6 responses to Amish Markets – Indiana
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    Joe Owen
    Comment on Market Master (May 31st, 2014 at 13:39)

    Market Master

    Looking for Venders, @ Daleville Farmers Market, every Saturday until Oct.25, 2014; must comply with Delaware County board of Health. Please call me @ home 765-378-5221 or cell 765-425-1196 or stop in @ Daleville, Indiana Town Hall.

    Need Garden Plants, flowers, early veg. and anything home grown or made, and just come and help make this a successful market. Looking forward too hearing from you.

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    Comment on Spice Shop In Grabill IN (December 21st, 2016 at 15:55)

    Spice Shop In Grabill IN

    Hi! Just found this site a few weeks ago and have been making my way through it. I’m Amish but seems I’m learning things I didn’t know!

    Grabill, IN doesn’t seem to have the small, home-based businesses that a lot of communities do but I thought I would invite you all to my shop called The Spice Shack. We specialize in bulk seasonings, medicinal/culinary herbs, loose-leaf teas, baking ingredients, and just recently started adding assorted kitchen accessories.

    If you are in the area, stop by the shop and say HI!

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    Hillary McCarty
    Comment on Looking for Amish Produce (January 24th, 2018 at 16:27)

    Looking for Amish Produce

    Hi there! I just moved to evansville IN from Fort Wayne, (Allen County) I’ve been buying my produce from an Amish Market on Doty Rd. in Allen County for 20 + years and am struggling to find anything like it here in Southern IN. I am willing to drive an hour or more if necessary to find an Amish grown produce. If there are any you know of my kids and I would really appreciate the info on them!
    Hillary McCarty

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      Comment on Amish Markets – Indiana (January 26th, 2018 at 09:46)

      Hillary, if you’re in Evansville, you’re only about an hour from the largest Amish community in southern Indiana – Daviess County area. Home to almost 5,000 Amish, quite a bit larger than Allen County. Nice area. I bet you’d find what you need there. The Amish live more or less between the towns of Odon and Montgomery.

      There are also other communities that might be closer to you in southern Indiana, though not as large.


      Happy produce hunting!

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      Al in Ky
      Comment on Amish Markets – Indiana (January 29th, 2018 at 17:32)

      Hillary — Erik posted a good suggestion and I’ll provide another. In Daviess County there is a very good Amish produce auction (I’ve been there many times). I believe auctions are held beginning in April and last until the end of October each year. The peak months for produce are June through mid-September (not much produce available in April and early May). Their address is 9084 E. 550 N., Montgomery, Indiana, with their phone number being 812-486-2445. You may call that number beginning in April to get the auction schedule. It is held two to three days each week.
      The first part of the auction features “large lots” which are bought mainly by stores, produce stands, etc. who do re-sale, but
      during the last part of the auction “small lots” are sold, where you can buy smaller amounts suitable for home use. There are probably smaller produce stands in that area; just ask around at one of the Amish stores in Daviess Co. and they likely can direct you.
      The produce auction barn is across the road from Dinky’s Auction, a large auction barn that has auctions beginning at 6 p.m. almost every Friday year-round. During the summer months, they also sell a lot of Amish-grown produce in small lots. I have bought much very good produce at Dinky’s at very reasonable prices.

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    Comment on 16 oz square mason jars for sale (February 16th, 2018 at 14:51)

    16 oz square mason jars for sale

    We have a truck load of 16 oz square mason jars for sale. There are 65,000 jars on the truck load. Asking price $6000 for all. It comes to about 9 cents per jar (before deliver charge). If you are interested please let me know.

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