Our Farm

Fruit TreesWe moved to 20 acres in beautiful Convis Township in 1983. Our home is nestled in a quiet, peaceful country nook. We taught our two daughters to be close to the earth while we raised our own meat, fruit, and vegetables.

Bruce loved the challenge of growing fruit trees. He started with apples then added peaches and pears. After a few years, when we realized that we had a lot of fruit, we decided to sell our fruit at the Marshall Farmers Market.

Pam's Jam was born when Pamela turned her love of making (and eating) homemade jam into a business.

Pamela also loves to bake and a few years later Cuppycakes Pastries began with the sale of pies and doughnuts; in time our baked goods line expanded to include bagels, muffins, cupcakes, and more.

The Pantry

Pamela in the StoreOur old fashioned country store, which we call The Pantry, is located at our farm. Here we sell fresh picked and washed apples, peaches, and pears along with our Cuppycakes Pastries such as fresh baked breads, pies, and hot doughnuts, and fresh pressed cider.

We also sell a variety of items provided by local artisans such as aprons, baskets, and some antiques which change on a regular basis and will make your visits to our store always fun and interesting!

Find us at Marshall Farmer's Market—at its new location in the 100 Block of West Green Street— each Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm, May through October. The Marshall Farmer's Market now has "winter" hours! From November through April, you will find us at the "winter" market located inside main lobby of Oaklawn Hospital on Wednesday's from 9 am to 2 pm. You will be able to purchase our home baked breads, hand rolled bagels, muffins, our unique sweet biscuits, cuppycakes, fresh fruit pies, and more. Of course, when the fruit is in season, we will also have freshly picked Michigan blueberries, peaches, apples, and pears. Lastly, we will have our cider and donuts at the market in the fall.

Herb GardenWhen You Visit

When you visit, don't be in a hurry to leave! Bring the whole family and enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of being down home on the farm.Cuppycakes

You can stroll through the herb garden, take a walk in the orchard, head up the hill to see the horses, or follow a trail and bird watch (don't forget to bring binoculars).

Bring a picnic lunch, sit in the garden, and add to your lunch with Cuppycakes Pastries from our store.

We want you to share the peaceful surroundings and wonderful bounty that we have and, most importantly, feel part of our family.