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The Mushroom Hut @ Fox Farms

Listing Appalachiangrown

We were excited to be asked to be part of this years' Mother Earth News Fair. We will be doing workshops in the Modern Homesteading category...Flower Essence Jellies and Tapping Maple Trees using Sumac Spiles. We are using our on-farm kitchen facility to hold "Food Business" classes! We now offer (in season) heirloom Bloody Butcher cornmeal we are grinding. We also offer Farm Fresh jellies! We are growing our own Cascade Hops and making Hops Flower Jelly! Follow us on Facebook (Susan Tipton-Fox and The Mushroom Hut @ Fox Farms) and view our farm photos. Each year we try to diversify into a more sustainable farm and way of life. We have a dairy goat farm where all the animals are treated humanely! We offer "Animal Feed" goats' milk and cheese (when milking). We will also be offering informative workshops through Mayland (Yancey Campus) and on-farm workshops on keeping and taking care of goats, making cheese, growing Shiitake Mushrooms and more. We offer in-season produce and berries. We want to offer a naturally grown product. We are also Seed Savers. We use natural fertilize/compost from the farm for the gardens, we offer pollinator/beneficial insect habitats to encourage natural pest management and increase fruit/produce production. We use cover crops and crop rotation. We have Shiitake mushrooms grown naturally on logs. We offer Mountain/Native American crafts (drums, dreamcatchers, corn shuck dolls, hand-made forged knives, goats' milk soap, hand-made necklaces from local stone found here on the farm, hand-made tiles and more. You can find our products at our online store through



54 Labrador Ln.

Burnsville, North Carolina

Business Contacts:

Alan & Susan Fox
Phone: 828-682-1405


We now have an On-Farm Certified Kitchen and farm store that serves as our roadside stand too. We offer fresh produce, flower essence jellies as well as traditional jams/jellies, flowers, herbs, plants, crafts and more. CSA pick-up. Call for details. We also offer classes/workshops.

Our store is open from May to November.


Alan and Susan Fox—We offer what we call value-added shares. Depending on the season it could be “pet food” goat cheese and milk, soaps, jellies, cornmeal, baked goods, and more. Call for availability and pricing.

Pick Up Spots

Pick up: on-farm kitchen facility or market.


  • Product

Products Offered

  • Vegetables
    garlic, sweet potato, winter squash, beets, pumpkins, summer squash, turnips, mustard greens, tomatoes, swiss chard, salad mix, lettuce, hot peppers, sun chokes, potatoes
  • Dairy & Eggs
    goat cheese, milk, eggs
  • Grains
    grain corn
  • Flowers
    edible flowers, fresh flowers
  • Transplants
  • Nuts & Seeds
    walnuts, chestnuts
  • Processed
    pet food, soap, jam, preserves, bread, baked goods, corn meal, teas
  • Fruits & Berries
    pears, kiwis, cherries, wineberries, raspberries, blackberries
  • Herbs
    fresh herbs
  • Specialty Products
    hops, luffa, seeds, dairy goats, decorative, floral wreaths, Christmas wreaths, artisan crafts, candles
  • Forest Products
    honey, mushrooms
  • Farm Tourism & Events
    educational programs for school children, farm tours, workshops


We offer workshops on several topics: Shiitake Mushroom start-up, Introduction to Goats, How to tap your own Maple trees to make Maple Syrup (and making your own taps!), these are just a few... call for information, dates and pricing!

Practices Followed

GMO-Free, Humanely Raised, Organic (not Certified), Pasture Raised, Wild Harvested

Wholesale Local Food Guide Listing

See this listing in ASAP's Wholesale Local Food Guide, ASAP's Farm to Business Trade Directory (formerly the Mixing Bowl)