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Butlers Farm Market

Contact: Greg Butler
Work 1793 Dry Run Road Martinsburg WV 25401 US Work Phone: 304-262-9414 Website: Butler's Farm Market

Biography

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Five generations of the Butler Family have farmed on Dry Run Road all producing fresh, wholesome produce in abundance.  Now, we share with you, the bounty that God has bestowed upon us.

During the early 1900’s the Butler Family ran a dairy operation which involved bottling their own milk as well as delivering their product door to door.  Around this same time the earliest apple trees were planted behind the family farm house on Dry Run Road.

In the mid 1950’s brothers Bruce and Elwood Butler took over the operations of the dairy and continued to milk over 200 head of cattle in addition to running apple orchards.  The first peach trees were planted in the 1980’s around this time the Butler’s gave up the dairy operation and continued to plant more orchard.  Today, Bruce’s two sons, Bruce Jr. and Greg currently operate the orchards and recently added the farm market in 2002.  Over 300 acres of apples, peaches, nectarines, plums, berries, and other various vegetables are picked fresh and sold at Butler’s Farm Market as well as wholesaled to other farmers markets in the Eastern U.S.

Owned and operated by Bruce Butler Sr. and his sons, Bruce Jr. and Greg, this award recognizes their outstanding conservation of natural resources on B&G Orchards 403-acre family farm where they grow more than 75 varieties of fruits and vegetables, and raises about 115 head of cattle.  The family also owns Butler’s Farm Market, where they sell a majority of the produce they grow.

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