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Adair Farmers Market, Tues, 2pm-6pmCT, Aug. 5 , 2014


The Adair County Farmers Market, Parking Lot, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY Fresh produce grown EXCLUSIVELY in Adair County. Tuesday mornings: 6am-10amCT; Tuesday afternoons - 2pm-6pmCT, Friday mornings - 6am-10amCT

By Debbie Burris, Barbara Armitage,Jeff Scott, Caitlin Helm, and Darrell Bunnell
As told to ColumbiaMagazine.com(R)

Here's who's here with what:
  • Debbie & Danny Burris, D & D Longview Angus Farm, Gradyville, KY. 270-250-3701 - Tomatoes (Red, Pink. Yellow), Mini tomatoes (Red, Orange, Yellow), Green Beans (Brown, Stick, Missouri Wonder Pole Beans, and Half Runners) Pickling Cucumbers, Okra, Yellow squash, Zuchinni, Eggplant, Peppers, and Cantaloupe! Hope to see you here! - Debbie and Danny
  • Barbara Armitage of Tucker's Station Farms 270-250-2979 - Cucumbers. Heritage Pink Tomatoes. Goliath Tomatoes. Cherry Tomatoes. Blackberries. Green Beans (Jade). Garlic Peppers. Jalapeno Peppers. Sweet Banana Peppers. Sweet Onions. Salsas: Medium, Hot, and El Diablo. Blackberry Cobbler Jam and Blackberry Jam. - Barbara Armitage
  • Mr. Jeff Scott, Scott's Highland Orchards, Antioch, Sparksville, KY. Ginger Gold Apples. Large yellow apple. Good eating and cooking apple. and Sickle Pears or Sugar Pears. - Jeff Scott
  • Darrell Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY, 270-384-5412:Crimson Sweet Watermelon. Charleston Grey Watermelon. Green Bell Peppers. Yellow Bell Peppers, Slicing Cucumbers. Yellow Squash, Red Potatoes. -Darrell Bunnell
  • Caitlin Helm, Lonely Acre Farm, 270-378-0576:Zucchini Bread. Cranberry Carrot Cake. White Bread. - Caitlin Helm


Many vendors at Adair County Farmer's Market accept WIC and Seniors vouchers and credit and debit cards. Vendors have been certified in Good Agriculture Practices (GAP), and a certified management practice to aid in ensuring safe and wholesome foods. For more information Adair County Farmers Market, contact the Extension Office at 270-384-2317. Nick Roy




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