Iseley Farms

Come and meet your local farmer!

About US
The "Home Farm" has been in continuous production by the Iseley family for 217 years. Through the years it has produced timber, tobacco, fruits and vegetables, as well as grazing pastures and feed for cows and horses. The original house and farm buildings (still in use) were all built from timber cut on the farm. Today the farm is recognized as a Conservation Farm, is a member of Forestry Stewardhip Program and is a NCDA Certified Roadside Farm Market.

All produce sold at the Vegetable Barn is organic or grown with limited pesticide use. It is grown by us on Iseley Farms or by other neighborhood growers who are identified on the labels of their products.

We invite you to make the Iseley Farms Vegetable Barn your choice for seasonal fresh produce. Come, meet the people who take pride in growing your food!

Our Products
Spring Season starts mid-April with U-Pick Strawberries as well as early spring cabbage, collards, lettuce, onions,squash and cucumbers. Summer Season includes tomatoes, corn, beans, peas, peppers, melons, okra, squash, eggplant, and blueberries. The Fall Season brings pumpkins, heirloom apples, winter squash, mums and asters, and late season tomatoes and vegetables.

Directions
From downtown Burlington take 87 north on Webb Ave. to Elmira St. turn right, go over railroad track, travel 3.3 miles as Elmira becomes Burch Bridge Rd. Farm entrance on left.

Hours of Operation
Mid-April through Halloween Day:Monday through Friday 9 AM-6 PM Saturday 9 AM-4 PM Sunday 1 PM-5 PM (October only)

Web Site
www.IseleyFarms.com

Here's where you can find our products

Iseley Farms
Jane Iseley
2960 Burch Bridge Road
Burlington, NC 27217
ALAMANCE County
Phone: 336.584.3323
IseleyFarms@bellsouth.net

Special News

Hayrides and farm tours are offered by appointment only.




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