30 responses to Kentucky Amish
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    wanda cadwell
    Comment on amish contractors (April 29th, 2014 at 00:32)

    amish contractors

    are there any who would be willing to work in union city tn? the closest i know of are in wingo and mayfield but no clue how to contact them.. any help would be great ty

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      Patrick Tabor
      Comment on Amish Workers (May 23rd, 2016 at 07:10)

      Amish Workers

      You still need Amish Workers?

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    Tom A Geist
    Comment on Kentucky Amish Directory Needed (December 9th, 2014 at 23:22)

    Kentucky Amish Directory Needed

    Hi All,

    As a hobby, I travel out to meet the scribes for the Amish newspapers The Budget & Die Botschaft. I plan to take a trip to Kentucky in 9 days to meet some of them. The problem is I don’t have an Amish directory for Kentucky. (like I do for a number of other states) Would anyone that reads this forum happen to have one?

    My hopes are to ask you to help me look up a couple of the scribe address’s to make it easier to get to them. Once I meet them I am sure I can either buy a directory or at least look at theirs for my next stop. Please either respond here or feel free to email me at my address below. I plan to leave 12-18-14. Thanks for your help!

    Tom Geist
    LincNebr@hotmail.com

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      Al in Ky
      Comment on Kentucky Amish (August 1st, 2016 at 22:58)

      Do you still need this info about Budget scribes in Ky? If so, I have at least two names and addresses to send you. I tried to send it to your email listed, but it came back undeliverable, so please post your current email if you want me to send you that info. Also, I have found that the book, Who is Who in the Budget to be a good source for such info. I believe the book costs about $10 at the present time, and it can be obtained from The Budget office at Sugarcreek.

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    Mary Anne
    Comment on mould of a clydesdale horse 4' or so high (January 31st, 2015 at 15:56)

    mould of a clydesdale horse 4' or so high

    Good afternooon,
    I am looking for a mould of a clydesdale horse 4′ high or so. I recently passed through town and apparently missed it. Can anyone help me find who has this mould
    thank you

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    Lynne Robinson
    Comment on Amish Roofer (September 13th, 2015 at 17:07)

    Amish Roofer

    Hi, I am looking for an Amish Roofer to give me a quote on a metal roof for a home in the Bedford KY area. Home was built in the early 1900’s.

    Thanks!

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      mike
      Comment on amish roofer (January 24th, 2016 at 20:42)

      amish roofer

      Hi, l live north of Campbellsburg and close to some amish on 55. Several will help you if you stop by their farms or they will tell you which one will help you. Mike

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    Patrick Tabor
    Comment on Comtact Guthrie Amish (May 23rd, 2016 at 07:14)

    Comtact Guthrie Amish

    I have some work to be done near Guthrie Ky. How can I contact the Amish Community there?

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    Ron
    Comment on Information on Produce (May 25th, 2016 at 00:31)

    Information on Produce

    I was in Scottsville, Ky today to get some produce. Was told of a couple small Amish produce stands close to TN state line I believe around Celina, TN. Can you tell me where these two / three produce places are and what town they are close to? Thanks.

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    Warren
    Comment on Need a home addition and barn repairs (August 1st, 2016 at 19:40)

    Need a home addition and barn repairs

    I have just purchased a farm in Henry county north of Franklinton and I need a bedroom & bathroom addition put on the house and some remodel on the kitchen and living room.

    I also have two metal barns that need painting and some touch up inside and an old tobacco that needs some shoring up and roof repair.

    Does anyone know of some Amish craftsman in the area I could contact to help with this?

    Thanks,

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      David
      Comment on Defoe (October 6th, 2016 at 22:46)

      Defoe

      Call Roman Raber at the Farmstead Market and see if Marlin Miller is available. Marlin is a contractor in Defoe but said he had a lot of contract work already in progress as of this week. Worth a try!

