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The Wednesday Market:  Sunday Means It's Time to Order

Good afternoon.

The Wednesday Market is open for orders. Please place your order by 8 a.m. Tuesday. We are allowing a little extra time to order this week because the system was not turned on until this morning.

Orders are ready for pick up between 2 and 4 p.m. Wednesday. Please see the website for this week’s product offerings. Here is the link:

Thank you for supporting Georgia Grown. Have a great Sunday, and we’ll see you at the Market.



P.S. Sharon Fox is our contact person should you need to talk to someone about your order. She is available by talk, text, or email: (404) 569-0582 or

Green Acres Atkins:  Good morning

Good morning

Hope you all are enjoying this weather it is perfect growing weather and the farm is growing like crazy

Please place those orders by noon on Thursday

Have a great week

Tom kami and Oliver

V.I Prime Produce locally Grown:  Market Open

Good morning Prime Produce Market is now open and accepting orders.

Berea Gardens:  Market Open

Good Morning,

It seems the weather is going to let us get some good work done this week and the soil temperatures are finally warming enough to promote some actual growth outdoors. Last week the soil was only 61* at 4" deep; a temperature that we usually see in mid-March! It should be 75* at this time of year and the soil temperature is much more important to growth than air temperature.

We still have some nice Brassicas harvested from our high tunnels, but the cucumbers, squash, green beans, beets and other outdoor crops that normally start coming about now are way behind. We will just keep working at it and have them as soon as we can!

Bob & Lynnita

Stones River Market:  Market is OPEN -- See you Wednesday


Market opens May 21st Sunday 8:00 AM and Closes Monday May 22nd at 10 PM

The Market will always open SUNDAY at 8 AM with or without Weblog. Weblog may occasional be delayed.

Thank you for supporting our local farmers, bakers and craftsmen.

We will look forward seeing you Wednesday May 24th on the porch of Quinn’s Mercantile from 5:00 – 6:15pm when you pick up your order.

PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WILL BE LATER THAN 6:15..we can make arrangements for you to pickup your order

Busiest Month of the year…Graduations, Mother’s Day, School ending, Memorial Day, various markets opening, it gets hectic!

Our Online Farmers Market is the easiest location to find gifts, produce, baked goods, plants, Herbs, soaps, meats and essentials, with the Spring and Summer Season starting few of our Growers attended the weekly markets during the summer months but still have their items available for those that don’t want to fight the growds or find a parking space. If you are looking for something special find their listing in the Growers Section and send them an email.

NOTE: Please if you are unable to pickup your order let us know, we can make arrangements to get it to you. If we are not notified your order is donated and you will be billed for it!

Growers this week, subject to change:

Bead Wench
C&M Valley Farm
Carole’s Herbs (CS3 Farms)
Dogwood Valley Greenhouse
East Fork Farm/ Worm Castings & Luffa
Flying S Farms
Heath Homespun – new this week with eggs, more to come
Linwood Lamb
McIntosh Field & Flower
Pennie’s Delights
Periwinkle and Pine Co
Pinky’s Micros
Quarter Spring Farm
Quinn’s Mercantile
RC Farms TN
Rainbow Hill Farm
Sap Creek Gardens
Shroomegy Gourmet Mushrooms
Singing Bee Honey
Sundae’s Best Dog Treatery
Sweet Beets Farm
Sweet Girl Honey Farm
Thweatt Things

Some Growers News:

East Fork Farm: Luffa
What is a luffa? Think of a “scrubby” used in the shower. Maybe you think of a “sponge”. Luffa is a vegetable and a member of the squash family. When small (about 6") it can be eaten like okra. But at East Fork Farm, we allow them to remain on the vine and grow all summer long until right before the first frost. At that point, they are pulled, dried out, shucked of their outer hard flesh and stripped. This provides long cylindrical shaped sponge to use in many ways. We love our luffa. It has SO many uses. From cleaning your pots, pans and dishes, scrubbing showers, floors, to even a safe chew toy for dogs.

McIntosh Field & Flower: We are so excited to be back in action at the Stones River Market! We farm all of our flowers right here in Murfreesboro and keeping them as local as possible is our goal! We’ve got farm fresh cut flower bunches, gorgeous bright blue edible flowers, and loads of colorful floral confetti in the market this week! The growing season is in full swing after all this great rain and sunshine! Don’t miss out!

Quarter Spring Farm: is very excited to be processing new birds for the spring. We have several cuts back in stock this week, and should have even more on the market next week. We also have our usual collection of skin softening goat’s milk soaps and lotions. They would make a great gifts!

