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(Ad) Biggest yet! Adair Farmers Market: Friday, June 29, 2012

Caitlin Bunnell Helm reports, at 6:35amCT.
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By Caitlin Bunnell Helm
News from Adair Farmers Market

We've got more FIRSTS today: Sweet corn is in. Both Ken Mooney and Margie Rooks have sweet corn. And, Jeff Scott is here with orchard fresh Antioch grown Adair County Peaches! It's the biggest day so far at the Farmer's Market, with a total of seven vendors here today: My dad and I, Barbara Armitage, Jeff Scott, Ken Mooney, Holly Sinclair Denton, and Margie Rooks.
  • Barbara Armitage, The Farm At Tucker's Station, Bull Run Road, Columbia, KY. 270-250-2979: CARROTS. English Cucumbers. Tenderette Green Beans. Yellow Squash. And information on joining the Adair Garden Club, if you can coax it out of her.
  • Darrell Bunnell, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY. Call 270-634-8207 : Yukon Gold Potatoes. Red Potatoes. White Potatoes. Slicing Onions. Green Tomatoes. RED TOMATOES. Mum Plants. Herb Plants: Basil, Sage, Oregano, Rosemary.
  • Caitlyn Bunnell Helm, Coview Farms, Coburg, KY. Call 270-634-8207 : White Bread. Wheat Bread. Zucchini Bread.
  • Jeff Scott, Antioch suburbs of Sparksville, KY: First of the Year PEACHES. (Possibly hand picked by Henrietta; ask him).
  • Ken Mooney, Greater Cane Valley, KY: Slicing Cucumbers. Pickling Cucumbers. Green Tomatoes. Blue Lake Green Beans. yellow Squash. SWEET CORN. Cherry Tomatoes. Pre-packaged, VacPac Green Beans - freezer or pot ready!!! (A reminder: The 4th of July is just 6 days from now!: Ken is open at 10amCT today at his big Fireworks Tent at Adair Gun & Pawn and Betty's OKCC, across from Trinity United Methodist Church, on Campbellsville Road for those.)
  • Holly Sinclair Denton, Sano, KY: RED TOMATOES!!! Green Tomatoes! Zucchini. yellow Squash. Cucumbers. Roma Beans. Burpees Stringless Green Beans. RED TOMATOES. Green Tomatoes. Red Potatoes. Blue Potatoes. White Potatoes.
  • Margie Rooks, Sano, KY: GOLD NUGGET SWEET CORN. Cukes. Green Beans. Patty Pan Squash. Yellow Squash. Zucchini. HOT Banana Peppers. Hill Onions. Red Potatoes. White potatoes. Blue Potatoes. And, Yukon Gold Potatoes. Green Onions. Cabbage - small, medium and BIG HEADED Cabbage .
New Hours for 2012:

The Adair County Farmer's Market has new hours for 2012. Hours will be Tuesdays, Two Sessions at 6am-10amCT AND 3pm-6pmCT AND Fridays 6am-10amCT. Saturdays, 7am-11amCT.

Any Adair County growers interested in selling their locally grown produce at the Adair County Farmer's Market should contact the Adair County Cooperative Extension Service at 270-384-2317. -Nick Roy, Adair County Extension Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources. 409 Fairgrounds Street, Columbia, KY

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(Ad) Red tomatoes, while supply lasts, at Farmers Market today

2012-06-29 - Adair Extension Office, 409 Fairground ST, Columbia, KY - Photo by Cait Bunnell Helm.
It's the biggest day yet at the Adair Farmers Market. Red tomatoes are in, but they are selling fast. Sweet corn is in, too. And the first peaches of the season are here today. Hurry down now, the earlier, the cooler! Seven outstanding producers are here today! Adair Farmers Market, 409 Fair Street, Columbia, KY. Open Today, 6am-10pmCT! (Ad)

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