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    Al in Ky
    Comment on Kentucky Amish (August 1st, 2016 at 22:40)

    Franklinton is not far from Pleasureville, where there is a small, rather new Amish community. Have you contacted the Amish at The Farmstead Market at Pleasureville? They may know of someone in their Amish community, or other Amish carpenters, who may be able to do the work you need. Their phone number is 502-878-4211. There also is an Amish restaurant in Pleasureville, and the Amish who operate the restaurant may be able to help you out. I can’t remember the restaurant’s name, but the Raber’s at Farmstead Market could tell you. I haven’t been out to Pleasureville since Jan. 2016, but I think the Market (which is in the country) and the restaurant are still in operation.

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      Warren
      Comment on Kentucky Amish (August 2nd, 2016 at 05:56)

      Thanks for the information.

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    Michael DeJaco
    Comment on Best Amish Community in KY To Visit (September 6th, 2016 at 12:18)

    Best Amish Community in KY To Visit

    Of all the Amish communities, which would you suggest we visit? Everybody suggests Holmes Co in OH, and Lancaster Co in PA, ut I want to stay in KY and visit our own. Can you help?

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    Michael DeJaco
    Comment on Best Amish Community in KY To Visit (September 6th, 2016 at 12:20)

    Best Amish Community in KY To Visit

    Of all the Amish communities, which would you suggest we visit? Everybody suggests Holmes Co in OH, and Lancaster Co in PA, but I want to stay in KY and visit our own. Can you help?

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    Comment on Marion and Washington Co. Amish (November 27th, 2016 at 22:08)

    Marion and Washington Co. Amish

    I have Amish crafted leather belts and hickory rocking chairs for sale. Perfect for Purposeful Christmas gifts!

    About 20 Amish families in Marion Co and another 30 families in adjoining Washington Co. Carpenters available from both counties.

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    Steve Miller
    Comment on Hiring roof help and other (January 25th, 2017 at 16:19)

    Hiring roof help and other

    Hello. Just need to know if there are any Amish roofers, contractors near Lebanon, KY.? Need to hire help with roof leaks and other odd jobs? Thanks!

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    Lana Barber
    Comment on Yoder's Bulk Food Store (June 18th, 2017 at 09:45)

    Yoder's Bulk Food Store

    Hi! My husband and I will be traveling through Marion Co., KY in the next few days. The last time we were through that area, we visited a Yoder’s Bulk Food Store (grocery store). We would like to go there again while in the area. Can anyone tell me where the store is located? We just happened upon it the last time and don’t know if we can find it again. Thanks for your help.

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      Al in Ky
      Comment on Kentucky Amish (June 18th, 2017 at 21:44)

      The only Amish settlement I know of in Marion County is at Gravel Switch, in the eastern part of the county, though there may be other settlements there. I have never been to Gravel Switch, but I have heard there are Amish living in the Riley Road area, which is about 9 miles east of Lebanon, Ky., right off Hwy 68. You might also go 3 miles further east from Riley Road to Gravel Switch and ask someone in Gravel Switch where Yoder’s store is. Hope this helps.

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    Patricia
    Comment on Questions about Amish farmers. (June 18th, 2017 at 14:01)

    Questions about Amish farmers.

    Several years ago I went to Crab Orchard, Kentucky and bought apples and peaches from an Amish farm. I can not remember the name of the place! The lady that had told me about the place is no longer with us. If anyone could help me with what the name of the place may be I’d greatly appreciate it! Thanks!

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    Comment on Barn removal and quality horse hay? (June 18th, 2017 at 23:14)

    Barn removal and quality horse hay?

    I’m looking for someone to take a barn down and possibly buy it or rebuild it to fit our needs? Also looking for high quality horse hay. ? Thank you to all.

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      Al in Ky.
      Comment on Kentucky Amish (June 19th, 2017 at 10:15)

      What area of Ky. is the barn in?

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    Al in Ky
    Comment on New Amish Settlement (June 21st, 2017 at 21:00)

    New Amish Settlement

    I read in the June 14 edition of The Budget about a new Amish community that is developing. It is in Greenup, Kentucky, which is in the extreme northeastern part of Ky. on the Ky./Ohio border.
    As of now, there should be four Amish families there. Two families moved there in Feb., one family in March, and one family in June. It seems like Amish from Columbia, Ky., are the ones beginning that community.

