Not often is a bakery a destination stop for travelers, but for those who have ventured to Amish Country and found their way to Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery, that experience alone is a reason to venture to Holmes County.

Sure, a person could walk into Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery and see all of the amazing selections of baked goods, like fry pies, apple fritters and muffins, to name just a few. Or they could view fresh, colorful produce piled high, but why let your eyes have all the fun? Letting your nose savor all of those luscious aromas, like homemade bread and countless freshly baked goods is worth the trip. Or allowing your ears to take in the joyful pop-pop-popping of the kettle corn, made over an open fire just outside, is always a family favorite. Perhaps the touch of a wooly lamb will be an exciting new experience for the youngsters.

Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery isn’t your average bakery. With a wide array of canned goods and homegrown seasonal produce and a huge assortment of flowers, all of your senses will be on full alert with the colors, aromas and fresh tastes of the season. Then there is the farm store, featuring USA made wooden toys, tack, bird seed, leather goods and more. This Holmes County favorite is sure to please with its wide variety of merchandise.

However, there is even more to do than one might expect. A free family-friendly petting zoo featuring a nice variety of farm animals beckons families to experience the farm life up close. They also offer pony and horse rides for a small fee, and just recently Hershberger’s added a new antique farm store, which is sure to delight.

A trip to Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery is a Holmes County highlight for many people who have now made it a destination. It is a visit which will have the entire family anticipating their next trip to Amish Country, when they can once again excite all of their senses.

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Business Hours

Store: Mon - Sat: 8am - 5pm; Sun: CLOSED
Farm: Mon- Sat: 10am - 5pm; Sun: CLOSED
Seasonal Hours January 1 - April: Closed Mondays and Sundays