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Agricultural producers in Kentucky still have time to apply for the Direct Farm Ownership Loan Program Print E-mail
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A day at the market, August 9 Print E-mail

In celebration of Farmers’ Market Appreciation Week, Pendleton County Farmers’ Market will be hosting “A Day at the Market,” from 8 a.m., to 2 p.m., Saturday, August 9. The Market is located beside Barne’s Hardware, Falmouth. Along with the outstanding members of the market selling their locally grown, Kentucky Proud products, Chef Clayton Lesak will be on hand preparing delicious dishes for the visitors to the market to try. Pendleton County Cattleman’s Association will be on hand preparing rib-eyes for purchase and there will be demonstrations by the members and giveaways throughout the day to the patrons. The Farmers’ Market members are always happy to share their knowledge, products and recipes to you in order for you to bring the best to your family.

Come to the celebration and support your local farmer and enjoy the festivities. Fresh to you from the members of the Pendleton County Farmers’ Market, we look forward to seeing you there.

Again, thank you for your time and support. Should you have any questions, call Sara Pettit at 937-213-1083. Feel free to call at any time.

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Kentucky consumers can buy nutritious local foods and honor the people who produced them at the same time by visiting a farmers’ market during National Farmers’ Market Week August 3-9.

“At a Kentucky farmers’ market, you can buy the freshest fruits and vegetables as well as meats and other foods you can serve to your family with confidence,” Agriculture Commissioner James Comer said. “You also can meet the people who produced those foods. They’re your friends and neighbors, people you see in town or at the ballgame or at church, and when you shop at a farmers’ market, you’re helping them provide for their families.”

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