Preble County produces some of the best food, textiles, arts and crafts, and more. For the best of what Preble County has to offer, visit these producers who participate in the Preble Roots program, which will soon feature a printed directory of local goods produced in Preble County. Keep an eye on this website, as we'll be updating when new producers join the program.
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The Yarn Barn @ Blessed Criations
The Yarn Barn raises alpacas on a farm in southern Preble County. Each year, they harvest the fiber and process it into some of the most beautiful luxury yarns available. The yarns are made on site at the Yarn Barn's fiber mill. Check out their website for more information on yarn, outerwear, and even classes and events where you can see the fiber mill!
Wesler Orchards and Farm Market
New Paris holds a gem in Wesler Orchards. If you're an apple fan, be sure to put the Wesler Farm Market on your itinerary. They feature a wide variety of apples (including pick-your-own), pumpkins, tomatoes, peaches, raspberries, asparagus, sweet corn, peppers, squash, jams, honey, homemade pies and fruit cobblers, caramel apples, and the best apple cider around.
Preble Clayworks and Apiary
Out in West Alexandria, you'll find some of the best pure, raw, unpasteurized and unfiltered honey around at Preble Clayworks and Apiary. You'll also find some exquisite ceramic wares, including jewelry, jewelry keeps, garden wares, decorative items, and vessels.
The Old Thyme Way
Handcrafted in Lewisburg, Old Thyme Way makes room sprays, premium lotions, premium liquid hand soap, fine fragrance spray, perfume oil, room reed diffusers, liquid tarts, and the Old Thyme Soup Mix! Check their website for a list of places to purchase Old Thyme products.
JT Moreland Farms
Keeping around 100 cows, JT Moreland Farms sells them as seedstock and beef. Since 2003, JT Moreland Farms has had the goal to breed cattle that excel in all areas necessary to be successful in the beef industry.
37 Acres Grass Farm
If you're in the market for humanely raised, drug-free chicken, turkey, and pork, make your way to 37 Acres Grass Farm in Camden. Daniel and Brandi French moved back to Preble County in 2015 to start 37 Acres, and they hope to provide you with delicious, healthy, antibiotic- and hormone-free meats.