The History Of This Beloved Arkansas Farm Goes Back Further Than You Think

If you frequent any of Northwest Arkansas’ farmers markets (after all the biggest one in the state just so happens to be in Fayetteville), then you’ve more than likely had the pleasure of tasting the flavor-packed fruits and veggies from the McGarrah Farm. This beloved family farm is a Natural State favorite but you’d be surprised to know just how long the McGarrah’s have been serving the area. Let’s find out how to many ways you can enjoy the farm’s splendor as we uncover the roots of this flourishing family tree.

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You can also swing by the McGarrah website for locations, hours, and more details about their events.

Did you know how old the McGarrah farms were? How long has your family been visiting the farm? Share with us in the comments below!

The McGarrah’s were around before Arkansas was inducted into the Union in 1836! In fact, Arkansas almost never became a state in the first place.