Date(s) - September 22, 2016
Southeast Ohio’s Home-Grown Flavor Starts at the Chesterhill Produce Auction
Thousands of people from throughout Ohio and West Virginia have come to the Chesterhill Produce Auction for the quality products and the camaraderie. Buyers include restaurants, grocery stores, road side stands, individuals looking to preserve food and share with neighbors, and since 2007, Ohio University Dining Services.
About the Chesterhill Produce Auction
The Chesterhill Produce Auction is a social enterprise of Rural Action and is located just outside the Village of Chesterhill in Morgan County. Each season the auction serves thousands of customers from throughout Appalachian Ohio, as well as customers in West Virginia and other parts of Ohio. Hundreds of growers utilize the auction as a place to sell their locally grown produce at wholesale to other businesses in the region, including restaurants, schools, hospitals, pop-up markets in rural areas with limited fresh food access, plus individual buyers who can and preserve.
How the Produce Auction Works
The Chesterhill Produce Auction is held weekly from May through October, with auctions on Mondays and Thursdays. For more information call Tom Redfern or Bob Fedyski at 740-677-4047. The auction is located at 8380 Wagoner Road, between Route 555 and Route 377, southwest of Chesterhill, Ohio in Morgan County.
Customers can bid on produce lots in numerous quantities at absolute auction for whatever their need. For more information about the history of the Chesterhill Produce Auction, please read the case story. You can find prices from previous auction years here.
Chesterhill Produce Auction