2022 Vendors Wanted

Attention artists and makers of Independence, Cherryvale, Parsons, Coffeyville, Neodesha and surrounding areas. Pumpkin Season will be here before we know it. The Gift Shop and Pumpkin Patch at Prior Creek Farms will be opening the first weekend in October. We’re excited to fill the shelves with handcrafted items from Southeast Kansas and beyond. If you’d like to be a vendor, please fill our consignment agreement or email pumpkinpatch@priorcreekfarms.com with any questions. We’re looking forward to sharing your work with our pumpkin patch visitors!

Items from our gift shop – 2021 Pumpkin Patch at Prior Creek Farms

Vendors Wanted for Our Grand Opening and Youth Pumpkin Festival

VENDORS WANTED for our Pumpkin Patch at Prior Creek Farms grand opening event.

Join us for our opening weekend, October 2 and 3, 2021.

Our First Annual Youth Pumpkin Festival will be held Saturday only. Come join the fun! Guests will enjoy special activities and games throughout the day.

Booths are available for one or both days.

Pumpkin Patch at Prior Creek Farms Youth Pumpkin Festival

Limit of one vendor per direct sales company.

Welcome to our confirmed vendors! We’re happy you’ll be joining us at the Pumpkin Patch!

For more information please email PumpkinPatch@priorcreekfarms.com or see our Vendor Application/Contract or details.

Tractor Time: It’s Hay Season on the Farm

Hay season is in full swing. Lots of hay is needed to feed our cattle in the winter months when grass isn’t growing. We also custom bale hay for others, so this is a busy time of year at Prior Creek Farms!

Enjoy a few clips of the tractor and baler in action. It’s loud, and it was dusty… but it’s fun to watch! If you’d like to see this tractor and other farm equipment up close, visit the Pumpkin Patch for our Hay Days event October 9th and 10th.

Welcome to the Farm, Honey Bees

We have honey bees arriving today, thanks to Black Timber Honey! Our Pumpkin Patch will be hosting the bees for several weeks. To produce pumpkins, insects such as honey bees and bumble bees must move pollen from flower to flower on the pumpkin vines. We’re excited to have these helpful little visitors buzzing around!