angus crossbreds which provide for direct sales of grass-fed and traditional corn fed beef. Crops raised include traditional grains and hay, plus food-grade products like certified organic popcorn, small red beans, wheat, and spelt. The farm also maintains a certified organic grain cleaning facility.

Six-Generation Family Farm

LocalFolks Foods (Sheridan, Indiana)

LocalFolks Foods is proud to produce a variety of wholesome natural foods that capture the flavorful abundance of America’s Midwest farm region. Our ingredients are harvested at their peak of ripeness to bring you the delicious “Flavor of the Midwest.” We are committed to providing the best of our country’s heartland bounty to your table year-round.

The flavor of the midwest

Mount Vernon Microgreens (McCordsville, Indiana)

We plant with non-GMO seeds and grow on non-chemically treated coconut fiber pads in food safe dough proofing trays.  We use filtered water and energy efficient LED lights in our indoor hydroponic farm which allows year round operations.  We never use fertilizers, herbicides, pesticides, or soil for true purity. 

Climate controlled vertical hydroponics microgreens in McCordsville

Nature’s Gift, a USDA certified organic farm, is committed to providing locally grown quality produce. We believe produce that hasn’t traveled cross-nation or globally translates to the highest quality of nutrients and flavors.

Fresh veggies all year long

Poppin' Cobs (Indianapolis, Indiana)

Josh & Adam's popcorn is grown, harvested and packaged on our farm in Southern Indiana. We are committed to producing high quality, fun, and unique products, and we hope you enjoy our popcorn as much as we do!

Popcorn!

RJ Honey (Lebanon, Indiana)

Richard and Jeff have been keeping bees since 2008. They started with one hive to ‘have some fun’. That fun has expanded to 80 hives (and growing) to serve the lover of local honey. They also sell bees and bee keeping equipment and enjoy helping new beekeepers succeed in beekeeping.

Local. Raw. Delicious!

Shamrock Farm (Arlington, Indiana)

I have been growing mushrooms locally since 2012. I supply many of the top chefs and niche grocers in central Indiana. You can also find me at farmers markets throughout the year. These mushrooms are grown using organic practices (certification is being applied for).

Mushrooms!

Souder Farm Sweet Corn started in the summer of 1985. In 1996, they farm hoop barn was built, where they still sell corn at the farm.  The next expansion was to other produce, pies and more. Products can also be bought in fresh frozen all year round.

Indiana sweet corn and more...

Pork Products including Pork chops, ham steaks, ground bulk sausage, ground bulk Italian sausage, pork burgers, loin roast, shoulder roast, bacon and pepper bacon.

Locally raised pork products

Well Done Beef raises all-natural Angus steers and heifers on their 5th generation farm near Greenfield.  The cattle are on pasture the entire time, no confinement facilities.  Wedobeco does not use any hormones or antibiotics. 

Family cattle farm raising all-natural Angus beef

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