Pinky’s Micros: Microgreens and sprouts are extremely dense in vital enzymes, minerals and vitamins, and chlorophyll. There aren’t many foods you could eat that are fresher. Put them on your sandwich, top your salads with them, or use them in place of lettuce.

Our new Spring Seasonal Chef’s Blend:
Leeks, Dill, Purple Radish, & Golden Pea Shoots.
Every season we’ll be creating new blends to represent each season. Along with Peas, Rose Radish, Broccoli, Basic salad Mix, and Sunflower.

We are also offering our Freshly Juiced Frozen 2oz Wheatgrass Shots or Freshly Cut 4oz Wheatgrass.

Enjoy a dazzling array of new flavors. Plants are at their absolute peak of flavor intensity at this stage of life. They pack 40x more vital nutrients than their mature counterparts. Come check us out!"

Rainbow Hill Farm: We are back with a large selection of starter plants for your home gardens. Tomato, Peppers, Cucumbers, Muskmelon, Brussel Sprouts and more. Plants are in biodegratable cups, you only need to put them in the ground and water.

Shroomegy Gourmet Mushrooms: is growing some beautiful Rocky Top Blue Oysters this week! I replaced the button mushrooms in a Chicken Marsala with my blue oysters, and the flavor was fantastic. We also have some Lion’s Mane available. A great use for Lion’s Mane is to sauté it with butter and garlic. Toss with prepared spaghetti and parmesan cheese.

We are offering house dried, pesticide and chemical free Lion’s Mane powder! Lion’s Mane mushrooms contain bioactive substances that have beneficial effects on the body, especially the brain, heart, and gut. Research is being conducted into their possible effectiveness against dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, neurological disorders, and even depression and anxiety. Add 2 teaspoons of powder to your coffee for a great nutrient boost!

Flying S Farms: We are so happy to be back in ‘the dirt’ again! We have some Produce coming in. This week Broccoli, Swiss Chard, Mixed Kale Bundle, Curly Leaf Lettuce and Hakurei Turnips. Fresh Farm Egggs – by the Dozen or Bundle of 3, Popular Brownies, Buttermilk or Sour Cream Biscuits in 2" or 3" Sizes, Several selections of Friendship Breads and Plain or Wheat Sour Dough, sliced or unsliced to choose from. We still Apple Butter and Pumpkin Butter for SALE available.…purchase a Pumpkin Butter and get one free!! purchase a Apple Butter and get one free, several jams still available – restocking soon.

We offer after market Delivery Service for $12 within a 10 mile radius of Murfreesboro, outside areas additional $1.00 per mile is added. If this is the first time you’ve requested delivery please put your address in the comments before you check out and any special instructions.

There is an additional $5.00 fee added if Delivery is requested AFTER MARKET HAS CLOSED ON MONDAY EVENING. This fee is so we can make arrangements with our Delivery Staff to prepare your order to be delivery.

The Market methods of Payment is Cash, Checks or Credit/Debit Cards or Invoice (a $2.00 fee is added for invoicing). Reminder, please make sure your email and address is current. Thank you for supporting your Locally Grown Market, it means a lot to our Growers and Community by Shopping Local and Staying Local!

Special THANK YOU to Quinn’s Mercantile for their support of our Locally Grown Market and the use of the front porch. Please be sure to check out the Store, several great gift and useful items, along with items made or produced in Tennessee

We look forward seeing you “On the Porch or At the Curb" of Quinn’s Mercantile WEDNESDAY, May 24th from 5:00 – 6:15 pm, please contact the Manager if you are unable to pick up your order or are running late, please phone, email or text the Manager (615.542.1078) so we can make arrangements to get your order to you.

We will always try and reach you as a reminder about your order, we can make arrangements for you to get your order to you. ""If we do not hear from you, your order will be donated and you will be invoiced for the amount of your order"". We still need to pay our Growers for their products. Remember we do have Delivery Service. If you think you will be later than 6:00 pm, when our Delivery Staff begins delivering orders, please contact us, so we can make arrangements with you.

How to contact us:
Locations: Quinn’s Mercantile on Wednesday

Middle Tennessee Locally Grown:  The Market Is Open for Ordering

Middle Tennessee Locally Grown market

will be open for your orders till Tuesday evening at 10 pm.

Dothan, Alabama:  M@D Newsletter for May 20, 2023 - NeW Pr0DuCtS liStEd!!!

