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Our vendors work hard all year long to bring our customers the freshest foods and most vibrant community experience in the area. Visit some of our individual vendors websites and let them know how much you enjoy their products.

prospective market members: The Lexington Farmers' Market strives to provide a wide variety of products to the community while maintaining an engaging market for our vendors. as such, we only have a limited number of new vendor spots available each year for our various market categories. If you are interested in joining the market, first visit the FAQ Page to check for eligibility and other requirements.  then email info@lexingtonfarmersmarket.com with a brief description of your operation and we will get back with you quickly. If your product would more likely be considered an Arts or Crafts please visit the Downtown Lex Corp's Artist Market website for more details on how you can participate in the Artist market. 

**The 2017 New Market Member Application is now available. Follow the link below for application details and membership requirements. Please direct additional questions to info@lexingtonfarmersmarket.com https://goo.gl/69d0pm**

Only market members are premitted to sell items at the Lexington Farmers' Market. Each market member goes through a review process, obtains local and state health and safety permits, and is subject to inspection. If non-members attempt to sell items at any of the market locations, they will be asked to leave by market staff.

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A list of

2016 Market Members

Barton Bros. Farm (Fayette Co.)First day of corn

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Barton Bros has been selling home grown sweet corn for over 30 years. Always picked the day of sell. Look for the old green truck.

People to know : Betty, Bob & Matt

Specialty: Sweetcorn

Bellaire Blooms (Fayette & Woodford Co.)bellaireblooms

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Bellaire Blooms is a small local flower farm committed to providing the Bluegrass area with unique and decadent specialty cut flowers. We strive to make our customers happy by growing the highest quality blooms using sustainable earth-friendly practices.

People to Know : Anna & Aaron

Specialty: Flowers

Best Family Farm (Madison Co.)

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We grow heirloom beans, tomatoes, and winter squash; also blueberries and blackberries; beans also sold as shuck beans and seed beans.

People to Know : Bill

Specialty: heirloom tomatoes & beans

Bev's Best Brittle (Fayette Co.)bevsbestbrittle

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My brittle is an airy and light gourmet peanut confection that has a texture that will surprise your palate.

People to know : bev

Specialty: Peanut brittle

Blue Moon Farm (Madison Co.)

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Small family farm growing sustainably & specializing in garlic, herbs, and other seasonal produce as well as offering KY Proud products from other small KY producers.

People to Know : Leo & Jean

Specialty: garlic

Bluegrass Kettle Mastersbgkettlemasters

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Pop, crackle and smell. Aaah, it's kettle korn. Better yet, it's Bluegrass Kettle Masters Kettle Korn, the best in all the land. Taste as good as it smells? Even better.

People to know : Matt & Andrea

Specialty: Kettle Corn

Boone Creek Creamery (Fayette Co.)

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Boone Creek Creamery cheese is handmade using European techniques with no mechanical equipment in the heart of central Kentucky, Lexington. This protects the flavor and texture of the finished cheese. It is more time consuming and very labor intensive, but we believe it creates better cheese. We hope you agree.

People to know : Ed

Specialty: Cheese

Boyd Orchards {Woodford Co.)

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The Boyd's of Boyd Orchards, 5th generation fruit growers hailing from Southern Illinois, bring their many years of experience in growing delicious produce and agri-entertainment.  Come on out and experience family fun at its finest on our neatly kept farm in Versailles, KY!

People to Know: Terry & Hunter

Specialty: Apples

Brown's Tastee Beer Cheese (woodford Co.)

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Mild, Hot, Pepper Jack, Horseradish beer cheese, banana walnut bread, BBQ sauce, cheese balls (seasonal).

People to Know : Garland

Specialty: Beer Cheese

Bybee Farm Produce (Madison Co.)

Four generations of quality, locally-grown fruits and vegetables.

People to Know : Gerald & Debbie

Specialty: Tomatoes & Beans

Cherry Seed Coffee (Fayette Co.) {Instagram} {Facebook} 

Freshly roasted coffee for the perfect cup! Each batch roasted for maximum flavor.

People to Know : Lacey

Specialty: Coffee

Cleary Hill Farm (Anderson Co.)

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Seasonal Vegetable Farm

People to Know : Joe

Crank & Boom (Fayette Co.)

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Lexington's favorite craft ice cream! Made with local dairy and fresh ingredients inspired by seasonal produce and exotic flavors.

People to Know : Toa & Mike

Specialty: Ice Cream

D & F Farm (Fayette & Pulaski Co.)

Diverse vegetable production.

People to know : Jason

Dad's Favorite LLC (Fayette Co.)

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After a history of cooking and feeding friends and family in May 2008, Dad (James Caudill) and Susan Bratton founded Dad's Favorites located on Lexington, Kentucky. Dad wanted to share his favorite creations with everyone! The criteria was short and simple, the food had to be distinctively different. Following that philosophy, Dad's Favorites success has blossomed with products that are unique in taste and leave you wanting more.

People to know : James & Charlie

Specialty: Cheese Spreads

Elmwood Stock Farm (Scott Co.)

