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Citrus County Locally Grown:  Local Free Range Eggs Available



Market Closes Wednesday 8:00 AM

FREE RANGE EGGS are available here.

Eggs from Happy Hens that live natural lives and have high quality feed to supplement the bugs and morsels they hunt in the farmyard.

Any value from $10 – $100
Share healthy produce and proteins with family and friends Click here for Certificate.


Aminos Pepitas (pumpkin seeds), EGGS. ,
Maple Nuts, Granola and Olive Trees!

See our lettuce, Kale, Bok Choy Micro Greens

We have a limited quantity of ORANGE BLOSSOM Honey. We took our hives South. Quantity is small so get it while it is here.
Wild Brazilian Pepper Honey is in good supply. Check out all our varieties

Introducing Beef & Chicken Bone Broth in Pint and Quart sizes
Boneless Chicken Thighs in 2 & 3 Pack
Whole Chicken Breast W/Wings
BEEF: Steaks, Ribs, Hamburger, Steak Hot Dogs and Knockwurst.
Link to Beef.
PORK: Chops, Ribs and Sausages
Link to Pork.
CHICKEN: Whole Chicken, Breast Quarters and Wings.
Link to Chicken.

EGGS. Goat Milk, Yogurt and Cheeses (please order cheese by Monday night)

Good variety of fresh Naturally Grown fruits and veggies.Many grown here in Marion County

Fresh Whole Milk from a local farm.
Link to COW A1 & A2 MILK..

A Full selection of (CGV) produce.
Not all Fruits and Vegetable absorb Chemicals, Check out EWG Clean 15.

Young Living Essential Oils are the industries purest oils.These oils are 100 Percent pure from seed to seal.

Nourishing, all natural soap and organic oil blends make a great gift for yourself and others.
All of our homemade soaps and oil blends are made from pure essential oils.

Enjoy browsing the products from the comfort of your own home.
Delivery to your home is available in most areas. Just $8.00


Click on the text below to go to the Market.

Homesteader's Market:  Homesteader's Market for April 16th.

The Homesteader’s Market is open again for ordering. You can place orders for this Saturday’s market up to 7:00pm Thursday evening.

This Market provides a marketing and distribution platform for local, home-based enterprises to offer their food products and other household goods to South Cariboo residents.

Placing orders for pickup at the Saturday market is easy. Once you are signed in, simply select the items and quantities you wish to purchase and drop by the Market between 10:00am and 2:00pm to pick up your order. Newcomers are permitted two trial orders prior to being asked to pay their annual membership fee ($20 per household – taxes included).

Please contact the market manager at or 250-644-1940 if you have any questions about any aspect of this market or the other Cariboo Homesteader services.

Statesboro Market2Go:  Market2Go

If you missed the market this past Saturday, you can order online with the Market2Go!
Order each week from Friday evening through Tuesday at midnight.

New on Market2Go:
Become a Friend of the Market! Support the Mainstreet Market and Market2go!

Click to order at Market2Go

Fresh Harvest, LLC:  Fresh Harvest This Week!

Market News


We are on this week – Back to the regular schedule and we hope you join us!

There are lots of sweet potatoes left on the market, as well as a great selection of meats, eggs, and other products from our amazing vendors.

It may not seem like it tonight, but planting time is approaching so if you are ready for you tomato and herb plants, we have our first round of those available as well!

We are looking forward to a great season ahead, and are so thankful to you all to supporting us!

Thank you and we will see you soon!
John and Tally


GFM :  While Mother Nature Seems Confused, Our Vendors Are Ready!

As we begin our new week and prepare to open the online market, we have some thoughts to share with you all. This wild Spring weather will challenge us, but we will push onward. Our GFM online and physical market customers want fresh produce and locally-produced crafts. Our participating growers and crafters are dedicated to delivering on your expectations!

