|Casey County Produce Auction will hold two|
of their four weekly produce auctions on
Thurs, August 4 at 5pm and Sat, August 6 at 2pm.
If coming from Hwy 127, you will see Lavern's Produce Stand on the left at the end of South Fork Creek Road, at SR 910, and as you drive down South Fork Creek you will come upon several stores and produce markets. Not far from SR 910 is Misty Mountain Sales and Casey County Produce Auction. A few miles along the road is South Fork Furniture, South Fork Produce and Sunny Valley Country Store (with Hillside Greenhouse and Produce on top of the hill above––both stores are air-conditioned, too).
If you continue out to the end of South Fork Creek past Sunny Valley Country Store and follow the signs, you will come to Zimmerman's Farmstead Cheese (about seven miles from SR 910). Please note that all of these stores and produce stands are open every day but Sunday, and generally 8-5pm or 6pm.
|The shelves of Sunny Valley Country Store are always well-stocked.|
|Brooms sold at Sunny Valley are made |
by a local Old Order Mennonite man.
|Make room for melons! These Casey County watermelons|
await their sale at South Fork Produce, a farmer's produce cooperative.
Be sure to pick up a free 'GROW Casey County' postcard at one of several area vendors
and tell them you heard about us on this website. Then send it to a friend!
NOTE: For a good all around article on the Old Order Mennonite Community (and information on The Bread of Life Café, which doesn't seem to have a website at present), I recommend Angela Oldfield Osborne's website/blog, Save My Small Town and this particular entry [Click HERE].