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Adair Farmers Market: FRIDAY, JUNE 10, 2011

Farmers Market Report, usually by Myra Harrison, at 6:30amCT, Friday, June 10, 2011 biggest Farmers Market Day yet! Open 6am-10amCT.
By Ed Waggener, not quite doing the job Myra Harrison, who's not here today

It's a wonderful sun shiny day for a visit to the Farmers Market today. Myra Harrison isn't here today, but the others have a great selection, and Myra will be back as soon as some more of her crops come in.
  • Cait Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY: White Bread. Wheat Bread. And Lemon Bread.

  • Darrell Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY: Blueberries, onions, lettuce, Broccoli, Farm Fresh Eggs, Chicken and Pork. Herbs. Marigolds, and Pepper plants. Hanging tomato baskets, some with ripe tomatoes - great for adding, fresh from your back porch, to salads

  • John and Joyce Wolodozko of J. & J. Produce, McGaha, KY: Squash. Potatoes. Lettuce. Cabbage.

  • Myra Harrison, Yellowhammer Road Farm, between Fairplay and Glens Fork, KY: The Herb Lady is missed today. But she'll be back pretty soon, probably on Tuesday.

  • Margie Rooks, Sano Community: Red Potatoes. Squash. Cabbage. Green Onions. Mustard Greens. Rhubarb. Tomato Plants. Pepper plants, and Sweet Potato Plants.
The Adair Farmers Market is now open at the Adair Extension Office, 409 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY, for the season, each Tuesday and Friday, from 6am-10amCT. -Myra Harrison



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Adair Farmers Market: Rooks & Rooks



2011-06-10 - 409 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY - Photo By Ed Waggener.
Avery Rooks right, was keeping the money in the family this morning, buying a dollar's worth of fresh produce from Margie Rooks who sold to him at kinfolks price - the same as everybody else is paying today. She's got some beautiful Red Potatoes. Squash. Cabbage. Green Onions. Mustard Greens. Rhubarb. Tomato Plants. Pepper plants, and Sweet Potato Plants, today.

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John & Joyce Wolodozki have the finest from McGaha, KY



2011-06-10 .
John and Joyce Wolodozko of J. & J. Produce, McGaha, KY: are at the Farmers' Market this morning with the finest Squash, Potatoes, Lettuce, and Cabbage, grown in the Sulphur Creek Valley at McGaha, District 1, Adair Co., KY.

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Darrell & Cait from Bountiful Coview Farm



2011-06-10 - 409 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
You'll have to come out to get a close up of Darrell Bunnell mostly camouflaged, left by the already bearing hanging tomato plant for sale this morning for just $7. At right is the master baker of Coview Farms, Coburg, KY, Cait Bunnell, who has White, Wheat, and Lemon Bread this morning. The Bunnells are having a great year. Crops are coming in, in great abundance, the hens are laying, and they've had so many good comments on their fresh pork and chicken Darrell is planning to double hog production next year. This morning there's plenty in this one stall for the makings of a great country breakfast. At least there was at 6:30amCT, When this photo was taken.

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