Market at Dothan is open to accept orders. Orders close Tuesday at 5pm
We use the word “Sustainable” over “Organic”.
You can grow organic without being sustainable, but you cannot be sustainable without utilizing organic practices.
Thank you for your continued support of our local farmers. We count it a privilege to serve you!
Our Website:
Order prepayment link:


Welcome Katherine’s Kitchen

As just one little person in a big community, I feel privileged to be joining a group like Market At Dothan. It’s a unique and sweet thing to see people working so hard for better nourishment and life in the Wiregrass area. I went ahead and talked about nourishment in my product description, but it also works as a summary of why I feel that we need to fill the bread-bakery vacuum in the Dothan area. 
“The ultimate staple food until only the last century or so, bread has rightly been used to symbolize life. However, it is because of the nutrition and easily-digestible properties of natural, whole wheat grain that our ancestors for thousands of years survived dark ages of wars, low technology and medicine, and hard labor. Modern wheat has been crossbred into dependence on pesticides, herbicides, and artificial fertilizers for its own survival, stripped of many of its nutrients, and loaded with gluten in a form that is difficult for the digestive system. For this reason, many gluten-sensitive shoppers or nourishment-minded bakers are turning back to the most ancient form of wheat in history: einkorn. Its genetic makeup is vastly simpler than that of other wheats, because it has never been crossbred. It has the lowest gluten, and, in our opinion, the richest and sweetest flavor. With the probiotics from sourdough (made using only wheat flour and the atmosphere of your local area), this bread could possibly be the healthiest food you could eat.” I hope we won’t stop asking ourselves, “What is one little step I can take to put more wholesome foods into my body?” Thank you for welcoming me! It’s so encouraging when a community builds community.

Retro picnic
New & Relisted
Includes items from previous week in case you missed that

New Whole Wheat Einkorn Sourdough Bread – K’s Kitchen
Tallow Bath and Body Products from JBW
Grass Fed Kidneys, Liver and Short Ribs from JBW
Green Beans from Avalon Farms
Yellow Squash from Avalon Farms
Zephyr Squash from Avalon Farms
Daikon Radishes from Avalon Farms
Salad Turnips  from Avalon Farms
Kinston Sweet Onions from Avalon Farms
Red Potatoes from Avalon Farms

JBW: Hello Everyone! Here at JBW Farm Fresh we are excited to have some of our selections of beef back up for sale. We have been busy working on some new body products made with our beef tallow! Tallow has a high percentage of oleic acid, a well-known skin conditioner. 
Tallow contains vitamins A, D, E, K, and B12, contributing to skin health and appearance. Given that the fat saturation of Tallow is close to human fat, the vitamins within it can be absorbed into the body easier, and it locks in moisture and nutrients without clogging your pores. This week we have added our Head-to-Toe / All Body Wash on the website for sale! It is a wonderful lathering, liquid wash that is so beneficial for your hair & body! Stay tuned for the rest of our upcoming Tallow body products! Have a blessed week :)

Mount Moriah Farms: Hey y’all! Thank you to everyone who purchased products from us at the Mother’s Day Event last weekend! We truly appreciate you choosing to support small businesses. We love making all of our products but couldn’t keep doing it without our loyal customers. We are currently milking five does and have five more does we will be breeding soon. Which happily means more kids in the fall! We choose to make goat’s milk soap because of the benefits to troubled skin. Goat’s milk has a PH level similar to ours so whenever there’s a deficiency it helps bring it back to the level it should be. If you have never tried some, we encourage you to! 

We look forward to seeing you next Friday at one of our pickup locations. Thank you for your interest and support of our efforts to bring you the healthiest, the freshest and the most delicious locally-produced foods possible!

Martin's Farmstand:  Strawberry update

The farmstand has an assortment of early spring goodies such as scallions (onion and garlic) rhubarb, asparagus, lettuce and kale. Also there are still beets carrots and potatoes. Mendy has baked a nice selection of honey wheat and sourdough bread and the bulk food room has flour, oatmeal, spices etc. This summer the stand is open every day from Tuesday through Saturday. We are closed on Sunday and Monday. We had a freeze here this week. At 11 pm it was already down to 30 degrees however it warmed up a bit towards morning. The relive humidity was around 60 percent during the cold night hours ( very dry) and there was some wind. One can irrigate the strawberries to help keep the frost off as water releases some heat as it transitions from water to ice . This only works though if the relitive humidity is high (near 100% with dew forming) with low or no wind speed. Water can not evaporate if the humidity is at 100% so evaporative cooling is not an issue in a normal frost. In a dry freeze such as we had this week the evaporative cooling effect will drop the leaf and flower temps to a few degrees below ambiant if some zealous farmer goes out and makes them wet. Do not put water on in those conditions as it is harmful not helpful. Covers do very little in wind. I judged that the best thing to do was to go to bed and sleep and hope for the best as there was nothing I could do that would be meaningful The later kinds of strawberries were not blooming yet so there was no damage. The earlier kinds lost anywhere from 20-50% of there flowers so this will effect the crop but is not a disaster as the remaining flowers will take up some of the slack. What would have been the first picking is gone. This was harsh winter for small fruit as the temps were up and down a lot with the snow melting from time to time. We also had a lot of wind which blew the leaf mulch off of them in areas. This has resulted in some damage but is again not disaster. There is enough damage though to some of the new plantings that I am thinking to plant a extra acre of berries this spring ( in addition to the 1 1/2 acre that is normally planted to replace old beds.)and not to renovate all of what was planted last year. Late May is the peak of asparagus season. During moments of abundance we will sell unbunched field run asparagus at $2.75 per lb if you take at least 1/2 lug. Daniel

Northeast Georgia Locally Grown:  Market is open for orders!

