On Saturday we officially opened the Dry Creek Farm Stand. The farm stand is a collaboration between us and a few of our neighbors that will hopefully allow us to market the production of several farms directly to customers. We don’t have any truly viable farmers’ markets within an hour of us, so this is our attempt to create a new marketplace and take advantage of our farm’s location on the “main drag” through the area.
On this first day we had products from 4 farms for sale – our farm, KY Family Farm, and two of the Amish farms contributed. We had laying hens, rabbits, frozen chicken, eggs, asparagus, cabbage, beets, Swiss chard, broccoli, lettuces, peas, carrots, turnips, and mustard greens for sale.
Now we just need customers, so if you live in or around the tri-county area (makes the confluence of Casey, Adair, and Taylor counties seem large and important) you should make it a point to stop by and check out the Dry Creek Farm Stand. We will be open every Saturday spring through fall from 9 am until 1 pm.
See you there!