Amish Business Directory

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Amish Business MapSearching for an Amish business? The Amish Business Directory lists Amish companies and product retailers across North America. Find addresses and contact info for Amish stores, markets, construction firms, and other businesses and goods at the links below. Listed by state.

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Amish Structures Directory

Outdoor Structures
Amish Sheds
Amish Gazebos
Amish Barns


Amish Crafts

Crafts & Household Items
Amish Quilts
Amish Baskets
Amish Birdhouses/Feeders
Amish Wind Chimes
Amish Fabrics
Amish Variety Stores


Amish Wood Businesses Directory

Furniture & Woodworking
Amish Furniture
Amish Tables
Amish Beds
Amish Cabinets


Amish Restaurants Directory

Food & Markets
Amish Markets
Amish Restaurants
Amish Grocery Stores


Amish Construction Companies

Amish Roofers
Amish Builders
Amish Cabins


Amish Recreation Products

Toys & Recreation
Amish Wagons
Amish Scooters
Amish-Made Toys


Horse Carriage

Amish Harness Shops
Amish Carriage Shops

Finding Amish stores and products

Amish Product DirectoryFrom modest roadside stand selling canned goods to vast retail showrooms harboring acres of Amish-made household furniture, Amish products can be found in a wide variety of venues.  You may have encountered an Amish product while on vacation in an Amish community.  You may have purchased furniture, quilts or other Amish-made goods online.  You may be searching for businesses in a specific community, or the nearest provider of a certain good to your home.

As you travel in Amish communities, you’re sure to notice roadside signs pointing the way down long farm lanes to workshops, retail stores and bakeries often housed adjacent to the Amish home.  Others will refrain from visiting Amish settlements, instead searching for Amish business signs pointing the way to venues selling Amish products online.

Shops Amish Country
Shops in Amish Country

Geographically-ordered listings in the guides included here (organized by state) are meant to make locating a seller of Amish products fast and easy.  The businesses listed here are both Amish-owned (noted when known) and non-Amish dealers of Amish products.  Addresses, phone numbers, and websites, when relevant, are provided.

Some Amish companies may have a web presence thanks to cooperation with English partners, or may rely on an English-owned website to retail their goods. The non-Amish companies listed in these directories typically maintain close relationships with Amish manufacturers, allowing them to cooperate to produce goods in response to changing tastes.

Amish quiltmakers for example create quilts in both traditional styles, but also in more modern designs, as well as related products that have become popular among English customers, such as quillows or patchwork bags.  An Amish furniture craftsman can design a new line of furniture in response to feedback given directly to him by customers, or if he is a wholesaler, channeled via a non-Amish retailer with whom he works.

In this manner Amish companies not only craft products aligned with Amish tradition, but also adapt to satisfy demands of their often highly non-Amish clientele. Interestingly, even those businesses which may seem to be strictly Amish-oriented in fact do a fair share of work for non-Amish.  For example, an Amish buggy shop may also do some restoration of turn-of-the-century era cars (a time when the “horseless carriage” wasn’t so drastically different in design from today’s Amish buggy).  Harness shops may do work for English horse owners, and horse-drawn equipment makers produce implements both for Plain farmers and English hobby farming enthusiasts.

Amish Businesses across America

The landscape of Amish occupations looks markedly different than it did for Amish forefathers of the 18th and 19th centuries.  While agriculture remains a mainstay in many Amish communities, today thousands of Amish households provide a number of goods and services via home-based businesses.  Amish business is a relatively recent phenomenon with roots in the mid-20th century, developing a full head of steam through the 1990s and into the 21st century.

Amish Cottage Business
Cottage businesses such as this bookstore support a growing Amish population

Home enterprises have filled a gap which has arisen due to high land prices and large families pricing many Amish out of the market for traditional dairy farming.  New generations of Amish business owners who, unlike their predecessors, never grew up on a farm, are founding businesses and taking over family firms in what is becoming for some a generational family tradition of entrepreneurship.

An Amish business may be as unassuming as an Amish housewife crafting candles in spare moments between taking care of household and children, to large Amish mini-factories employing dozens of workers and dedicated marketing and sales teams.

Most Amish businesses lie somewhere in the middle, existing as a small-scale means of providing a living for a single household.  Amish businesses may be owned and operated by males, females, or both in husband-wife partnerships.  Most commonly Amish men steer enterprises which employ family or neighbors in a locally-oriented environment.

