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Welcome to our Virtual Farm Stand!

 6635 StudeBaker – Virtual Farm Stand,
a year-round, online farm stand
serving Tipp City, Ohio and surrounding communities!



There’s “History in the Baking” at 6635 StudeBaker – Virtual Farm Stand and Home Bakery. We create wonderfully flavorful breads and bakery items (in a conventional oven) using methods and recipes from the 19th and 20th centuries, drawing on our extensive experience in hearth-baking, wood-fired cook stove baking, and baking in a wood-fired brick bake oven. We also use some fabulous modern recipes as well.

Certified organic flours and grains are used in breads baked at 6635 StudeBaker. Homemade hops-and-potato yeast (locally grown hops and organic potatoes), organic yeast, our own organic sourdoughs (including organic einkorn), a long rise, and hand-working the dough, all contribute to the flavor and texture of home-baked breads that are a delight to the eye and a treat for the taste buds.

HOW IT WORKS:

Each week, we list on our website all the products we currently have to offer. The online farm stand is open for orders Thursday (9pm) – Tuesday (8pm)

Products will vary weekly depending on the time of year, but our wide variety will include baked goods using local honey, certified naturally grown sorghum, certified organic eggs and milk. We also use certified organic flours, seeds and grains, herbs and spices, as well as certified organic butter and sugar.

PLACING ORDERS:

Every Thursday at 9pm, a list of available products is sent by e-mail to everyone with a free 6635 StudeBaker – Virtual Farm Stand account. Customers may place their order for the week any time between Thursday at 9pm and Tuesday at 8pm. Orders are only placed via this website, and payment will not be made until pickup. Be sure to look for your confirmation receipt, making sure your order was received.

PICKING UP ORDERS:

Our pickup location is at 6635 Studebaker Road in Tipp City, Ohio 45371, just .3 miles west of the corner of SR201 and StudeBaker Road. If you’re familiar with Bethel Township, it’s two miles north of Bethel School. The gravel lane is on the north side of Studebaker Road.