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Newest Local Farmers Markets

Sandhills Farmers Green Market
(910)9473188
Pinehurst, North Carolina 28374

Acacia Park Farmer's Markets
970-785-6133
Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903

Loudoun Flavor Market
804-320-0665
Lovettsville, Virginia 20180

Lanark Farmers Market
(815) 541-0557
Lanark, Illinois 61046

Farmers Market in Menands
518 465 1023
Menands, New York 12204

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New Reviews

Burnsville Farmers Market I, Minnesota

The hours for this market are 8-12, as I am a vendor at this market. -- MJ

Downtown Hartford Farmers Market, Wisconsin

One of the highlights of my every Saturday morning is going to the farmer's market in Hartford. What a treat to buy fresh produce and other goodies from these people who take such pride in selling good, nutritious food. What I absolutely do not appreciate, however, is the fact that people bring their dogs to a place where food is sold out in the open. Dogs shed hair, especially in the hot summer months, and guess what else? I have seen dogs defecate right next to food stands. Even if it is picked up, there are still flies that gather, and the flies certainly get on the food! I know there is an ordinance 8.07 relating to domestic dogs in parks (Jordan Park is right next door), but we absolutely need an ordinance prohibiting dogs from public farmer's markets with a large sign so everyone can see it. After all, why in the world would anyone bring their dog to a farmer's market? What benefit is it to the dog? Really people?? How about a little consideration for those of us who want to buy fresh, in season foods without the thought of contamination from nearby animals. By the way, West Bend has adopted an ordinance prohibiting dogs for this very reason. A response would be appreciated. -- Marjorie Wolf

North Royalton Farmers Market, Ohio

Vendor are just as expensive as their stores. -- Jackie

Cumberland Farmers Market, Wisconsin

The market is actually on Saturdays. From the last Saturday of July through September. I have tried to change the day several times, but it won't save. So Saturdays are the day!! -- Deanna

Milford Farmers Market, Delaware

Need to offer more organic produce! Otherwise very nice... -- blythe Eggleston

 

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