Hershbergers Amish Bakery
Hershberger’s of Holmes County, Ohio is one of many thriving Amish bakeries

Common among Amish companies are businesses in the woodworking, construction, and manufacturing sectors.  Market stands thrive in the Mid-Atlantic region, typically operated by Pennsylvania Amish in and around large metropolitan areas of Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Jersey and beyond.  Crafts remain a strong sector for Amish females, with Amish women doing skilled craft work such as clothes making or quilting in their spare time and in some cases operating full-fledged full-time companies.

Some Amish businesspeople operate in more obscure fields as well.  Taxidermists, house movers, electricians (yes, electricians), accountants, health store owners, bookbinders, beekeepers and casket makers are all among the less-common enterprises occasionally seen on the Amish landscape.  Though they restrict formal education, Amish have shown a knack for entrepreneurship often coming up with creative ideas for business ventures.

When you buy Amish-made products and services, you are helping to support Amish families who have adapted to a new entrepreneurial tradition likely to persist for generations to come.  Likewise, many Amish-made products will last for generations themselves, offering value for decades to come.

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    1. Susan Tanis

      Amish Auctions

      I am looking for a full list of Amish/Mennonite Auctions with date and who to contact. I love going to these auctions and I love consigning items. I live in Wisconsin but am interested in auctions in other states as well. Thank you!

      1. Irene Nelson

        amish auctions in Pennsylvania

        I am from California and am very interested in attending live auctions in Pennsylvania. Could you email me a list of the auctions and dates for 2017.
        Irene Nelson

      2. ed neely

        shipshewanna indiana

        ther is a large sale and auction in this town open tues thru sat,.

      3. ed neely

        shipshewanna indiana

        there is a large sale and auction in this town open tues thru sat,.
        the town is in the northern part of the state.

    2. Joyce DiDomenico

      Amish businesses

      I really respect the Amish community. Instead of the”English” looking at the as if in a fish bowl we should stop an take lessons from they, the way they parent their children too love God,hard workers,respect their parents,elders,and all living things. Most of all the love of family. How they help their neighbors. Would a directory of Amish companies their merchandise is superb they take loving mastery in all they build so, I want to purchase more of the Amish merchandise clothing essentials, furniture,household items, toys and foods. I visited Lancaster didn’t have enough room to take home all I wanted most of all I know by purchasing Amish item I can help finance this communities church,to help when need the Amish people

      1. John

        This is very true I have mass respect for the Amish I climb trees for a living and I know if I went n worked with them I’d be beat the end of the day I would’ve loved to get into it if I didn’t have so many kids already and a wife they like electric and game and cell phones to much lol but me, when I was Kid I wanted to live in the wood and survive on the land forever that was my goal plan

    3. Robert W. Pappenfort

      Amish Contractor needed

      I will be renovating the older buildings in downtown Lenox, Iowa. If interested please contact me, Robert W. Pappenfort, P.E.
      P.O. Box 264 Greenfield, Iowa. 50849 or by email You must have at least 30 years experience in construction according to the international building CODES. We Build according to ALL CODES. NO EXCEPTIONS.

    4. John wendel

      Have a question

      I have a pair of Carolina climbing boots I’m a tree a climber and I’m kinda tight on money I got kids n stuff I was wonder if I could send u a picture and see what it would cost to put the steel toe gaurds/ cover and some sewing were it tore away from seems and just make the leather agin I just want em pretty and will last for awhile again. Thank you -jonn

    5. Kyle bacher

      Land for sale

      Hello we are looking to relocate and start mini farm and leave the busy life behind. We grew up in upstate ny on farm around amish and loved it. Lost touch with amish family up there and most my family moved all over. We been in florida 20 years and looking to move north and be half back. Just got back from visit to dunlap Tennessee and love it there. Before we left and now trying to get ahold of amish families that bought up big acreage for logging. We love the property of this one road there and wanted to know if they would sell some of the acreage there so we could build close to good friends of our as they are like family. If anyone can email me a contact to find out thank you for your time.

    6. Rochelle ginis

      Amish stores in and around Ellenburgh ny.

      I recently bought a summer cabin on Chateaugay Lake in Chateaugay NY. I have seen the presence of Amish neighbors on my lake road, Ellenburgh, Burke ,Malone etc. Is there a listing of crafts people in that area and carpenters to build a deck on the back of my log cabin?

      I would love to know where to visit while I’m up there and find crafted projects and carpenters.thanks

    7. Rochelle Ginis

      Amish Carpenters in and around Chateaugay Lake NY

      Through a contact I made at a barn builders business on Rte.11 near Ellenburgh I was able to get a contact of an Amish crew that builds decks in my area. It wasn’t through this blog that it was obtained. I’m having estimate done on Labor Day at my cabin. So happy. If interested I can tell you how it panned out.

