COME VISIT THE LARGEST FARMERS MARKET IN THE MIDWEST.
We have over 100 vendors offering their wares for sale. Enjoy some home made jams and jellies or best cinnamon rolls in the Midwest while your walking thru the market take a look at all our craft vendors that make everything they sell. No commercial items are allowed or check out our FAMOUS PRODUCE. The corn is in full swing along with the most tomatoes you will ever see and ever so fresh too. Picked on Friday and offered for sale on Saturday. There is also cantaloupe, cucumbers, zucchini, bell peppers, hot peppers, summer squash, egg plant and much, much more. Come visit with us and enjoy our Food Court for a enjoyable morning.
Who Benefits From Farmers Markets?
Small and Medium-sized Producers.
Farmers markets are often the first point of entry into the marketplace for small and medium-sized producers. Farmers markets help small and medium-sized producers incubate their businesses, develop and test new product lines, obtain better prices for high-value product than alternative distribution channels, and obtain a reliable source of farm income.
Farmers markets allow consumers to have access to locally-produced, healthful farm-fresh food, to develop face-to-face relationships with the farmers who grow the food, and the opportunity to contribute directly to local farm viability.
Farmers markets often serve as an integral part of creating robust local economies, thriving neighborhoods and vibrant civic design plans. They also provide easier access to fresh, healthful food in communities where access to fresh, nutritious food may be otherwise limited.