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Our certified organic family farm produces grass-fed beef and lamb, pastured poultry and eggs, vegetables, berries, and other wholesome farm foods. We offer CSA farmshares and attend the Lexington Farmers' Market year-round.

People to know : Ann & Mac

Specialty: Organic

Evans Orchard (Scott Co.)

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Evans Orchard and Cider Mill is a 5th generation family farm, today focused on providing great family entertainment, as well as healthy, farm-fresh fruits and vegetables.

People to know : Kevan

Specialty:  Apples

Flat Creek Farm (Bath Co.)

Flat Creek Farm is a diversified fruit & vegetable operation. utlizing horse-drawn implements and limited outside inputs.

People to know : Elam

G & T Services (Scott Co.)

Garey Farms (Bourbon Co.)

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Garey Farms is a family owned farmed in Paris, Kentucky. Diverse vegetables, fruit, eggs, chicken, pork, breads, honey, and prepared breakfast foods.

People to know : Carla

Specialty: Full Service Farm

Gent's Original (Fayette Co.)

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Gent's Original is a small-batch soda made with high-quality ingredients

People to know : Tim & Jessica

Specialty: Soda

Green Acres of Paris (Bourbon Co.)

Beer cheese, cheese spreads, rubs, marinades.

People to know : Linda

Hardwood Pizza Company (Fayette Co.)

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Hardwood Pizza Company features traditional, Neapolitan-style, thin crust pizza baked in a blistering-hot, wood-fired oven...ON WHEELS!

Henkle's Herbs & Heirlooms (Jessamine Co.)

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We are a husband and wife team that specializes in heirloom & hybrid vegetables and herbs. One aspect that differentiates us from other vendors is that we release beneficial insects instead of using harmful pesticides. You can be assured that everything we sell was grown by us!

HogFathers BBQ (Woodford Co.)

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HogFathers BBQ and Catering is two guys with a passion and a drive to share great BBQ with friends and family while creating lasting memories.  We are a homegrown business that uses locally grown Kentucky products whenever possible.  Try our savory slow smoked meats and seasonal sides.

Home Pickins (Jackson Co.)

Honnah-lee Bubble Tea (Fayette Co.)

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Hood's Heritage Hogs (Robertson Co.)

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We raise the heritage breed Red Wattle. One of only three hog breeds given the title of Arc of Taste by Slow Foods International. All-Natural processing.

Peaple to Know: Travis 

Specialty:  Pork

Hoot Owl Holler (Boyle Co.)

Sustainably grown herbs and vegetables grown on our farm in Boyle County. Always new and unusual herbs & veggies & wildcrafting.

Howlin' Wolf Farm(Fayette Co.)

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A small, locally owned and operated vegetable and fruit farm nestled next to Town Branch, just outside of Lexington, KY.

People to Know: Ian

IntegriTEA (Fayette Co.)

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IntegriTEA started in Lexington, KY by brothers Stuart and Greg. They formed IntegriTEA to share their passion of tea to the world.

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Johnson Bros. Farms (Scott Co.)

Family owned business for over 25 years.

People to Know: Jesse and Michael

Kentucky Honey (Fayette Co.)

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We have local raw honey, local raw pollen, and beeswax candles.

KY Lamb (Washington Co.)

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Grown from start to finish at Two Shakes Ranch, premium table ready lamb.

L'Oven Cookies

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Handcrafted, gourmet cookies

People to Know: Laura

La Petite Delicat (Fayette Co.)

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La Petite Delicat is a small boutique specializing in macarons and custom design macarons.

People to Know: Sylviana

Lazy Eight Stock Farm (Madison Co.)

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We are a 400 acre certified Organic Farm producing delicious and nutritious vegetables in a clean, sustainable way.

People to Know: Carla, Bryce, and Lothar

Lexington Pasta (Fayette Co.)

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Lexington Pasta was founded in 2009 by two friends who have a love and passion for homemade pasta. The "Pasta Guys" started a kitchen, grew into a larger space and just recently acquired an even larger space to accommodate the demand for homemade, fresh and delicious pasta.

People to Know: Lesme & Laura

Madison County Produce (Madison Co.)

"I'm a 100% Grower, Everything on the table is grown by me."

People to Know: Scott

Magic Beans Coffee Roasters/A cup of Common Wealth(Fayette Co.)

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Magic Beans roasts distinctive single-origin coffees from around the world fresh for the Farmers' Market each week. And that cold brew you've come to crave.

People to know: Alex, Joe, Sal, & Zachs

Specialty: Coffee

Mary's Peaches

The Tylers from Winchester, or the Peach Lady! Been with the market over 30 years.

People to know: Mary, Bobby, and Bradley

McMaine Farm (Estill Co.)

People to Know: Carla and Samantha

Meadowbloom Farm (Washington Co.)

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At Meadowbloom Farm, we strive to provide fresh, wholesome and delicious seasonal produce. Gardening in a sustainable manner (without chemical fertilizers or pesticides) using cover crops, and feeding the soil with large quantities of compost and other organic material, we produce fresh vegetables, herbs and flowers of the highest quality.

People to Know: Sandy and Chris

Montea (Fayette Co.)

