When it comes to food, we love where we live! Why? One reason is the bounty of good food produced locally. When buying fruits and vegetables, you will often find the best quality is local produce in season. Thanks to the rich soil here in our area, and farmers who are educated and passionate, we have amazingly great food produced right here in our backyard.
Brentlinger’s Farm Market
Fresh, hand-picked corn seven days a week from New Carlisle.
Jon Branstrator Farm
Located in Clarksville, Jon grows asparagus and strawberries.
Brickel Creek Organic Farm
Sue Turner brings delicious organic raspberries from Jamestown.
Don grows blackberries for us in Xenia.
Rosemary Eisenhauer’s Garden
This Bellbrook family produces Swiss chard, leaf lettuce, potatoes, and beets.
Stokes Berry Farm
Raspberries and strawberries grown near Wilmington.
Eshelman Fruit Farm
Peaches, blueberries, cherries, and apples from Clyde.
Locally owned company producing raw fermented cultured veggies.
Stoltz Fruit Farm
DLM has been buying Dave’s cantaloupes and pumpkins, grown in New Carlisle, for over 30 years.
Tüken’s Orchard & Farm Market
Watermelon, cantaloupe, edamame and more from West Alexandria.
Flying Mouse Farm
Certified organic jalapeños, squash, and veggies from Yellow Springs.
Green Field Farms
Certified organic Amish co-op that brings us veggies from Wooster.
Volk Fruit Farm
Family farm delivering peaches and apples from Champaign County.
This family operation produces our awesome DLM Apple Cider in New Paris.
The Grims belong to the German Baptist community and farm using traditional methods such as planting and harvesting by hand. A section of their Arcanum farm- and the produce raised on that section- is certified organic. They raise a wide variety of produce including lettuces, spinach, kale, collard greens, Swiss chard, red beets, peas, kohlrabi, heirloom tomatoes, onions and much more.
Harvey Eicher and Son
Three generations of this Amish family bring us various vegetables from Adams County, Indiana.