Market Growth- Wednesday, May 4th


It looks like the farmers market lot could be getting fuller and the vendor turnout will be expanding. As the season progresses and the weather improves, the market grows. In the next month, I expect the lot to be full as more vendors join in. Thank you for your support and patience as the local, seasonal market fare expands and will soon explode as late Spring and early Summer approach.

Join us at the Market, 4pm-7pm. Enjoy live music, complimentary Schlafly beer samples and a great line-up of vendors.

Tomorrow we expect the following vendors (it could change by market time)

Alpacas of Troy– alpaca meat, yarn and more
Baetje Cheese– Award Winning, Artisan Goat Cheese
Bee Simple– a unique variety of locally grown sprouts and microgreens
Biver Farms– certified organic plants and produce; mostly recently lots of garden plants, herb and flowers
Buila Family Farm– a variety of local, seasonal produce; the last few weeks we have seen a variety of greens, strawberries, asparagus, radishes and more
Del Carmen-locally made, authentic, black beans
Ivan– a variety of local, seasonal produce; perhaps broccoli, greens, kale, chard
Eckenfels Family Farm– locally raised, pastured beef and pork cuts
El Chico Bakery– fruit filled empanadas and cookies
Farrar Out Farm- locally raised, pastured beef, pork and lamb cuts
Flower Hill and Rosy Buck Farms– salad mix, sprouts, pea shoots, radishes, eggs, bedding plants, edible flowers, bouquets
iScream-a variety of unique, locally created ice cream treats
Ludwig Farms Creamery– a variety of cows milk cheeses (at this time they are uncertain of attendance)
Red Guitar-a variety of local artisan breads
Riverbend Roots Farm-a variety of local, seasonal produce; we’ve seen a variety of beautiful salad mix, baby chard, spinach and radishes
SeedGeeks– a large variety of non GMO seeds, handmade soaps and a unique variety of honey “goodness”
Tamale Man-fresh, handmade tamales
Three Rivers Community Farm- a variety of local, seasonal produce; she’s had beautiful lettuces, salad mix, radishes, and a variety of greens
Windy Lake Farm- locally raised and pastured beef, pork and chicken cuts

Vendor List May Also Include
Ozark Forest Mushrooms
Weidner Farms

Non Food Vendors this week include-
Roaming Soul Apothecary
Rosebud Soapworks
One Eye Blind Woodworks

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