When Karen was a young girl on her dad’s farm, she and her two sisters spend their summers working in the strawberry fields. Her dad, Jim Reimann, had planted several U-Pick patches around the Evansville area. Newburgh residents still remember fondly the U-Pick patch that Jim offered across the street from the Homestead Restaurant. In time, the girls grew up and moved away. And Jim cut back on the U-Pick locations. But Karen stayed close to the farm, and eventually her own kids began to experience the same summer jobs as she once had…
Even though Jim no longer had the various U-Pick locations around the area, he still enjoyed farming. Slowly, he began to expand their farm outside of strawberries, adding other fresh fruits and vegetables. The grandkids, Karen’s kids, were great farm-hands, and allowed Jim to eventually grow the diversity of produce his farm now boasts.
For the past few years, local farmers markets have enjoyed seeing Karen and the kids at their booth teeming with a variety of tomatoes, sweet corn, cucumbers, squash, zucchini, peppers, eggplant, onions, green beans, melons, and the list goes on.
So, when the online farmers market, MarketWagon.com, launched in Southwest Indiana, the Reimann family farm was among the first vendors to come on board. Each week, customers love to order their fresh produce, and see what’s newly fresh that week, for delivery to the door.
Check out the Reimann’s fresh selection at https://evansville.marketwagon.com/collections/vendors?q=Reimann%27s%20Farm%20Market