    8. donna weatherington

      need a shoe cobbler

      I desperately need a shoe cobbler to build up a sole on a new shoe in the Kalona area?

    9. Christine Simoneau

      I am looking for

      I used to live in Waynesboro Tn. that is about 15miles from Lawrenceburg Tn. I went to a “machine shop” on the right side of the rd. (don’t remember the name) but there was a feed store on the left side of the road owned by a grumpy old American– I think the store was called grumpy’s or something like that, anyway, I would travel to the machine shop to get something made if the gentleman is still there. I have no way to find out and I now live about 250 miles away, not the kind of trip you want to take just to see if he is still there. Anyway, he has a neighbor who trained my horse to pull, that young man was moving but I am in hopes the other man has not. If anyone knows what I am talking about I would really like to know if he still has a shop there. I also have a suggestion: I have seen a directory sold in some Amish stores, that’s nice but to us “English” it is pretty much useless, to be of use to outsiders as well as the Amish it should be listed by what these people do, I have a difficult last name and I can say with confidence most of the Amish do as well, So rather than knowing how to find “Thomas” I would rather look for the town I live in and what trades are offered — then the person to contact. This is just a suggestion, but the directory only works for the Amish, not the English. Thank you for your time.

    10. Christine Simoneau

      horse training

      I have a few horses I would like to have trained to pull, I live in Glasgow Ky. now and haven’t been able to find anyone to train my horse. I tried clicking on the “horse related” listing, nothing happened, again if your “directory” was more specific I would buy it, but it doesn’t help a person just to see contact information if you don’t know what that person does for a living. I know there is a large Amish community in or near this area as I see them everywhere, I am amazed that when I stop an Amish person and ask they don’t seem to know anyone that does it either, who trains their horses?

      1. Rose

        Amish Horse Trainers

        Watergap Stables in Lancaster County Pa. trains horses to ride and drive. I personally sent my Paint mare there to be trained to drive many years ago. They sent me weekly updates on how she was doing and she came home in excellent condition. She was and still is very well trained both to ride and drive. I highly recommend them. They do have a website and their phone # is 610-593-2000. Just tell them the lady from Wantage, NJ with the Paint mare Misty sent you. Good luck!

    11. How to List in your business directory

      We run a Metal Roofing Company that all labor is provided through Amish Contractors. We service all of Central, Northern and North Eastern OH. We would like to get listed in your directory.
      Our prices are very reasonable we offer 24 gauge standing seam Drexel metal roofs, run on site, with a nonprorated warranty and we offer EDCO Metal Slate/Shake Roofs. We also run our own corrugated metal for pole barn packages. Our Company information:

      Ohio Metal Roofing
      Fredericktown, Oh

    12. Bob Mcallister

      Horse barn

      I’m looking for a 2 stall, we’ll built barn for my horses. Minimum stall size is 12’x12′ and I’d like a 8′ x 10′ tack room. It would need a overhang to keep the rain off them (4-6′)
      Do you make such a barn prefaced?
      Please respond to the email address I’ve provided.
      thanks again,
      Bob McAllister

      1. Bob Mcallister

        Horse barn

        I hate auto spell check.
        I intended on saying a “we’all built barn” and would like to know if you have one “prefabricated ”

    13. Betty McIntyre

      Puppy Mills

      I looked at the Business Listings and do not see Dog breeding and sales. I have heard so much about Amish Puppy Mills and decided to ask for information. Thank you

      1. Dog breeders

        Looking for a Brussels Griffon dog ! any info appreciated !

        1. Karen Lamb

          Brussels Griffin Dog

          Go on pet finders. It is a web site. You type in what type and breed of dog you want. You’ll find one.

    14. jack hurley

      Our fav Amish Community Jamesport MO

      Look all time at Amish Article but I have never seem our family fav Jamesport. Vfriendly business and enough things to do for a long three day weekend.

      Great opportunity to see the inside world of the Amish. Made several friends, bought many items and start to grow a beard

      Hotels are as scare as bare face on a Amish man face but many great places to stay with 30 miles.

      Whole family or couple don’t miss weekend.

    15. Dandelion Flower Pickers Wanted

      We are launching a dandelion iced tea here in Brooklyn, New York. Our current supplier of flowers is a lovely young Amish woman named Julia, from Montana. Unfortunately we are looking for larger quantities than she can supply. So if anyone out there in the community can help us, please reach out to me on We are looking for 6-1200 pounds to start. This will increase!

