Local Producers

Meet some of our Farmers


Capriole Farmstead Goat Cheese
Greenville, IN

http://www.capriolegoatcheese.com/

Farmstead means they make their fresh, ripened and aged chevres by hand, right where they live, using only the milk of their own herd. We feature a rotation of their fresh cheeses on our Indiana Cheese Plate for our dinner customers.

 

 


Fischer Farms
Jasper, Indiana

http://www.ffnatural.com/index.htm

We use Fischer Farms for our hamburgers, breaded tenderloins, and whenever possible - steaks. Farms Natural Beef is fed an all vegetarian diet of grain and high quality grasses. All excess fat is trimmed for a lean healthy meat. Finally, beef is aged for 14 days to achieve a premium taste and tenderness only found in fine restaurants. Fischer Farms Natural Beef and Pork are hormone free and antibiotic free.


Good Life Farms
Eminence, Indiana

http://www.goodlifefarms.com/

Our salads feature Good Life Farms’ greens whenever our gardens are unable to supply your salads and herbs. They grow for a sustainable future using advanced hydroponics and field methods focused on water, nutrient and soil conservation without the use of non-organic pesticides. Hydroponic Crops include Lettuce, Basil, Arugula, Chinese Cabbage, Swiss Chard, Mustard, Kale, and Cilantro. Field crops include Heirloom Tomatoes and Spinach.


Gunthorp Farms
Lagrange, IN

http://www.gunthorpfarms.com/

Our juicy and tender chicken comes from Gunthorp Farm’s Cornish Cross chickens. They are day ranged and also receive a mixture of corn, soybeans, and Hubbard’s Homestead mineral mix.
Our bone-in pork chops and pulled pork BBQ sandwiches are from purebred Durocs, farrow to finish” on pasture; virtually the same manner as the past 4 generations of Gunthorps.

 


Schacht Farms
Bloomington, Indiana

http://www.schachtfleecefarm.com/

Farm fresh eggs make the best breakfast, desserts and well… just about everything. Their ladies are happy to be free ranging on pasture inside a protective electric fence. They chase after bugs, take dust baths in the sun and forage for legumes, with supplements of locally grown grains and organic supplements.