FM 92 features a business in today’s news. We introduce the community to the Autumn Acres Family Farm located at 1300 South Main Street in Butler.
This family farm is owned and operated by Stephen and Talia Miller and son, Macklin of Butler.
The Family Farm Pumpkin Patch will open on Saturday, September 21st for the public. Autumn Acre Family Farm offers nearly 30 varieties of pumpkins and gourds. There is a large range of sizes, colors, shapes and textures. The Autumn Acres Farm in Butler cuts pumpkins from the vine to make your life a little easier. Throughout the season they display and sell a variety of pumpkins near the front of the entrance for those not wishing to walk through the fields.
They offer wheeled carts available to make transporting your pumpkin purchases easier.
Autumn Acre Family Farm is also a family outing with activities for the children, offering a $6.00 general admission charge for ages 2 and older to enjoy the corn maze, hayrides, sunflowers handmade crafts the animal barn, a barrel train, play structures and pick your own pumpkins.
Prices range from 50 cents per pound for standard and specialty pumpkins, miniature pumpkins and miniature gourds for 75 cents each and extra-large variety of pumpkins subject to availability and priced individually.
Make time to tour the Autumn Acres Family Farm this fall, located at 1300 South Main Street in Butler this fall.
Open Saturday’s and Sunday’s 10 am until 6 pm September 21st through October 31st. See them on Facebook.