More Wacky Weather From Mother Nature

Flashback about one month ago and we posted a blog on this very site talking about Mother Nature’s wild tricks. Spring one day, Winter the next, Spring again, ooops— here’s Winter. Well sadly my friends, we’ve been duped again. Just about an hour prior to my writing this update, I let the dog out only to get pelted by sleet and freezing rain.

Alas, despite the whims of Mother Nature, our potatoes, luffas, garlic, swiss chard and more are already in the ground. So, we’re hoping and praying we get back to warm weather and stay with it until market opening day on May 12th.

*is the wild weather affecting your Spring garden plans? Feel free to share your story with us. Email: and, with your permission, we’ll share your story with our customers in the weeks to come.

Our market customers are awaiting your talent, craft, or produce!

We touched on this last week, but it is still on our hearts. When you see the joy of a farmer’s market customer coming up to your table and smiling as they exchange their hard-earned money for the produce you’ve sweated and toiled to produce on your land, it’s a glorious feeling. Farmer’s markets create win-win situations.

Our question for you is this: What good, skill, or service are you holding back from the Greenville community? We’re actively seeking new vendors, crafters, and teachers who can provide workshops at our market this year. Please, reach out to Judy Shelton @ 552-3023 if you have any questions about becoming a vendor, or about providing a workshop this season.

Is your small garden producing an excess of some crop every season? Are you spending a lot of time canning, preserving and drying your excess? Well, our market customers might be eagerly searching for that crop you produce. If you don’t step up and become a vendor, they may never get what they’re after. Help us bring an abundance and a variety to our wonderful Greeneville fresh produce buyers this season.

Become a vendor on our online market today as well!

We wish you all the best this week and Spring gets back on her feet and tries to stand tall against the last blows of Winter. Are your crops in the ground? Are you taking all the steps required to ensure a plentiful and abundant harvest this year? Get out there sow, so that you may reap in season!

Yalaha, FL:  Yalaha Market Open

Order now through 5 pm April 12thh for April 14th Pickup (or contact me if you want a different day, we have some flexibility.)

Remember to tell me when you want to pick up!

Send me a message if you are interested in Getting Channel Catfish.

If you have any particular requests, let me know I’m happy to grow to order.

Sign in to order.

You have to sign in to see the add to cart button. Then click the add to cart button on the items you want to buy. Remember you need to check out before your order will be placed.
Remember to let me know when you want to pick up on Sat or maybe even Friday late afternoon or on Sunday. (If I don’t send you an e-mail confirmation of your order and pick up time, please make sure you checked out and completed your order.)

Heritage Farm :  Weblog Entry

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Black Bean Soup

1 tablespoon olive oil
1 large onion, chopped
1 stalk celery, chopped
2 carrots, chopped
4 cloves garlic, chopped
2 tablespoons chili powder

1 tablespoon ground cumin
1 pinch black pepper
4 cups vegetable broth
4 (15 ounce) cans black beans
1 (15 ounce) can whole kernel corn
1 (14.5 ounce) can crushed tomatoes
1 reel Heritage Farm Kielbasa browned


Heat oil in a large pot over medium-high heat. Saute onion, celery, carrots and garlic for 5 minutes. Season with chili powder, cumin, and black pepper; cook for 1 minute. Stir in vegetable broth, 2 cans of beans, and corn. Bring to a boil.
Meanwhile, in a food processor or blender, process remaining 2 cans beans and tomatoes until smooth. Stir into boiling soup mixture, reduce heat to medium, and simmer for 15 minutes.
Chop and add cooked kielbasa as desired.