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    Comment on Kentucky Amish (August 22nd, 2017 at 04:48)

    Kentucky Amish

    Hello, after reading this amazing post i am also cheerful to share my
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    Irina Plieva
    Comment on Would love to stay with Amish people to experience their lifestyle (August 29th, 2017 at 13:51)

    Would love to stay with Amish people to experience their lifestyle

    Hello,

    I was wondering if it is at all possible to stay for a weekend with my husband and a 2 year old daughter at one of the Amish families somewhere in KY. We would love to volunteer and help them with their daily activities, yard work, cleaning, cooking, laundry or whatever else is needed. I feel very tired of this lifestyle we live in today. We would love to get to know the Amish people, and experience their daily life, their culture and traditions, and we would love my daughter to be part of it as I know she will absolutely enjoy that too. Thank you in advance.
    P.S we do own a house in Louisville KY, and both my husband and I have jobs :)just did not want anyone to be concerned that we are trying to find a shelter :)Thanks!!

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    Comment on Quilting shop near Crab Orchard (September 24th, 2017 at 16:17)

    Quilting shop near Crab Orchard

    I have seen a sign on the right side of the road as we go south on KY 39 from Lancaster towards KY 150 to Mt. Vernon that says “quilting…” I can’t remember details of the sign. I can find no listings for it. Any information I can pass onto a friend will be helpful.

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    Laura marr
    Comment on Remodeling needed glasgow ky (September 28th, 2017 at 00:04)

    Remodeling needed glasgow ky

    Looking for Amish person to do remodeling at my home. Sooner than later. Need estimate.

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    Comment on Mundfordville, KY AMISH 20 MILE LOOP (November 5th, 2017 at 14:29)

    Mundfordville, KY AMISH 20 MILE LOOP

    Looking for a map of this loop, any suggestions greatly appreciated!

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      Al in Ky
      Comment on Kentucky Amish (November 5th, 2017 at 16:25)

      Charles — I have been to the Munfordville, Ky., Amish settlement many times and haven’t heard of the Munfordville Amish 20 Mile Loop. But, I do have a suggested map for the “loop”. Here it is:

      From Munfordville, take Ky 88 (Cub Run Hwy) west to Cub Run. In Cub Run at the main intersection, turn right on Priceville Rd/Ky 728. The road goes north, then loops to the right/east to Priceville. At Priceville, take Raider Hollow Road/Ky-1140 back to Munfordville.

      This is a beautiful ride, especially in the spring and fall. Very hilly in several spots. Drive slowly, as there are no buggy lanes, and you can come upon a buggy before you know it. There are many small Amish farms on either side of the main highways and several stops I would suggest — Anna’s Jams and Jellies at 1985 Logsdon Valley Road, Miller’s Greenhouse and Furniture at 2375 Macon-Kessinger Road and Detweiler’s Country Store at 12825 Priceville Road. There is also an Amish hardware store at the main intersection in Cub Run.

      I consider the Munfordville Amish settlement to be very spread out. There is what I call the main part (which is the “loop” I outlined above). This is all north of the Green River, west of I-65. Then there is another part east and south of Munfordville, focusing on the Rowletts area. (Two interesting stops in that part are Abe’s Place (Amish Consignment Shop) at 2915 S. Dixie Hwy, and R & S Grocery and Bakery on 235 Irvin Cemetery Road (off Dixie Hwy, south of Munfordville). The other part of the settlement is south of the Green River (west of I-65) that you get to by going west from Rowletts on Rowletts Cave Spring Road.

      I hope you enjoy your drive through the Munfordville settlement.

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        Charles
        Comment on AMISH LOOP (November 5th, 2017 at 23:45)

        AMISH LOOP

        Al, thanks very much for the valuable information. We plan to stay a few days in Munfordville.

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