Happy Spring Everyone!

March Farm is a fourth generation family farm destination offering seasonal Pick Your Own berries & fruit along with family friendly activities.  The Farm Store & Bakery is stocked with regional food specialties and fresh baked goods – everything you need to compliment your next meal or dessert.  The rustically beautiful Pond Side Pines & Hill Top Orchard event spaces are perfect to host your next special occasion, outing or party no matter how small or large.  Join us for our next Farm To Table Dinner and other special events – there’s always something to do at March Farm!

 

May Happenings
Saturday, May 4th:

The Hayloft Playscape & Pond Side Animal Yard open for the season.

 

Saturday, May 11th:

The Mobile Pub ‘Marches’ into Spring Family Day.  learn more >

 

Saturday, May 23rd:

The Farm Store & Bakery open for the season.

 

Community Supported Agriculture

Farm Grown Produce. Picked Fresh For You!

Welcome to our 2019 CSA season. Click below to find out more information and sign up. Your commitment to a share of the upcoming growing season cannot be appreciated enough; as we will strive to provide ultra-fresh produce with all the flavor & vitamin benefits, exposure to different produce items & interesting ways to prepare them, designated farm visits & tours to see how your produce is grown and the development of a relationship with the farmers growing them.

Highlights

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Pick Your Own

Seasonal berries, fruits, pumpkins & more!

Eat Fresh
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Family Fun

Come play at the Hayloft Playscape & visit the Pond Side Animal Yard all season long. Explore the Hill Top Corn Maze & take a hay ride in the fall.

Come Play
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Outings & Events

From Farm-to-Table Dinners to reunions and more, March Farm has you covered.

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Weddings

Say 'I Do' under the majestic Pond Side Pines or start your journey into forever in the Hill Top Orchard.

Pick Your Venue

Upcoming Events

Check back often for updates!

Ladybug Liberation

Fun fact: Ladybugs are also known as lady beetles or ladybird beetles. They are natural predators of crop-damaging aphids and other insects, so releasing them in the greenhouse (as seen here) is an efficient way of maintaining a healthy garden.

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