Our Farm Market is open from Asparagus to Sorghum according to the growing season. Please call the Farm at 706-348-6068 for days and hours that we are open to the public.
Our Farm offers a rainbow of nutrient dense vegetable, fruits, flowers, herbs, eggs, grass-fed beef and pastured chickens all grown and raised the LoganBerry way. We believe that by growing foods naturally, in harmony with Nature, that foods will have greater life force energy. Our focus is on open pollinated, Southern Appalachian heritage fruits and vegetables foods, and, of course, we never use any artificial fertilizers, pesticides, fungicides, hormones or anything that is not life enhancing.
Visitors to our open-air Market can taste fresh and cooked samples of our delicious food, watch cooking demos, get recipes and food health information, as well as shell peas, shuck corn, stroll through the gardens and visit the animals. A full sensory experience!
The Honor Stand located at the Entrance Gate, is stocked with in-season garden produce, herbs and flowers for you convenience when our Market Barn is closed.
And fresh, seasonal produce, beef, eggs and poultry feed is available throughout the year with call ahead ordering. You can find out what is in season and available now by calling the Farm at 706-348-6068.
FRIENDS OF LOGANBERRY
Our “friends” program is similar to a CSA, only it allows you to shop at the Farm Market and choose from our seasonal harvest what YOU want, when YOU want it, rather than have us fill your basket.
By participating in this program at a level you are comfortable with, you are welcome to shop freely when the Market is open. Your "Friend Level" will decide how much you can buy with your BerryBucks during the months we are open. By becoming a Friend of LoganBerry not only will you help support our Farm, but also enjoy the freshest produce, grass-fed beef, eggs and all items from the LoganBerry Kitchen as well as have a personal Farm Tour & Hay Ride with family members.
Levels for Friends of LoganBerry
Our growing season includes:
Also, available from the LHF kitchen will be value added items such as homemade jams, jellies, pastries (cakes, pies, cookies, muffins) and pesto made from fresh LoganBerry ingredients in our newly certified kitchen.
We encourage people to eat local, in-season foods that have been grown naturally. LoganBerry Heritage Farm's focus is on Southern Appalachian foods grown from heirloom and open-pollinated foods.
LoganBerry is your source for natural & organic soil amendments and organic, soy-free chicken feed.