We Stand Behind Our Produce!

The 2014 season has ended here at the Farm. The garlic has been planted for next year and we look forward to the winter months ahead. We grow a variety of produce using "eco-logical" methods. We use no chemical fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides. We use no treated or GMO seeds. We use green manure crops and compost to improve the tilth of our soils. Healthy soil means healthy food ... it's only logical. You are welcome to visit our farm; call first. We sell at the Logan County Farmers Market in the city parking lot at Chillicothe & Detroit Street in Downtown Bellefontaine, Ohio, every Saturday, May through September, from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

We also have for sale the first hard-back edition of Gene Logsdon's book "You Can Go Home Again." Price: $25 includes shipping. Send check to Andy Reinhart at our address. We can also have the book autographed if you request. All profits from the sale of this book are returned to the author; we believe Gene deserves more than the $1 per book he receives from publishers.


Listing last updated on Nov 1, 2014

GARLIC HARVEST CELEBRATION: The 2014 Garlic Festival was another great success! Good Crop, Good Food, Good Music, and Good Folks! Thank you all for coming! Watch for the date of next year's celebration! Lots of garlic and local vendors from our community selling their products ... as well as great music by local musicians Bob Lucas, Chloe & Chris ... and our fellow contrary farmer and friend Gene Logsdon.

Schedule and Location:

Logan County Farmers Market
City Parking lot at Chillicothe & Detroit Streeet (Across from the Post Office)
Bellefontaine, OH 43311
Every Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Rain or Shine!

Latest Reviews

I can't wait to buy from you again this year at the Logan County Farmer's market. Your produce was always fresh and delicious. Thank you for using sustainable methods!

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Maple Syrup Season


Another mild winter here at the Farm. Though the temperatures are a little colder than last year and we've had a bit more snow ... in general, it's been an "easy" winter to get through.

It's Maple Syrup season here in our area of Logan County.... [more]

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