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    17. james keating

      Quote on metal roofing

      I would like a quote on buying metal roofing and is it sold from debarats and a contact number for you please

      Thank you

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    18. Faith Kencel

      trees for the taking

      I live in Hamburg NY and have pine trees I would like removed and I think maybe we can help one another you can have them for free but you have to cut them down I have 3 quite large trees looking forward to here from you

    19. Ralph

      Wood Toy Manufacturer

      I am ‘toying’ (no pun intended) with the idea of bringing a wood toy to the online market.

      I was wondering if somebody either could put me in contact with or build small toys for babies or toddlers? Some guidelines:

      1) product must conform to CPSIA
      2) Eco friendly wood
      3) maybe drool resistant paint or no paint
      4) US made of course

      Please let me know if you can meet the above If you are able and interested, I can forward you a sample sketch for your review and pricing. I am looking forward to your positive response.

      Warm Regards,


    20. Kris Paul

      Barn restoration

      We have a barn that has been partially restored and then the contractor stopped working. We are about 1 hour north of the Indiana / Ohio lines and are looking for an Amish crew. Does anyone have a referral? Any leads would be appreciated!!

    21. Jo Beck

      Amish Cinch Maker

      I’m looking for Amish Cinch Maker Business. Please contact me.

    22. Best amish furniture options

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    23. Valerie Gardner

      Jungers Kerosene Heater

      I have for sale a 2 burner Jungers Kerosene Heater with a porcelain finish. It stands 45 1/2 inches tall, 29 inches wide and 24 inches deep. Was previously used to heat a 1000+ sq ft office. I do not have a tank. I am located approximately 6 miles north of Port Sanilac, Michigan on M25. Asking $350 or best offer.

    24. Leroy Utt

      Amish made apple cider press

      I’m looking for apple cider press…does anybody in the Amish community make them for sale ?

    25. Betsy Hortenberry

      Need Chimney built

      Hi I’m looking for someone to give me a quote,possibly build(re-build)a chimney for a wood burner stove,already have 1 but the lining is falling down inside chimney.We’re in North East Indiana.Please contact me as soon as possible

    26. Amish Contractors Needed

      We are a growing company located in Windham, OH that manufactures and installed machine guarding throughout the Midwest. Carpentry is the best skillset to perform this type of work. Looking for individuals or crews to travel to job sites for 4-6 days at a time for install. Transportation is provided and competitive wages. Is there a better method to advertise for this? If interested, please contact me at or 330-730-4805.

    27. Peg

      Looking for an Amish man near State College PA

      I have been search for an Amish man by the name of John that was renting a farm from another Amish person in Belden PA, near Bedford, he had horses there for a while then they disappeared over night. I need to find him because I have a friend whom has something for him.

    28. Dan Lutz


      I am in search of a polywood outdoor furniture manufacturer.
      I simply seek to buy it for less than I sell it for. My plan is to
      resell at the New Jersey Shore points for profit. I hope that
      you are one of the producers open to expanding their business.
      If you are not one of these professionals, please accept my
      apologies and if you would be so kind to introduce me to one
      who is it would be of great help. I am also willing to pay a
      finders fee to anyone who assists me in contacting one.

      Thank you,

      Dan Lutz

    29. Needed a wood burning cook stove with water reservoir

      I am looking for a older wood burning cook stove with a water reservoir on the side. I live near Humboldt,Iowa. Please call 515-205-5009 with your information to this inquire.

    30. AJ

      Horse trainer needed in Pennsylvania

      I have been told that I should locate an amish horse trainer to break/finish my 12 year old gelding. I am in Pennsylvania near Berks/Lebanon/Schuylkill Counties. Please help!

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      Estimate for kitchen cabinets and install. Will need workers to do whole job. Can provide transportation and wages. Please call 585-451-9168 and leave a message.

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    32. david barnetyt

      amish pallets

      I am looking for Amish pallet makers. Please get back to me.

    33. david barnett

      amish pallets

      I am looking for Amish pallet makers. Please get back to me.

    34. Sarah

      Amish B&B or Farm stays in Maine

      I am looking for information on visiting an Amish community. Google returns bed and breakfasts or farm stays in Pennsylvania. Are there any in Maine?

