The Market on Morse – open July 16 – Nov. 1, 2015

Open Sunday – Saturday 9-7 daily through October.

NEW FOR 2015!

We have added another grinder and will offer fresh ground almond butter to go along with our very popular peanut butter.  Rue Potato Chips, from Rue Farms in Springfield, OH and Sunny Seeds chocolate covered sunflower seeds are just a few of the new products you’ll find in the market in 2015.


Lynd’s dehydrated Goldrush and Suncrisp apples will be available on opening day while they last! They were a huge hit during the winter warehouse sale.  As other varieties ripen, we will have more to offer!


Sugarfree Golden Delicious, Suncrisp (including sugarfree Suncrisp), Autumn Crisp, Melrose, Jonathan, & Goldrush applesauce are among the varieties of applesauce you can buy this summer at Lynd Fruit Farm!


We have a large display of jams, specialty ciders, variety applesauces, salsas  and butters (apple, peach and pumpkin) which carry the LYND name right on the label.   Get a deal on any twelve of these items mix and match and save $ .50 each….that’s a savings of $6! Many items are also offered without granulated sugar added.


Our family has teamed up with several Amish families in nearby counties to bring you what we consider to be some of the finest, freshest foods in the area. They include Swiss Maid Fry Pies, Garden Harvest salsas, relish, chow chow & more, The Homeplace Granola and Mrs. Hershberger’s Pickles.


Other popular items in the market include local honey from Harv’s Bees, Bonhomie Acres’ Pure Maple Syrup, Hartzler’s roll butter,  Aimee’s Blue Ribbon Spices,  L & R Farms Black Angus Beef,  Whit’s frozen custard , Lucky Cat Bakery’s Artisan bread,  Lynd Beef Jerkey, our jumbo popcorn and more!  Profits from Brother Vets’  soup, crisp & snack mixes benefit injured veterans, so be sure to check those out as well.  Come check us out at corner of Morse Rd. & St. Rt. 310!


Folks come from miles around for our homegrown super sweetcorn which is planted weekly well into June allowing us to offer this delicious corn late July throughout the month of September and often into October.  Our peaches ripen in late July and are typically available in the market ’til Labor Day, depending on the weather.   In 2014 we lost our peach crop to the harsh winter and were able to offer sweet juicy peaches from out of state.  in 2015 we’ll have a few of our own, but again we will be offering peaches from out of state growers we know and trust.    We are one of the few farms in Ohio to grow our own pears including Magness Pears, a customer favorite.  Homegrown plums and nectarines are also available in the fall months.  If you missed picking your favorite apple, chances are we have it in the market!


Herbs are harvested daily out of our own herb garden.  You can find them with the tomatoes!


Amish grown fresh veggies are brought in several times a week.  From peppers, onions, tomatoes, zucchini, summer squash and eggplant  in the early summer to broccoli, cauliflower, brussel sprouts and winter squash in the fall you will find a variety of locally grown produce in just one stop!


Decorate your home with the colors of fall naturally!  We have an amazing variety of mums, pumpkins, squash, cornshocks, straw bales and more!  You can even cut your own bouquet of sunflowers!


Whether you need a gift for a friend or want to treat yourself to something special, be sure to check out our comfortable LYND logo clothing.  We strive to purchase only the softest t-shirts and sweatshirts!  We are proud to carry beautiful, colorful baskets made by the farmers’ wives in Africa.  These market baskets are so practical and a good value, too!


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