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Orchard & Markets


  Beiersdorfer Orchard

Located on 75 acres in Guilford, Beiersdorfer Orchard is owned and operated by Hilda Beiersdorfer and family. Here you will find rows and rows of fruit trees where the apples are picked and washed before selling. Some are processed into cider and apple butter. The farm market has a variety of items for sale, including homegrown apples, peaches and plums, along with products for canning. Because the Beierdorfers are able to store the apples, the orchard makes cider year-round.

Tours for children and adults are also available. For more information call Hilda at 812-487-2695.

Business Hours at Beiersdorfer Orchard:
Monday - Saturday, 9 am. - 6 pm
Sunday, 1 pm - 6 pm

Beiersdorfer Orchard

21874 Kuebel Road
Guilford, IN 47022

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  Bright Farmer's Market
3PM-6:30PM Fridays at the Presbyterian Church parking lot at corner of State Line & Salt Fork Rds.

Open mid May through mid October.

Selling produce, baked goods, eggs, local meats, plants, flowers and more.

Beiersdorfer Orchard


23983 Salt Fork Road
Bright, Indiana  47025

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  Busse's Farm

Margaret and Wayne Busse are the owners of Busse's Farm, 7096 State Route 48, Aurora. The farm offers a wide variety of bedding plants for purchase, including 19 different varieties of tomatoes, peppers, zucchini, eggplant and herbs. In the fall, choose from approximately 2,500 pumpkins and 500 gourds, or pick from the farm's vast selection of mums.

Business hours at Busse's Farm:
April 1-November 1 9 am - dark
(All times are EDST/Cincinnati time).

Busse's Farm usually recommends that you call before coming to ensure they are open.

For more information, or to schedule a tour, contact Margaret or Wayne at 812-926-1807

Busse Farm

7096 State Route 48
Aurora, IN 47001


 Dillsboro Farmers Market

Every Saturday, beginning June 27th from 8-11am, a Farmers Market will be held near Heritage Pointe (corner of North & Bank) in Dillsboro.

For more information, contact Susan Grecco at 812-432-3243.

Heritage Pointe (corner of North & Bank) in Dillsboro.


  Greystone Farm Produce Stand

Greystone Farm supplies a variety of high quality and locally grown produce.  Family owned and operated by Kelly and Adam Young.

Fall farm items for sale are corn stalks, straw, gourds, carving pumpkins, pie pumpkins, mini pumpkins, Indian corn and more.  Other items from a few local farms include Beiersdorfer's apple cider, apple and pumpkin butter and apples from Crosby Orchard.

Springtime selections include buckwheat and alfalfa/clover honey, green onions, herb plants, free-ranged chickens and Tennessee tomatoes.

Farm-raised freezer beef, pork, chicken and rabbit, brown eggs and local honey.  Seasonal produce, they have a variety of peppers (hot and sweet), eggplant, potatoes, yams, beets, turnips, cabbage, candy onions, acorn squash, pears and string beans.

Business hours:
Open 7 days a week through the end of October, 11am - 7pm.

for more information call 812-926-2132 or

15412 Wilson Creek Road
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025


  Lawrenceburg Farmer's Market
9AM-1PM, High Street Parking Lot next to Books on High, downtown Lawrenceburg.

Every Saturday from May 9 - September 19, 2015. Seasonal produce, baked goods and more.

Information: 812 537-450
Lawrenceburg Main Street


High Street Parking Lot next to Books on High, Downtown Lawrenceburg

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  Lobenstein’s Farm
Located in the northern part of the county, Lobenstein’s Farm is home to one of Southeastern Indiana’s largest pumpkin festivals. The annual festival is held the first three weekends in October and draws about 30,000 people annually. Visitors are able to pick their own pumpkins from the field, enjoy hayrides, craft booths and a petting zoo. Lobenstein’s Farm is located in St. Leon approximately 30 miles from Cincinnati and three miles from I-74. For more information and directions to Lobenstein’s Farm, call 812-576-3177.


29703 Post Road
St. Leon, IN 47032


  Mt. Tabor Alpaca Farm

An 89-acre farm located in the rolling Southeast Indiana countryside, Mt. Tabor Alpaca Farm is a great destination for groups of all ages! This popular agritourism spot is home to a large herd of alpacas, the gentle animals prized for the super-soft fiber. Somewhat similar to llama in appearance, domesticated alpacas are originally from South America and live in herds. Enjoy a special behind-the-scenes tour of this scenic farm, where you will learn more about these magnificent animals and meet the farm’s other inhabitants, including goats, honeybees and horses.
Tour - $5 adults, $2 children
Advance reservations required, 812-926-3732. 


9267 Mt. Tabor Rd., Aurora IN 47001

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  Phillips Berry Patch
The Very Berry Patch can be found at 9429 York Ridge Road in New Alsace. Owners James and Darlene Phillips have a variety of items depending on season, including berries, pumpkins, gourds and mums. Business hours at The Very Berry Patch vary according to season, so you may wish to call before visiting. For further information or directions, call 812-623-1433.

Verry Berry Patch

9429 York Ridge Road
New Alsace, IN


  Salatin's Orchard
Donna and Richard Salatin started their orchard in 1984 as a hobby. It has since grown into a full-time business. Located on Chesterville Road in Moores Hill, Salatin's Orchard grows and sells 24 varieties of apples. The Salatins also make their own cider. Apples that have fallen on the ground, however, are never used for cider or sold. Instead, the fallen apples are donated to the Red Wolf Sanctuary in Rising Sun to feed the bears that live there.

Business hours at Salatin’s Orchard:
Monday-Sunday, 10 am - 7 pm
(All times are EDST/Cincinnati time).

Berries, pears, winter squash, honey and apple butter also are grown or produced and sold at Salatin’s, depending on season. To learn more, or to find out about taking a tour, call Donna or Richard at 812-744-3481.

Salatin Orchard


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