Visit Our Winter Farmers Market for Local Fresh Food from Local Farmers

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Kids kept warm on a cold Franklin Farmers Market day

Families traveled from all over Middle Tennessee to purchase local fresh food from our winter farmers market on a cold sunny Saturday. The organic Brussels Sprouts from Delvin Farms were gone by 10:30 am and so too were some of the popular homemade soups like Tomato Basil from Lucy’s Kitchen and Corn Chowder from Jones Mill Farm. There were still many locally grown winter produce items available all market long such as collards, carrots, cauliflower, sweet potatoes, cabbage, kale and so much more at our winter farmers market.

homemade soups

Homemade tomato basil soup from Lucy’s Kitchen


Just harvested collards from Kirkview Farm


Organic cauliflower from Delvin Farms


Sweet carrots from Paradise Produce

Did you know you can purchase handmade alpaca blankets, ski caps, socks and scarves from the Franklin Farmers Market right here in Franklin Tennessee? Legacy Acres Alpacas raises a large herd of Alpacas not far from our farmer’s market. They bring to market hand made winter garments to help keep us warm from the cold winter weather. Alpaca is silky smooth and warmer and softer to our skin than sheep wools. I love my Alpaca ski cap that keeps my head and ears warm without making my head sweat.

alpaca blankets

Handcrafted alpaca blankets

handmade alpaca

Soft and warm alpaca socks

Our local artisans handcraft so many unique items like goat milk soap and handmade Barnwood signs. Our local goats milk soap comes from Tottys Bend Soap Farm. The soap comes from their herd of goats. Each goat is hand milked and given careful care. All soaps are made right on the farm and offered at market each market Saturday. Tom the Furniture Guy handcrafts each barnwood sign right here in Tennessee. Visitors can also order custom designed signs from Tom each Saturday at market.

goat milk soap

Goat milk soap from Tottys Bend Soap Farm

stone ground cornmeal

Stone ground cornmeal from Beaverdam Creek Farm

barnwood signs

Handmade barnwood signs from Tom the Furniture Guy

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It was a cold 17 degree morning a the farmers market

Be sure to visit market photos from this past Saturday’s market so you know what we have at market. Next week we will have farm fresh lettuce mix from Norton Family Farms along with local produce, canned goods, homemade soups, baked pies, banana nut bread, farm cheeses and so much more! Hope to see you at market this coming Saturday. We are open all year long every Saturday in Franklin Tennessee behind the Factory.  Have a great week and keep warm!

baked pies

Baked pies from Geraldine’s Greatest Chess Pies

banana nut bread

Banana nut bread from BB’s Gourmet Pretzels

lettuce mix

Lettuce and kale from Beaverdam Creek Farm

farm cheese

Artisan farm cheese from Moonshadow Farm

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Fresh dripped coffee from Roaast

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