Five Generations of Family Farming!

During this Covid-19 pandemic, many small businesses have had to adapt and make changes in order to keep moving forward, and we are no exception. We aren't very good with websites or technology, but we are good at one thing: working hard to serve our communities the freshest fruit and vegetables we can right to your table. So take a look at our online catalog, and let us know how we can serve you!

Our Markets

Please place your order before 8pm the night before the market, and we will be sure to get it ready for you! 


Frankfort Country Market

located in the Old Historical District, near Me and My Sister's Boutique

April 25th-October 24th | Sundays 9am-1pm

Andersonville Farmer's Market

located near the corner of W Catalpa and Clark, near Walgreens

May 12th-October 20th Wednesdays 3pm-7pm

Oak Park Farmer's Market

located near First Pilgrim Church

May 22nd-October 30thSaturdays 7:30am-1pm

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Our Farm

Becky's Grandfather, Ed Holle, driving his vintage 1940 Massey Harris Pacemaker tractor down Main Street during the Eau Claire Cherry Festival Parade.

Becky's grandmother, Louise, selling fruit at the Benton Harbor Fruit Market with her first great grandson, Cody, circa 1990.

Becky's Father, Vern Holle, driving the completely restored Massey Harris tractor with attached sprayer down Main Street during the Eau Claire Cherry Festival Parade, nearly 30 years later.