5454 Cleveland Rd.
Wooster, OH 44691
Spring & Summer Hours
Monday - Thursday
Friday & Saturday
11 am - 9 pm
11 am - 10 pm *
2 - 9 pm
Holiday Hours: (Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day) 1- 9 pm
* Memorial Day thru Labor Day = open til 10 pm on Friday/Saturday
Fall & Winter Hours
Monday - Saturday
11 am - 7 pm
While our premium homemade ice creams have some unusual sounding names (Ditch Tea Delight anyone?), their descriptions may be just enough to get you down to our Ice Cream Shoppe for a visit!
While you're here you can enjoy a tasty bite to eat with a cold glass of milk or other refreshment, browse our book offerings, and stock up on some Hartzler milk and butter. We also carry a select assortment of Amish cheeses and other small novelties.
Click on your favorite-sounding ice-cream flavor for a description, or scroll all the delicious descriptions below:
|Banana Pudding||Farm House|
|Black Cherry||Heifer Trails|
|Black Raspberry Cream||Hot Fudge Brownie|
|Blushing Bessie||Hot Mudd|
|Butter Pecan||Maple Nut|
|Cherry Cheese Cake||Mint Chocolate Chip|
|Chicken Feed||Mocha Caramel Chip|
|Coconut Almond Fudge||Moonure|
|Cookies & Cream||Purple Cow|
|Cookie Dough||Road Hogg|
|Cowboy Crunch||Strawberry Cream|
|Cow Pies & Cream||Trip to the Dentist|
|Ditch Tea Delight||Vanilla|
Real bananas in vanilla ice cream.
Black Cherry ice cream with Black Cherry Chunks
Creamy black raspberry
Wild Cherry ice cream with black cherry chunks, chocolate chips, and vanilla wafers
Butter pecan loaded with roasted, salted pecans.
Cherry swirl & crushed graham crackers in cheesecake flavored ice cream.
This is actually a spin-off of Cow Pies & Cream. We throw lots of almonds, butterscotch swirl and homemade brownies into batches of vanilla ice cream. The result? Although we have never done it, we think this is what it would look like if you threw chicken feed into vanilla ice cream.
Creamy good ole chocolate.
Raspberry puree, cashews and chocolate chunks in chocolate ice cream.
Fudge & Almonds in coconut flavored ice cream.
Crushed Oreos in our premium vanilla.
Creamy vanilla with bits of cookie dough.
Cookies and CreamButter Pecan ice cream with toffee and chocolate swirl.
If you have ever lived on a farm and worked around cows, you will understand how this ice cream got its name. First, we make our brownies big and round. The brownies are then mixed with pecans and chocolate swirl into our homemade vanilla ice cream. It's like a brownie sundae in every bite.
A lot of folks are curious about the origins of this mint ice cream with Oreos®. Our family used to enjoy a delicious fresh mint tea in the summers. The only catch... we kids had to pick those fuzzy mint leaves ourselves out of a large ditch on the farm before Mom could make it.
Light & creamy orange ice cream.
Cherry chunks in vanilla ice cream.
Peanut Butter Ice Cream with Reese's PB Cup, chocolate chips, and peanut butter swirl.
Homemade brownies and fudge in chocolate ice cream.
Zack, Gene Hartzler's son, named this one. You'll have to ask him for more details. OreoTM cookies, marshmallows and chocolate ice cream come together for a fine rich treat.
Premium maple nut ice cream with large walnut chunks.
Minty cool ice cream loaded with chocolate chips.
Mocha ice cream with caramel swirl and chocolate chips
Mocha ice cream with crushed chocolate cookies and fudge
Peanut Butter ice cream with fresh bananas and crushed chocolate cookies
Chocolate Ice Cream, caramel, cheesecake chunks, pecans, and dark chocolate chips.
A smooth and creamy grape sensation.
This is what impatient drivers have often called farmers operating large, slow-moving vehicles on country roads. It's what we call an old favorite that should probably be eaten slowly. It begins with a butter pecan base and then is wonderfully transformed through the addition of generous amounts of chopped SnickersTM and fudge.
Rich and Creamy Strawberry.
Chocolate ice cream with Reese's peanut butter cup candy.
Our #1 seller. Rich and creamy homemade vanilla.
It's full of health tips, recipes and news you can use.
Earlier experiments have shown that cows on a diet of fresh grass produce milk with five times as much of an unsaturated fat called conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) than do cows fed processed grains. Studies in animals have suggested that CLAs can protect the heart, and help in weight loss.
"..The Cream Rises to the top"
Whether you drink it straight from the bottle (we won't tell your mom), or from a favorite glass, there's one thing you need to do first: SHAKE BEFORE DRINKING! That's because our milk is all natural and the cream rises to the top -- that's what makes our milk healthier and tastier than most!