Mud Creek Farm and Honey Creek Farm are operated by father & son, Nick and Tim Carter. Honey Creek Farm, the family's 4th-generation family farm, is an 80-acre homestead in Southern Howard County. Started in the post-world-war-II era, the dirt was poor quality, crops were bad, and the land was cheap. But grandpa used rotational grazing to replenish the organic material in the soil and today we have a beautiful and productive farm where we raise grass-fed beef, heritage pork, and pastured chicken. Nick and his wife started Mud Creek Farm, a smaller urban farm on the outskirts of Indianapolis, where they raise smaller livestock, eggs, and several acres of vegetables. Together, the two farms offer a wide range of meat, eggs, and produce to the Market Wagon marketplace.
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Pickles and Pot Roast? You have to try this dill seasoning kit with your Chuck roast today!
Load the crockpot in the morning. Come home to a delicious dinner.
We got into our 2nd patch of green beans, and it's TEEMING! Get some today, fresh-picked, in 3lb big bag.
The warm weather means hens are happy and happy hens are laying more and more. We are loaded with eggs. Help us clear them out!
New Year Sale. Today through Sunday, 30% off eggs!
If you wonder why we do what we do, check out Nick Carter's book "More than a Mile."
Fill your freezer. Our 1/8th beef bundles are ready for pre-order.
For some reason, our jalapeño plants are loaded this week. Help us make sure they don’t go to waste: 25% off.
While are newest hens are still laying smaller, "pullet eggs," we are offering them $1.00 off regular dozen price.
This week, save 50% off when you order the book by Market Wagon co-founder & CEO, "More than a Mile: What America Needs from Local Food."