Farms in the Heartland

By Kylee Wierks | Last Updated November 06, 2014
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A Young Boy Petting a Farm Animal

As Hoosiers, we’re very fortunate to live in such close proximity to dozens of family farms. These farms not only sell fresh produce, but they also provide great learning opportunities for tour groups of all ages. Below is a list of five great family farms in Indiana.

Kelsay Farms & Kelsay Farm Tours, LLC

Kelsay Farm
Why We Love It: Kelsay Farm Tours, LLC is a must-visit fall destination in Whiteland, Ind. The farm features a corn maze, pumpkin patch, and a dairy barn, and a myriad of events. Dairyoke, Cookies and Canvas, face...
|6848 N. County Road 250 E, Whiteland, IN, us
|(317) 535-9150

Smith Family Farms

Smith Family Farms
It is a grain and livestock farm with about 2500 acres of corn and soybeans planted each year. They also have 100 cows, and they raise the...
|7055 W 675 S, Pendleton, IN, us
|(765) 617-1657

The Apple Works

The Apple Works
Why We Love It: Nestled in rolling hills and pockets of woods, Apple Works is a tranquil getaway from the hubbub of everyday life. Taking advantage of Indiana’s unique environment, Apple Works offers delicious and...
|8157 South 250 West, Trafalgar, IN, us
|(317) 878-9317

Waterman's Family Farm

Waterman's Family Farm
Bruce and Carol Waterman opened the doors to Waterman’s Farm Market in 1978 with the goal of providing a supply of healthy, fresh produce...
|7010 E. Raymond St. , Indianapolis, IN, us
|(317) 356-6995

Cook’s Bison Ranch

The Cook family has owned the land since 1939. Everett Cook initially used the land to grow corn for popcorn. Years later, third-generation...
|5645 E 600 S, Wolcottville, IN, us
|(260) 854-3297

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