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TwoLynns Farm

We love our farm and like to share it with visitors so we're always ready with our "nickel tour" and free samples of whatever we're producing at the time. We sell poultry, eggs, and seasonal goodies like pure maple syrup and fresh apple cider. It's a laid back experience so let your hair down and wear sturdy shoes (pasture friendly). We happily sell farm products but the hospitality is free.

T & J Spring Hill Farm

Tyler Feed

located for your shopping ease just south of Middlebourne on rt.18

Sycamore Creek Farm

Sycamore Creek Farm produces vegetables, mushrooms, fruit and eggs using sustainable agriculture methods. We offer CSA shares. See our website for more information

Barb's Diner

Proudest of its down-home atmosphere and friendly service and is best known for its daily specials that often sell out. Breakfast is served anytime.


Hillcrest Farm and Fiber

raw skirted alpaca fiber in many colors suri and haucaya

Greenbrier East FFA

Tyler FFA

Tyler FFA will make Summer Sausage during Deer Season. $2.00 per lbs and you need 25lbs of meat. We also have a Ham & Bacon Sale every March. We Sell the Hams & Bacons to the community.

Gracious Meadow Farm

We participate in the local Farmers Markets in Doddridge and Tyler counties.

Flying Cow Farm

Ammons Family Farm

Lazy Acres

We are a family owned and operated farm with hands on oportunity for all visitors.

Menagerie Farm

Tyler County Farmers' Market

The 2011 Tyler County farmers' markets will start Saturday, June 18 and be held each Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon. We are at a new location this year -- at the edge of Witschey's parking lot on W.Va. 18, next to the grassy knoll. There is no set-up fee to vendors; however, vendors should provide their own tables. Canopies will be provided.

Triple B Farm

Blue Finch Studio

Home in the Holler

Home in the Holler is often described as the house at the end of the holler in the middle of nowhere Tyler County.


Rising Moon Farm

Rising Moon Farm is located in rural West Virginia in Tyler County. We like to say we are a little bit close to nowhere. We use sustainable practices in raising our flowers and selected specialty herbs and vegetables. We also produce one of a kind rustic craft items for the home and garden and fiber art.