Deerfield Market

Deerfield Market is our Mobile Farm Market we bring to town featuring a full line of fruits and vegetables. During the growing season our trailer is loaded with our home grown vegetables produced on our farm in South Solon OH in the southern tip of Madison Co. Our 12" deep black Kokomo soil will grow almost anything we seed on it. Since we carry around 75 different types of fruits and vegetables weekly, we are your one stop farm market where you can purchase local vegetables and get the others you would have to stop at the supermarket for. All at competitive prices.

We grow over 100 varieties of vegetables from Asparagus to Zucchini, but emphasize on Tomatoes, Hot Peppers, Sweet Corn, Melons, Potatoes and Latino ethnic items. We produce our own plants in 3 greenhouses, have on farm coolers, wholesale to stores and food establishments. We also produce some ornamental plants and seedling trees. This year we will be again growing free range chickens and brown eggs.

We implement a strict IPM strategy using some of the following: plastic mulches for weed control, disease resistant varieties, precise irrigation and fertilization, use of organic products when available and proper crop rotation.

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Listing last updated on Mar 10, 2011

We accept the following forms of payment: Cash, EBT, Ohio Directions Card, WIC, Visa, Master Card, Discover, American Express



Schedule and Location:

Main Location:
9 Seymour Ave
Carthage, OH 45216
In Valley Auto Care parking lot
Fri 2pm - 6pm
Sat 9am - 2pm
Sun pending
Check our website for other locations

We make bi-weekly deliveries year-round to Cincinnati, Dayton and surrounding areas with both home grown and re-wholesale fruits and vegetables. We also run to Atlanta weekly to obtain the freshest produce before and after our season to offer our customers a great selection, both retail and wholesale. We also offer full cases of produce at wholesale prices from our retail trailer.



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