Kristy’s Barn is a family farm that is 112 years old and three generations Strong! The farm was established in 1910 as Glenwood Fruit Farm and Dairy by Fred and Jessie Lemka, the 300+ acre farm has been ever changing to keep up with the times.
Even with the changes, the farm mission has always remained the same- to produce high-quality, healthy food using green farming practices, share the knowledge and love of farming, and give back to the community whenever possible.
Kristy’s Barn U-Pick
Throughout the year there are a variety of opportunities to pick your own! Crops and approximate seasons are listed here, however every year is different so we recommend calling the store before you visit!
Tomatoes (24 varieties
In The Farm Store
Flowers and Plants
Mountain Products Smokehouse
Pies and Baked Goods
Kristy’s Barn Community Supported Agriculture (CSA)
When you become a member of the CSA, you are purchasing a “share” of the harvest and assuming some of the agricultural risks. In mid June through mid September members receive a weekly basket of fresh picked vegetables. Customer who enjoy a CSA are those who like to (or want to start) eating healthy, local and enjoy trying new recipes.new vegetables. The CSA baskets include common vegetables, ones everyone are familiar with and enjoy, and also less common vegetables. Kristy’s Barn offers recipes/website suggestions to encourage people to try new vegetables, and new recipes for traditional vegetables. This year, Kristy’s Barn will be offering limited memberships in two, Community Supported Agriculture, (CSA) enterprises, a Summer vegetables CSA and a Fall Fruit CSA.