Our Market will be open on Saturday May 7, 14 and 21 from 9am to 2pm for ASPARAGUS, EGGS, GARLIC SCAPES, GARLIC SCAPE PESTO and BEEF.
The next MARKET will be June 25 which is the Annual GEORGIA MOUNTAINS FARM TOUR. Stay tuned for more information.
Our ON LINE MARKET is open for ordering Friday to Wednesday with PICK UPS at the Market Barn on THURSDAYS from 10 to 6.
The Market at LoganBerry is not your typical grocery store or Farmers Market in that we grow only a few select foods, using Nature as our guide and teacher. For more information on our growing methods click on our Sustainability tab at the top of the page.
Our local heritage is based upon traditional Appalachian foods and those foods have become our focus here at LoganBerry. These heritage crops provide seeds for future use, diverse nutritional needs year round and reward us with great taste.
ABOUT OUR MARKET
Our open days are based on what is in season. Because we do not extend the season or plant under artificial conditions, our produce is determined by the weather patterns, sun and rain. Our produce is all “in season” and harvested at its peak. Everything we sell is grown or raised on the Farm in natural and sustainable methods.
To shop or see what is available check out our ON LINE MARKET.
Shop online and pick your order up on Thursday between 10-6
SUMMER 2015 MARKET DAYS
Our Saturday Markets are discontinued until Sorghum Soppin’ in October. But we have Thursday Pick Up Markets and On Line ordering.
We sure did have a lot of fun at our August markets because of YOU! Thank you for supporting our Saturday Markets.
FALL 2015 MARKET DAYS
2015 SORGHUM SOPPIN’ SATURDAYS: OCTOBER 17 and 24! JOIN US IN THE MARKET BARN FROM 10 to 3.
In honor of our traditional Appalachian Heritage and Culture, we always sweetly celebrate the season’s end with a Sorghum Soppin’!
There is nothing quite like taking a hot biscuit right from the oven and soppin’ up a bit of butter and sorghum syrup. If you haven’t tried it, you are in for a treat. The coffee will be on, the biscuits will be freshly made and the sorghum will be flowing.