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Ringing in A Bountiful New Year with Grass Fed Beef and Pasture Raised Chicken

January 7, 2020

It is a new year and we are back, refreshed and committed to providing high-quality, locally produced food every Tuesday from 10am to 2pm. Start your year off on a good foot by shopping at the Lloyd Farmers Market and supporting your farmers, your health, as well as the land’s.

This week we are excited to welcome Birkeland Farm to the Lloyd Farmers Market. In 2014 this sister duo founded this farm in nearby Beavercreak, OR. Raising grass fed beef and pastured raised chicken, free of hormones, drugs or grain. You can conveniently pre-order a cut of beef or chicken of your liking online to pick it up at market.

Kiyokawa Family Orchards still has an amazing variety of apples and pears you just can’t find in the grocery store. Greenville Farms is here with winter squash galore and Gentle Rain Farm has beautiful kales and carrots to share. Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse is selling her specialty crackers and Mindful Mushrooms is here with tinctures to boost the immune system.

There is so much to delight the palate. Come grab a warm coffee, quiche, soup or tamales. See you soon!

Today’s Vendors:

Back to Broth – bone broth
Birkeland Farm – grass fed beef, pasture raised chicken and eggs from Beavercreek OR
Central City Coffee – coffee beans and hot coffee
Gentle Rain Farm – organic produce, Livin’ Spoonful sprouted raw crackers
Greenville Farms – produce, jam, eggs, sausages
The Hummus Stop – hummus, baba ganoush, pita and other Mediterranean snacks
Kiyokawa Family Orchards – dozens of varieties of apples and pears
Mindful Mushrooms – cultivated and wild-foraged mushrooms, mushroom powders and tinctures
Mixteca – traditional Oaxacan tamales, mole bowls, tacos, refrescos and more
Mom’s Flower Farm – bouquets of dried flowers
Quiche Me If You Can – personal-sized quiches, soups and salads
Robyn’s Craft Bakehouse – rustic whole grain crackers made with wheat grown in Oregon

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