Who Are We?
Established in 1855, Carriage House Farm has been single-family owned for five generations. We are a registered Ohio Sesquicentennial Farm located in historic North Bend, 20 minutes drive from downtown Cincinnati.
What do we do?
We produce whole and milled grains and honey, and grow and forage fresh vegetables, fruits, greens, herbs, and edible flowers to supply CSA members, retailers, and the best local farm-to-table restaurants. Carriage House Farm is also a host to a series of on-farm dinners and local food events, as well as a participant in food events throughout the Midwest.
And in 2018, we will offer an on-farm market in our new building on Lawrenceburg Road, as well as a "virtual" market here on our website for the purchase of our non-perishable goods.
Always trying to grow the regional food culture that defines who we are, we make time to work with local organizations to help preserve old and native breeds of plants and vegetables, educate the community about the importance of buying food locally and seasonally, build the local farm-to-table community, and support locally-owned businesses.
Where are we located?
With the opening of a new building in 2018, we currently have two main sites you might want to visit depending on your plans at the farm.
Visit the market garden
Have your garden group or students take a tour!
Work the market garden
Hey, Workshare CSA members!
Attend an on-farm dinner
That is unless it's raining and then we'll likely send you to the new building
Visit or Board your horse at Carriage House Stables
A separate business from the farm, but on our property right across the street from the farm house
Shop at the On-Farm Market
Meet with MadHouse Vinegar Co.
separate business from the farm, but located in the new building