The farmer's markets are one of our favorite things to do. We enjoy seeing our first time customers turn into our returning customers. Also,we love hearing that people wait all year just to bite into one of our juicy and delectable Saturn Donut peaches, or that 'those blackberries are the biggest they have ever seen!'
Branstrator Farm is represented at three different farmer's markets. Tuesday evenings from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm you can find us at the Loveland Farmer's Market while on Thursdays from 3:30 pm to 7:00 pm you can find us at the Madeira Farmer's Market. We finish the week close to home at the Clinton County Farmer's Market from 8:30 am to 12pm. We appreciate all of our customer's support and can't wait to see you again this week!
If you can't make the farmer's market we also wholesale to a few different stores and keep our produce stocked in our farm store.
All three Dorothy Lane Markets, Pipkins, Schucter and Yankee Street Market stock all of our best produce. Our farm store is the best place to buy produce. It is always stocked with the freshest fruit that is in season and is always at a great low price. We are open 24 hours a day and now accepting credit cards!
August is a great month to eat local! There are two events that will be featuring our fruit and other produce that were all grown locally. Supporting these events are a great way to reduce the carbon footprint on our planet and also to support local businesses. One such unique event called Dinner in the Fields will be hosting our peaches and blackberries on August 9, 2013 right on a local farm in Clinton County. Dorothy Lane Markets will also be hosting an event called Honestly Local Harvest Dinner on August 15th that will feature our peaches. If you are interested in either event click on the links above to buy tickets today!
Lastly, we are proud to announce our fourth annual fall festival called Three Sisters Harvest Festival October 5th and 6th. The Three Sisters are the three main agricultural crops of various Native American groups including corn, squash and climbing beans.Learn more about this interesting technique the first weekend in October at the farm! For more information event page.
We want to thank everyone again for their continued support of our farm and wish everyone a great couple of last weeks of summer!