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Oak Acres (Washington Co.)0

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We specialize in growing a variety of mushrooms on oak logs. We have been growing shitaake mushrooms for over seven years and added Lion's Mane and oyster mushrooms in 2014.

People to Know: Brian and Karen

Old 502 Winery (Jefferson Co.)

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Old 502 Winery makes funky wines out of Kentucky grapes in downtown Louisville.

Paw Prints Bakery (Scott Co.)

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Paw Prints Bakery is an all-natural, no preservative dog bakery established in 2006. We use quality, local ingredients and our treats are baked with love for our dogs and yours.

People to Know: Janice

Pittman Family Produce (Casey Co.)

People to Know: Marion

Prewitt Farms

100% Homegrown

Quarles Farm (Shelby Co.)

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Quarles Farm is a family operated farm raising produce, lamb, goat, and beef. We also produce canned goods such as salsas, relishes, and jams. Breads are made with vegetables raised on our farm.

People to Know: Paul

Raggard Creekside Farm (Shelby Co.)

My farm offers veggies including several varieties of tomatoes and kale.

People to Know: ED

Red Barn Farm (Grant Co.)

Red Barn Farm, quality produce and strawberries.

People to Know: Keith

Reed Valley Orchard (Bourbon Co.)

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People to Know: Trudie and Dana

River Hill Ranch (Madison Co.)

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We specialize in raising Suri Alpacas for both fiber and meat.  Our family values eco-friendly and sustainable practice.  If you would like to know more, you can always contact us for information about a farm tour.

People to Know: Alvina 

Sadistic Sauces (Woodford Co.)

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All natural, all delicious hot sauces made from KY Proud peppers and the tears of weaker men.

People to Know: Rikki

Sam's Produce (Pulaski Co.)

Sam's Produce brings delicious sweet corn, heirloom tomatoes, watermelons, and various melons from his farm to your home every summer.

People to Know: Sam

Silas Farm (Bourbon Co.)

Locally grown fruits and vegetables.

People to know: Billy & Maggie

Smith Family Farm (Franklin Co.)

The Smith Family has been a long-time member of the Lexington Farmers' Market. We try to provide locally and in season products at the market at an affordable price!

Steve's Plants (Boyle, Jessamine, & Marion Co.)

Locally grown plants, herbs, fruits, veggies, berries of the freshest quality.

People to Know: Steve

Stone Burr Lamb (Scott Co.)

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Stone Burr Lamb is produced in central Kentucky by cousins Gene Butcher and Jim Murphy. Gene is a lifelong farmer in Central KY, breeding thoroughbreds, cattle and producing direct marketed lamb for the last 15 years in the Lexington area.

People to Know: Jim & Gene

Speacialty: Lamb

Stonehedge Farm Produce (Woodford Co.)

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Locally grown gourmet and traditional vegetables, herbs, and quail eggs.

People to Know: Adrienne & Jim

Stuarto's Olive Oil Company (Fayette Co.)

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Retail olive oil, balsamic vinegar, sea salts, and naturally flavored cane sugars

People: Stu

Sweetgrass Granola & Farmstead (Garrard Co.)

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Sweetgrass Granola stands apart as the only one of its kind that uses both sorghum molasses and wildflower honey produced from the regional grasses of Kentucky.  We believe that an investment in your local economy is an investment in yourself and your community, not to mention that we think our old Kentucky flavors are the best! Now also selling farmstead produce and meats.

People to Know: Carolyn & Jacob

The Paw Paw Plantation (Powell & Clark Co.)pawapaw

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Look for the Kentucky Agate, rhubarb, sourdough bread, sassafrass and more.

People to know : Roland

The Weekly Juicery (Fayette Co.)

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We offer cold pressed juices bar with unpasteurized juices, healthy smoothies, vegan, and raw foods.

Three Toads Farm (Clark Co.)

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Selected as one of Martha Stewart’s top ten farmer-florists for 2015!

People to know : Charlie, Val & Elizabeth

Specialty: Flowers

Triple J Farm (Scott Co.)

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Family owned and operated. We produce approximately 22 acres of fresh produce. In addition we raise all-natural beef and farm-fresh eggs. We also make several value added products from the crops each season.

People to know : Jeremy & Jessica

Viburnum Valley Farm Confections (VVF) (Fayette Co.)

European style confections and baked goods.

People to know : Marianne & John

Wagon Bones Grill (Fayette Co.)

West Sixth Brewing (Fayette Co.)

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West Sixth Brewing was founded in 2012. We are a craft microbrewery located in a historic 100-year-old bakery called "The Bread Box" on West 6th Street in Lexington, Kentucky.  

Specialty: Beer

Wildside Winery (Woodford Co.)

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Wildside Winery makes over 20 styles of Kentucky wines from dry red, white to sweeter and fruit wines.

People to Know: Neil

Specialty: Wine

Wilson's Cedar Point Farms (Pulaski Co.)wilson

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We are a small Kentucky family farm offering fresh fruits and vegetables for sale during the growing season.  We are a Kentucky Proud producer.

People to know : Joel

(859) 608-2655    |    info@lexingtonfarmersmarket.com
Mailing Address PO BOX 553 | Lexington, KY 40588