Mary, Cathy, and Jeremy Baxter offer a variety of vegetables, fruits, hand-crafted jewelry, candles, soaps and fresh eggs. They love to raise heirloom tomato varieties and they are a 7th year vendor. You can find them at the market on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Jeff and Robbie Cothern offer fresh beef and pork, vegetables, salad greens, melons, jams, jellies, relishes, pickles, hand soaps, and hand-crafted goods. They utilize high tunnel and traditional gardening methods to take their season on into fall. They are 7th year vendors and you will find them at the market on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Bert offers a big variety of perennial trees, shrubs, and flowers. You may also find a few vegetables on his table from time to time. He is an 9th year vendor. You can find Bert at the market on Thursdays and Saturdays.
Bart and Kim Roberts offer vegetables, herbs, salad greens, pumpkins, and gourds. They utilize high tunnel and traditional gardening methods. Their specialty is tomatoes and pumpkins. They raise over 10 different varieties of tomatoes and over 40 varieties of pumpkins. They are 7th year vendors. You can find them at the market on Saturdays.
Annie Hardison is a 2nd year vendor and will be offering fresh beef and pork from her farm in the north western part of the county. You will find Annie at the market mostly on Saturday's but may catch a glimpse of her some Tuesday's and Thursday's.
Lendria McClain offers a diverse variety of goods. She offers vegetables, melons, and hand-crafted items along with home baked breads, muffins, cobblers, etc. She uses traditional gardening methods and is a 7th year vendor. You can find Lendria at the market on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Kellee McMillin offers fruits, vegetables, salad greens, eggs, jams and jellies. Her farm is in the south eastern portion of Simpson County and she is a 7th year vendor. Kellee uses both high tunnel and traditional gardening methods. You can find her at the market on Saturdays.
Gene and Sherry Griffin offer fresh and dried herbs, vegetables, fruits, eggs, and maple syrup. They also sell hand crafted carpenter bee traps. They are a 2nd year vendor. You can find them at the market on Saturdays.
Chad and Luke Jackson will be working together to offer annual and perennial flowers, herbs, vegetable plants, vegetables, strawberries, and value added products. They will also have "Jackson' Sausage and Bacon." They are 2nd year vendors and will be at the market mostly on Saturdays.
Willis Jepson and family will offer watermelons, cantaloupes, sweet corn, fresh eggs, and possibly honey. They have two young sons that are eager to work and will have the biggest smiles on their face while loading your watermelons! The Jepsons are 3rd year vendors and will be at the market on Saturdays.
Brenda and Don Wright are new to the market this year. They will have Rada Knives available at their booth. You will find them at the market on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and most Saturdays.