Amish Pie squash
This squash originated with Amish gardeners in the mountains of Maryland. The oval-shaped and slightly pointed squash can weigh up to 75 pounds. The Amish Pie Squash has pale orange flesh that is thick, sweet and moist.
We carry our own farm products as well as locally produced products from artisan farmers from Tennessee and Kentucky. All of the products available from our website are raised without chemicals and in a sustainable manner. All animal products are 100% grass fed and finished and dairy products are made with raw milk. (more...)
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This is Rhizosphere Farm's fifth year growing Certified Naturally Grown vegetables in the lovely Loess Hills after five years of training in organic vegetable farming. We strive to grow the healthiest and most wondrous vegetables possible focusing on heirlooms. Diversity is a main precept, and we take food seriously and joyfully. (more...)
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Nestled in the rolling hills of Southern Indiana, our historic farm homestead is now home to over 100 beautiful alpacas as well as our naturally-tended gardens and orchards. We specialize in garlic along with a variety of other produce, all as lovingly tended as our alpaca friends. (more...)
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