The Cookeville Farmer's market is a producers only farmer's market. It required that vendors grow 100% of their produce.
The Cookeville Farmer's Market is full with farmers, bakers, and customers during the summer. The market peaks with vendors in July with a diverse amount of vegetable farmers. It's a great time to get good prices on vegetables to freeze or can for the winter.
You may also find at market (depending on the season): Beef(grass-fed) Beef(corn finished) Free-range eggs, quail eggs, local honey, raw milk and dairy products, home-made breads, jam/jelly, and other baked goods.
If you come to the market on the right day, you might have seen vendors selling local fruits like: apples, peaches, pears, blackberries (wild or domestic,) raspberries, blueberries, apricots, mini-kiwi (yes they are grown here in Cookeville and taste wonderful,) figs, Chinese melons, and more.
If you live in Cookeville, come join us. Saturday is the busiest day, but Wednesday afternoon and Friday evenings may have some fair vendor turn-out during the summer.
Last modified: Sun Jun 7 2020
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