6899 S 450 W Rossville, IN 46065 Google Map 765-589-1328

Farm Description

Organically raised, chemical-free, Non-GMO vegetables, fruits, meats, and eggs

Grace and Truth Farms is a family collaboration farm that grows organic, non-GMO, & chemical free produce and eggs. Our mission is to deliver quality, locally grown produce to our community. Our Christian faith is very important to us and is part of every aspect of our business. John 1:14 tell's us that Jesus was full of Grace & Truth.  We want Grace & Truth to be the foundations of our business, as we raise our five daughters on the farm and interact with the families and people we come into contact with. We hope to teach our children an old-fashioned work ethic and values by helping produce food on our farm.

Please contact us on Facebook for any additional information you would like about our farm or if you would like to place an order. You can also visit our farmers market stand on the following days:

Fishers - Sat 8:00a-12:00p 
Downtown Indy - Wed 9:30a-1:30p
West Lafayette - Wed 3:30p-7:00p. 

The owners of Grace and Truth Farms are Zach and Bethany Brown in collaboration with Gordon and Suzi Kerst and Rick and Peggy Crum.

A detailed list of all the items we grow on our farms is below.  Everything is organically grown, chemical free, Non-GMO, right from our farm.

Our Produce



New recipe: Chopped SaladMarch 3rd, 2017

Here's a dish to make on a night that's too hot to turn on your stove. Cool, crunchy, refreshing, goes with anything… chop the veggies into the shape you prefer – cubes, half-moons or rou

New recipe: Slow-Cooked Pulled Pork TacosMarch 3rd, 2017

  The best cut to use for this is shoulder roasts.  A good braise is done long, slow, and in a flavorful liquid. If you have the time and don't mind turning the oven on this time of year, a

New recipe: Pico de GalloMarch 3rd, 2017

3 yellow or red onions 12 Roma or fleshy tomatoes 2 cups fresh cilantro leaves 2 to 3 jalapenos 1 lime Salt   Dice up equal quantities of onion and tomato. Roughly chop the cilantro. Slice 1 or 2