Friday, June 6, 2008

Farmers' Markets Report June 7 - 13

Here is what you can expect to find at local farmers' markets this week. Things do change due to weather and other factors, but as of the time of this post this is what the vendors at each market think is likely they will be bringing this week to market.

Oxford Uptown

Saturday 7am - noon
Uptown Oxford

Strawberries, spinach, lettuce, spring mix

Findlay Market Farmshed & Grow West

Saturday 8am - 6pm
1801 Race St

Back Acres Farm: Pastured eggs, grass-fed beef, pork whole-hog sausage, farmstead cheeses and homemade ice cream made from unprocessed milk from grass-fed cows. Please Note: this week Turner Farm returns to market and Back Acres Farm move to the Plaza.
Bauer Farm: cut flowers
Greensleeves Farm: tomato & pepper plants, limited lettuce, radishes, greens
Kist Greenhouse: full selection of Spring bedding plants, both flowers and vegetables, hanging baskets
Margaret's Garden: herb plants, forget-me-nots, perennials, rosebushes & cut flowers
Neltner's: hanging baskets and bedding plants, butterhead lettuce, the earliest tomatoes, strawberries
Northgate Greenhouse: Spring bedding plants, hanging baskets, planters, perennials and landscape plants
Shady Grove: Squash blossoms, last of the green garlic and garlic scapes, arugula, lambsquarters, sorrel, baby kale & mizuna, herbs including dill & cilantro, field-ready tomato plants, basil (Sweet, Thai, Opal, Lemon, Lime, Cinnamon & Lettuce) & edible/ornamental hot pepper seedlings. Also, fragrance roses - for 2 weeks only! - Lavender by the bunch, field daisies.
Thistlehair Farm: Garlic scapes, spring mix, spicy spring mix, Swiss chard, spinach, arugula, scallions, rhubarb, honey, radishes, last of the asparagus, heirloom tomato, herb, hosta and perennial plants.
Turner Farm: Lettuce, green garlic, green onions, spinach, rhubarb, herb plants including salad Burnet, basil, summer savory, and milkweed plants for monarch butterflies

Batesville Village Green
Saturday 8am - 11am
George & Main Sts
Batesville IN

Tomato stars, flowering plant starts, strawberries, lettuces, spinach, eggs, rhubarb in limited supply.
Also: Breakfast at the Farmers' Mkt. served on site 8 - 10am featuring local products.

Saturday 9am - 1pm
Anderson Station
7832 Five Mile Rd

B&D Goats: Ricotta cheese, spreadable goat's cheese, baked goods, soaps, lotions
Flour Power: Baked goods
Fair Ridge Farm: Mixed lettuce, cherry belle and pink beauty radishes, parsley, eggs, honey, tomato transplants, homemade unsweetened grape juice
Dean Family Farm: Pastured chicken

West Chester
Saturday 9am - 1pm
The Square at Union Centre

Simon Kenton
Saturday 8:30am - 2:00pm
Simon Kenton High School
11132 Madison Pike
Independence KY

Milford Opening Day
Saturday 10am - 2:30 pm
Milford Shopping Center
1025 Lila Ave (Rt. 50)
Spinach, carrots, beets, yellow squash and zucchini, potted plants, hanging baskets, cut flower bouquets

Hyde Park
Sunday 10am - 2pm
US Bank parking lot

3424 Edwards Rd

Homegrown Bazaar: plant starts (herbs, veggies), potted plants (herbs, veggies), container gardens
Running Creek Farm: Lettuce, fresh strawberry jam, garlic scapes, fresh green garlic
B & D Goats: Ricotta Cheese, fudge (chocolate and peanut butter), Chevre.
Organic Farm at Bear Creek: Spring mix lettuce, salsas, pasta sauce, soups, salad dressings, jams.
Bella Luna: Fresh Pasta
Bergefurd Farm Market: Maybe strawberries
Eaton Farm: Maybe strawberries
Farm Beach Bethel: Lettuce
Hazelfield Farm: Cut flowers
Leah and Polly's Cheese: artisanal cheeses from small US producers
Linwood Sausage Company: Sausages, sausage sandwiches
Madison's: Gelato, carry out dishes from local produce
Martin Hill: Baby greens, lettuces, spinach, jams, salsas, mushrooms
McGovern Bee Company: honey, chap stick made from honey,
Mohr Animal Acres: Pork, beef, lamb
Rising Sun Farm: Eggs, honey
Sheltowee Farm: Mushrooms, German noodles, bread
Walnutridge Acres: Microgreens
Plus: Embrace Sweets, Fromeyer Breads, Jean Paul's Pleasures, Taste from Belgium

Tuesday 3 - 7pm
Wyoming Ave and Van Roberts Place

Sayler Park
Tuesday 4 - 7pm
Town Square Park
Parkland and Monitor Aves

Carrots, beets, Swiss chard, leaf lettuce, radishes, herbs.
Also: live music from the Waterman Project

Whole Foods
2nd & 4th Tuesdays 4 - 7pm
Rookwood Commons
2693 Edmondson Rd

Baby greens, lettuces, spinach, jams, salsas, mushrooms
Special Event: CORV fundraiser grillout

Wednesday 2 - 5:30pm
Milford Shopping Center
1025 Lila Ave (Rt. 50)

Spinach, carrots, beets, a few yellow squash and zucchini, potted plants and
hanging baskets.

Wednesday 4 - 7:30pm
Hamilton & Lingo

The Dixie
Thursday 2:30 - 6:30pm
Erlanger Baptist Church parking lot
116 Commonwealth Ave

College Hill
Thursday 3 - 7pm
5742 Hamilton Ave

Friday 3:30 - 8:00
110 Main St
Brookville IN

Rex Rosenberger: Live Guinea fowl, Muscovy ducks, and Canada geese, eggs, veggies. Currently taking orders for cut-up chickens and whole turkeys for Thanksgiving.
John Dendler: Spinach, broccoli, lettuce
Bill and Norma Rudicil: Early spring veggies.
Pennington Hollow Farm: Head lettuces, triple-washed salad mix, heirloom pepper and eggplants, handcrafted lye soap and more.
We also expect new vendors at the market this week.

Boone County
Daily 9am - 6pm
Burlington Pike

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