Awarded 2012 WV Conservation Farm of the Year, the Butler's pride themselves on their ability to grow safe, high quality, wholesome fruits and vegetables. Stop by Butler's Farm Market and taste the freshness!
Butler’s Fresh Strawberry PieIngredients:1 quart Butler’s Strawberries1 package strawberry jello1 cup hot water1 cup cold water1 cup sugar1 tbsp. cornstarch
Filling: Mix together jello, sugar, cornstarch and cold and hot water in saucepan. Bring to boil, cook until thickened and glossy. Cool until syrupy. Add 1 quart Butler’s Fresh Strawberries. Pour into 9” pie shell (recipe below) Refrigerate until ready to serve. Top with whipped cream. Shell: combine 1 cup flour, 1 stick margarine (softened) and 1 tbsp sugar in bowl. Press into 9” pie pan with spoon. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes.
Butler’s Fresh Asparagus SupremeIngredients:4 cups fresh asparagus, cut up1) 10-3/4 oz can condensed cream of shrimp soup1/2 cup daisy sour cream2 tbsp coarsely shredded carrots1 tsp grated onion1/8 tsp pepper1/2 cup herb seasoned stuffing mix1 tbsp butter, meltedCook fresh asparagus, covered in a small amount of boiling, salted water for 8 - 10 mins. Drain well. Combine soup, sour cream, carrots, onion and pepper, fold in asparagus. Turn into 1 quart baking dish. Combine the stuffing mix and melted butter. Sprinkle around edge of asparagus mixture. Bake, uncovered at 350° for 30 to 35 mins. Makes 4 to 6 servings.
Butler’s Baked CornIngredients:3 cups fresh corn (cooked and off the cobb)3 eggs beaten1-1/4 cup milk4 Tbsp sugar3 Tbsp flour1-1/2 tsp salt2 Tbsp butter1/8 tsp pepper
Instructions: Combine all ingredients and pour into buttered casserole. Bake 1 hour at 350 degrees and enjoy!
What we really focus on is freshness. My brother is in the orchard picking peaches right now and I have a crew in the fields picking all kinds of vegetables. -Greg Butler
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.
B & G Orchards, Inc. Was Awarded the 2012 West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year
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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Butler's Farm Market is open seasonally Mid-March through November 10.
Market Hours: Mon-Sat 9am to 5pm
1793 Dry Run Road. Take Rt. 9 to Ridge Road and travel 2.5 miles. OR Take I-81 to exit 14. West on Dry Run Road 1.5 miles.