Beet Soup

“Beet greens and spring veggies make a hearty soup in this traditional Polish recipe.”
1 1/4 pounds beets with greens attached
6 cups low-sodium chicken broth
2 leeks, white and light green parts only, chopped and washed
1/2 pound celery root, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch cubes
1 cup 1/2-inch cubed carrots
1/4 pound parsnips, peeled and cut into 1/2-inch cubes
3 cups 1/2-inch cubed boiling potatoes

1 tablespoon white sugar
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1/3 cup sour cream
1/4 cup all-purpose flour
2 tablespoons chopped fresh dill, or to taste
6 hard-boiled eggs, quartered lengthwise

Trim greens and stems from beets. Thoroughly wash and chop greens and stems. Peel and cut beets into 1/2-inch cubes.
Bring beets, chicken broth, leeks, celery root, carrots, and parsnips to a boil in a large pot. Add potatoes, reduce heat to medium-low, and simmer until vegetables are tender, 10 to 12 minutes. Stir beet greens and stems into soup and simmer until greens and stems are tender, about 5 minutes. Mix sugar, lemon juice, and salt into soup.
Stir sour cream and flour together in a bowl until smooth and thickened. Whisk 1 cup soup into sour cream mixture until smooth; pour sour cream mixture into soup and stir. Simmer soup until thickened slightly, about 1 minute. Add dill and remove pot from heat. Ladle soup into serving bowls and arrange 4 egg quarters in each bowl.

Market News

Online Store is open for next week’s orders!!
Check it all out here>>> The Store

Farmers Markets are open!! Follow our schedule at the bottom of the page!!

Announcements and misc information

Check out our delivery routes and pick up times here Drop Sites

We preach all the time about size matters and the following article gives you yet another GREAT example of why to choose small and local….200,000,000 eggs under one roof sold under countless fake farms!!!! Check it out here Salmonella Outbreak


Please support your local, small scale, non-soy/non-gmo, pasture raised, beyond organic and customer driven family farmers!! Every day the struggle to survive as a small independent family farm gets harder and harder for less and less return. Amazon, Whole Foods, WalMart, Trader Joe’s, Publix, Kroger, Fresh Market and on and on pull out all the stops (and most of the truth) to continue to pull market share away from small family farmers!! There marketing budgets are HUGE and they are relentless!! Most of the time they make you feel like you’re supporting farms like us but it JUST AIN’T SO!!!! More often than not it is a made up farm and story just to market you a product that has no real “farm” behind it.It’s the same old factory farmed food with a different picture and/or story to make you feel good. We need you now more than ever.

Coming Events

Spring CSA and Farm shares start April 28, 2018

April meat CSA delivers Wednesday 04/25 and Saturday 04/28

Peachtree Road Farmers Market-Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00

Sandy Springs Farmers Market-
Saturdays 9:00 to 12:00

Brookhaven Farmers Market-
Saturdays 9:00 to 12:00

Roswell Farmers Market-
Saturdays 8:30 to 12:00

Dunwoody Farmers Market-Starts May 5th 9:00 to 1:30

Thanks for your support!

Winnsboro Locally Grown Texas:  Online market is open

Good morning!

The online market is now open. Sorry for the delay this morning; internet is out from all the nasty weekend weather!

Enjoy shopping until 7pm tomorrow. Pick-up time is Thursday afternoon at the depot.

Have a great week!

The Wednesday Market:  Don't Miss Your Chance to Order!

Good morning.

We don’t want you to miss your chance to order! And not many of you have placed orders yet. Maybe because this week is spring break for some of us and people are out of town? Or, maybe it’s because it is COLD this morning, and we just aren’t wake yet? Anyway, this is a short reminder that The Wednesday Market is open until 10 p.m. this evening. Check the website for this week’s product offerings. Here is the link:

Have a great Monday everyone. And if you go out today, take a jacket – you’ll need one.

See you at the Market.


Siloam Springs, AR:  Online Market is Open!

We had a successful opening day Saturday despite the cold temperatures. Thank you to everyone that came out to support local farmers, makers, and bakers!

Arkansabi Farms has produce listed online this week. You can shop for your groceries, place your order, and pick it up at the Market Welcome Station Saturday morning.

Have a great week and see you Saturday!