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    36. The Amish Are Right

      I am starting my journey to tell all the churches that I am suppose to notify. I have been separated from my wife and 5 kids and labeled crazy by them as well as our local church. Crazy because of things that have transpired over the last 2yrs. I am a member of the 144,000 and would like to publicly declare on behalf of the Amish that they were right about electricity. Along my journey I have been unemployed and studied many things that God has put not only into my heart to recognize but into my eyes to see. Well, here it goes…Electricity is used as a transportation tool by the Devil and other entities of the darkness. The most popular tool are “black mirrors” (TV’s). The reason they are of the “darkness” is because they are from a higher dimension. As a higher dimensional object, they can see our dimension (4D) plus through us. Possession is very easy for the sons of disobedience. How is travel possible you ask…that’s when I began to study Quantam Physics. How do I know I am a member of 144,000? Lets just say it started with a hair growing in the middle of my forehead (in about 1-2sec). How am I doing being separated from my family? Well, my parents are deseased and my 2 brothers won’t speak to me (cause I mentioned God to them), and As far as my wife and kids….God assured me 1yr prior to our separation “They will be taken care of”. It has been hard at times but God always wipes away my tears…who else can??? God Bless All That Read This and Take It To Heart! Soon, very soon!

    37. Debbie L. Conner

      Farm For Sale in PA

      Hello. I have 59+ acres farm for sale. Spring Water. Shallow gas well. No brush. House and barn. Very quiet place. Seller keeps mineral rights. This farm is located at 372 Church Road Parker PA. ( near to Rimersburg, PA)

      1. steven barr

        what is your asking price?

        1. Debbie L Conner

          Farm for Sale

          $375,000 or best offer.

    38. Amish Consignment Auctions

      I’d like to see a total list of Amish Consignment Auctions for all states. Not mud or relief sales but true Consignment Auctions.

    39. Steve Cirovski

      Looking For a Garage built

      Hi, i am looking for someone to build a two car garage with living space above roughly 36′ x 28′ attached to our existing home. I am located in Huron County Michigan. If anyone could recommend anyone or point me in the right way i would greatly appreciate it.
      Thank you

      1. marlene henry

        Did you ever find the Garage help?

        I need a garage renovated. An Amish crew came in and did a beautiful job for a neighbor who I heard has since moved. If you had any luck please share your contractor information.

        Thank you. Thank you.

    40. Mette Karlsen

      I need to find an Amish seamstress immediately.

      Good afternoon, Friends,
      I live in Spring City, PA, which is approximately half-way between Lancaster County, PA, and Philadelphia, PA. Though I do take sewing lessons, I do not at all have the sewing skills necessary to alter or resize any clothing–it’ll take me years to get to that level of skill. I own several authentic Amish dresses that are lovely, but which don’t fit me, and I’m sick of them hanging in the closet day after day. Mainstream/English tailors and seamstresses tend to not do well with Amish clothing–they’re not trained for it. Therefore, I am posting this message to ask if anyone can point me to an Amish seamstress, or just any regular Amish girl or lady in PA who knows how to sew well and will take me on. Any info. is greatly welcome.

    41. Sean Spencer

      Amish Mare's Milk

      I’m looking for a Mare’s Milk (in Powder form) supplier. I’ve heard there are some Amish Country Farms that produce it.

      1. Victoria

        Amish Mare Milk

        Does anyone know of any farms in the Untied States that produce Mare milk? Thank you.

    42. D. A. Sattazahn

      Wanted: Tree Feller

      I’m looking for someone to take down two ornamental trees in the Lancaster County, Pa area. Please email me.

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    45. referral

      i am looking for an Amish furniture maker in the Syracuse area to make a dining table top for an existing base i own. Can you refer me to a furniture maker willing to do this?
      many thanks,

    46. Michelle Kent

      Looking to have a shed moved approx 65 miles

      I’m looking for someone that can move a shed that measures 13’ tall x 10.7’ wide x 13’ long. Need moved trombone louisville to Owen County, Ky. 502-319-3264

    47. Bert Clayton


      I been to an Amish sawmill in W.Va. long ago. Very impressive. A huge bandsaw about the size in a commercial mill but powered by a horse. When the horse started, he’d make that blade sing. Powerful.

      But where is an Amish or Mennonite sawmill in or near SC?

    48. DeEtta


      I am looking for a horse (preferred for a cross between a draft and quarter horse).
      One that drives and rides.
      Young, prefer gelding.
      Thank you

    49. Deb Hashbarger


      Am looking for an Amish farmer to buy alfalfa hay for my horse. I live in Wichita, Ks and would be willing to pick up. Not necessarily looking for amount Huge amount at one time, 5 to 10 bales amount a time, but would be regular buyer for good quality alfalfa.
      Thank you…….316-393-2624

    50. Peter Petroski

      Amish Auto Garage

      I am looking for an Amish garage that can do welding & frame repair on a Toyota PU with some rusted holes in frame. Call or email. 717-817-1711

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