Silverthorn Farm

Silverthorn Farm is owned and operated by Nate & Emily Parks. It is a small, diversified vegetable and small animal farm located on 120 acres of land in northern Clinton county, near Rossville. We started our farm 7 years ago in Montgomery County beginning with only pumpkins and melons the first two years on about 5 acres of land. Now, we pride ourselves in offering a broad range of vegetables, chicken, eggs and pork, raised naturally. We offer over 40 types of vegetables including 230+ varieties. Strawberries and raspberries are available in addition. We participate in the Lafayette Farmer's Market, Broad Ripple Farmer's Market, and Indy Winter Farmer's Market.

This land we farm has been in Emily's family for generations. 280 acres north and east of Rossville was originally purchased by William Silverthorn (a great, great, great grandfather) back in 1864, nearly 150 years ago. 120 acres remain and will continue be kept in the family and farmed as it once was. It has been cash rented and farmed conventionally for decades and we feel honored to be able to restore the farm's original name.

The farm is in the transition stage and are excited to be able to start the process of Organic certification in July 2014!


Listing last updated on Jan 10, 2014

100% Natural 100% home grown

Season:  Year round

Type:  single farm

Since:  2006

# of Shares:  200

Full Share:  Full share price is $525.

1/2 Share:  Half share price is $325.

Work Req?  No

Schedule and Location:

Lafayette Farmers Market, Saturdays, 7:30-12:30
Broad Ripple Farmers Market, Saturdays, 8-12:30
Indy Winter Farmers Market, Saturdays 9-12:30

Schedule and Location:

We offer U-pick strawberries!

Schedule and Location:

Our farm store is open from 10am to 6pm Monday-Saturday.
We offer fresh vegetables 6 days a week as well as vegetable plants, bedding plants, cuts flowers and more!
4485 W 1000 N Rossville, IN 46065

We offer products wholesale to many restaurants in Indianapolis, Lafayette and surrounding areas, with lettuce mix, spinach, and arugula being the most popular items.

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