4485 W 1000 N Rossville, IN 46065 Google Map 765-230-0735

Silverthorn Farm has revolutionized the farm-to-table concept!

Why Do We Do It?
We truly believe that all people should have access to clean, healthy, local food. If you are the type of person who really cares about the food you eat and where it comes from, then you are going to love Silverthorn Farm.
How Do We Do It?
We have a completely unique on-line ordering system (you pick what you want, when you want it).  
We offer a variety of “no-hassle” pick-up locations. No scheduling your life around wanting fresh, high-quality food. 
We have more acres than a typical farm, meaning we can offer more varieties of your favorite vegetables and some fruits. 
What Do We Do?
We’re a farm using 100% Organic methods to produce hundreds of fruits and vegetables for sale to our members, at farmer’s markets and to wholesale partners.
 Silverthorn Farm, owned and operated by Nate & Emily Parks, is a small, diversified vegetable and small animal farm located on 120 acres of land in northern Clinton county, near Rossville. In 2006 we started our farm in Montgomery County beginning with only pumpkins and melons the first two years on about 5 acres of land. Now, we grow more than 200 varieties of 40 different types of vegetables on 20 acres of family owned land AND use 100% organic methods.

Mild fall = beatiful greens!

November 29th, 2015

What's Happening on the Farm   The holiday season is officially upon us. With nearly 40 people at our Thanksgiving feast this past Thursday it is easy to see that we are blessed with a huge fami

Beautiful Fall weather!

November 1st, 2015

WHAT'S HAPPENING ON THE FARM? And the mild fall rolls on! Each week that we continue to harvest outdoors gives us one more week of harvest in the greenhouses this coming winter. Right now the greenho

Change for the good

October 11th, 2015

What's Happening on the Farm It is harvest season all across the Midwest and scenes like the one below can be seen all across the countryside. But what is different about this empty corn field? It i


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