Prairierth Farm

We are a family farm located in Central Illinois on 300 acres. We grow produce from Arugula to Zucchini and everything in between, our products can be found at the Bloomington and Urbana Markets on Saturdays, through our C.S.A in Bloomington Normal and Lincoln, and at Commonground Food Co-Op in Urbana and other local natural food stores. In addition we grow row crops such as wheat, alfalfa, oats, corn and soy beans, as well as raise cattle for beef, chicken for meat and eggs and pigs for our own line of pork products. We also maintain one acre of restored natural prairie.

Listing last updated on Jun 2, 2013

Check out our new cookbook "PrairiErth Farm Cookbook" on Amazon! Full of recipes, organized by vegetable, plus storage tips and preservation ideas!

Season:  May through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2010

# of Shares:  85

Full Share:  450/year

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Downtown Bloomington Farmers Market Every Saturday May 15-October 31 2010 7:30 AM - Noon

Schedule and Location:

purchase at the farm - 3 miles south of Atlanta, Illinois just off I-55. Call for directions and times.

Vegetables, eggs, meat and our new cookbook. Send us an email to be added to our weekly wholesale email list.

Latest Reviews

I can hardly wait for the 2011 Farmers Market to start! The veggies are beautiful - and the taste is beyond belief. I am a huge fan of Prairierth eggs - I just can't eat the store bought ones anymore.... [more]

Produce is very fresh and tastes great! The meat and vegetables I've bought from the farmers market tastes more fresh than anything I've ever had. With friendly faces these people are a wonderful edition to the market. Thank you!

So glad you are able to Graze intensively and rotate your fields, that is a great way to keep the land healthy and productive! I found your research on natural ways of Cleaning Up Canada Thistle Before Tranisitioning into Organic Corn and thought the waterway location was a great place to test Sudan Grass.... [more]

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From Our Blog

first snow


Sunday morning - the world is white as forgiveness and perfectly still. I grab the camera and run out to the pasture where the black cows are trying to figure out what happened to yesterday's green. The new bull, a Belted Gallaway (black with a wide white belt around his middle) looks like a hind quarter following a front quarter around a snowman.... [more]

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Products and Crops


Ark of Taste Products