West Produce

About US
West Produce is a family owned and operated produce farm located in the Spring Lake area of Harnett County. West Produce features produce, hayrides, tours, field trips, and special activities.

Our Products
Super Sweet Corn, Peas, Squash, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Melons, Okra, Potatoes, Collards, Beets, Turnips, Greens, Green Onions, Cabbage, Apples, Beans, Blueberries, Strawberries, Jams, Jellies, Peppers, Pumpkins, Farm Animals, Hay Rides, Farm Tours, and Birthday Parties

Directions
From Spring Lake: Take HWY 210 N to Bethel Baptist Rd and take a right. Hayes Rd is the approximately 2 miles on the left. Take a left and the stand is on the left. From Fayetteville: Take 401 N towards Lillington. Take a left on Elliott Bridge Rd and go until you reach Bethel Baptist Church Rd. Take a left and Hayes Rd will approximately 2 miles on the right.

Hours of Operation
April 26-Nov 24: Mon.-Sat. 10-6 PM Sept. 17-Oct. 31 Mon.-Sat. 9-6 PM and Sundays 2-6 PM

Here's where you can find our products
Most items are sold only at the farm market. Most major credit cards accepted.

West Produce
Tommy West
2026 Hayes Road
Spring Lake, NC 28390
HARNETT County
Phone: 910-497-7443
Fax: 910-436-3139
westproduce@embarqmail.com

Special News

As owners of West Produce, Tommy and Jean have the goal of helping to educate youth about vegetable production and the methods of American agriculture. To accomplish this goal teachers are invited to bring students for educational tours. Understanding that teachers have specific objectives to meet during the school year, the following topics are incorporated into each farm tour: the needs of various plants including 35 varieties of crops and vegetables, the needs and uses of a variety of farm animals (including sheep, poultry, goats, cows, and pigs), and the importance of good soil to plant growth. Please call ahead to schedule.




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