Forgot-N-Tymes – Louisa, KY
Adelard Produce – Huntington, WV
Asberry Farm – Salt Rock, WV
Back Acher Farms – Rush, KY
Byrnside Branch Farm – Union, WV
Call Farm – Milton, WV
Crackerjack Farms – Willow Wood, OH
DJ Produce – Huntington, WV
Down on the Creek – Greenville, WV
Four Kids Farm – Red House, WV
Fowler Farms – Crown City, OH
Fuhrmann Orchards – Wheelersburg, OH
Fungaia LLC – Huntington, WV
Gardner Farms – Waverly, WV
Gritt’s Midway Greenhouse – Red House, WV
H & W Farm – Leon, WV
Harveytown Hide-A-Way – Huntington, WV
Head & Heart Farm – Glenwood, WV
Homplace Farm – South Shore, KY
J&B Stallo Farms – Pedro, OH
Joe Salyers – Ashland, KY
John Crihfield Farm – Gandeeville, OH
Killer Bee Goodwater Farm – Hurricane, WV
Kim’s Greenhouse – Milton, WV
K-Preserve – Portsmouth, OH
Larry Foster Farm – Fraziers Bottom, WV
Last Frontier Farm – Olive Hill, KY
Lavalette Nursery – Lavalette, WV
LeJa Produce – Hurricane, WV
Lewis Bodimer – Gallipolis, OH
Little Patch on the Lane/Tyler Creek Farm
Little Valley – West Hamlin, WV
Marmat Farm – Friars Hill, WV
Mil-Ton Farms – Ona, WV
Nicholas Family Farm – Milton, WV
Noni’s Farm – Huntington, WV
Ogre Nick Gardens – Huntington, WV
Paradise Farms – Dunbar, WV
Perennial Favorites Greenhouse – Huntington, WV
Poppy’s – South Point, OH
Porter Farm – Scottown, OH
Ridge Lake Farm – Barboursville, OH
Ridgetop Farm – Huntington, WV
Sammy Steamer Farms – Huntington, WV
Sandy Widdifield – Hurricane, WV
SCRATCH Project – Huntington, WV
Shady Oaks Farm – Poca, WV
Strow Family Farm – Scottown, OH
Summerfield Farm – Catlettsburg, KY
Thankful Valley Farm – Leon, WV
The Potager – Hurricane, WV
Tignor Farms – Elkview, WV
Twin Maple Farms – Milton, WV
Untamed Garden – Patriot, OH
White’s Woodland Nursery
WIT Farm
WV Veterans to Agriculture
Young’s Farm Produce – Buffalo, WV
Yellow Goat Farm – Proctorville, OH

2 Responses to Produce

  1. Dee Watson says:

    How long do you have fresh farmers products?

    • BethAnn Earl says:

      We are open year round and have meat and diary all year. During November through March produce does get a little thin, but there is always something available. Normally greens, lettuces, and other cool weather crops that can be grown in high tunnels.

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