Good evening Locavores, Northeast Georgia Locally Grown is open for orders!

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Baked Goods with Organic Ingredients
Pastured Meats
Cultured/Fermented Foods
Pastured Eggs
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Market is open Fridays at 9 p.m. through 9 p.m. Mondays!

Thank you for choosing Northeast Georgia Locally Grown as a way to support your local producers. This online farmers market allows you to buy directly from multiple farms committed to chemical-free and local produce all year long! CHEMICAL-FREE means produce and pastures grown without synthetic fertilizers, herbicides, fungicides, or insecticides. LOCAL means within 80 miles from the market pickup locations (usually much much closer). Do you know someone who grows chemical-free food in the area? Get them in touch with us. Know someone who wants fresh food? Spread the word. Put the two together, and that’s growing organically!

PICKUP TIME is Wednesday from 5-6:30 p.m.

If you do not get an email ORDER CONFIRMATION after you finish the checkout process, then your order is NOT complete. Head back to the market page, and your order might still be there waiting for you to check out! If you have any trouble or questions at all, we are here to help; simply reply to this email.

Once you place an order, be on the lookout for the order reminder email on Wednesday with further pickup and payment notes. Thanks for your support!

Statesboro Market2Go:  Market2Go is Open!

Market2Go Is Open! Are you planning to order this week?

Place your order by 10 pm Tuesday night for pickup on Thursday.

Choose your pickup location or delivery option from the drop-down menu before you check out.

  • Statesboro – SCVB Drive Through: Thursday afternoon 4:00 – 6:00
  • Statesboro – Saturday Pick Up: at the market Token & Information booth 9am-Noon on Saturdays
  • Sylvania: Thursday afternoon at 4&20 Bakers Cafe and Public Market 3:30 – 5:00
  • Home Delivery – must add delivery to cart and prepay

Online Payment Available Register your debit or credit card at Your Account and click “Pay Now” when you check out. Your card will only be charged after you have received your order, including any adjustments for missed items or other credits.

Use your EBT/SNAP card to purchase authorized EBT items through the Market2Go, and you can receive matching “bonus” fruits and vegetables and raw nuts through the Georgia Fresh for Less program – with NO Limit. Please write “EBT” in the order comment field and select the Statesboro – SCVB drive-through pickup. For more information, email

Market News

We are now offering a new option for your Market2Go order pickup in addition to our Thursday afternoon drive thru. During the market season, you can choose the option at checkout to pick your Market2Go order at the Saturday market Information and Token Booth from 9am till Noon.

The Statesboro Mainstreet Farmers Market is open each Saturday morning for the 2023 season! The farmers market is located directly behind Visit Statesboro, at 222 South Main Street! There’s a new bridge and boardwalk connecting the Blind Willie McTell Trail to the market venue! Come out and visit your local farmers and neighbors!

Our Sylvania pickup location is now at 4&20 Bakers Cafe and Public Market, 307A Mims Rd, Sylvania

Thank you to our sponsors who are helping our market grow! If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the Statesboro Farmers Market you can find more info here.

Clayton Digital Reprographics
Visit Statesboro
Kiwanis Club of Statesboro

Great GA Realty
Ogeechee Technical College
Statesboro Properties
Personal Finance Service of Statesboro
Quality Inn & Suites
Queensborough National Bank & Trust
RE/MAX Preferred Realty
Southern Palace Restaurant
Statesboro-Bulloch County Library
Vyve Broadband

Citizens Bank of the South
Bulloch County Farm Bureau
Institute for Coastal Plain Science, Georgia Southern

Georgia Southern University Libraries
Bulloch Solutions

Friends of the Market
Debra Chester
Cynthia Frost
Sam Wainford
Ann Smith-Wilson
Laura and Patrick Wheaton
Ann Hamilton
Becky Sanders
Bruce Field
Chandra Brown
Christene Hodges
Kathy and Larry Smith
Kristin Fretwell
LaShai Campbell
Martha Joiner
Patrick White

Happy Shopping!