Every week during the Indy Winter Farmers Market season, we’ll be profiling one of our local vendors! You can find the full list of IWFM vendors and past profiles here.
Becker Farms, 2nd season at IWFM
Our farm is located in northeast Henry County in the small town of Mooreland. While we began our farming operation with the production of grass-fed freezer beef, we have expanded our offering to include pastured chicken, turkey, duck, pork, lamb, goat and rabbit, as well as eggs and some produce.
Most popular item?
During the winter months, we sell a lot of roasts, stew meat and whole chickens for hearty, slow-cooked meals. Year-round, ground beef, bacon and eggs are in high demand.
Why should people shop at the IWFM?
From our experience, the IWFM has a great group of quality, dedicated farmers, producers and artisans. You can source a wide variety of local products under one roof and connect with the very people who made those items.
What do you buy at the IWFM?
We enjoy supporting fellow vendors at the market and have purchased a variety of items such as breads from Amelia’s, ice cream from Lick, tamales from 3-in-1 Restaurant, greens from Eden Farms, among others.
Learn more about Becker Farms’ operation by watching this documentary created by Ball State University students!