Meet Our Vendors

Get to know your farmer, rancher, producer, grower, baker, fisherman, dairyman, soap maker, and even your dog biscuit maker to learn many interesting stories behind your food. For various reasons, not every vendor will be at every market; however this listing is for our most current vendors. Our farmers use various growing methods. To clarify, the produce vendors’ descriptions contain information about their farming methods: Certified Organic, Sustainably Grown, or Conventional.

Dead End Family Farm

Dead End Family Farm, 8 ball squashDead End Family Farm is located on 850 acres in Montague County and offers conventionally grown produce.  Sammy and Robbie Mitchell’s farm has been in the family since 1889 and they are sixth generation farmers.  They rotate crops on about seventeen acres, working three to four acres at a time.  They named their land Dead End Family Farm because when you get to their house, you have to turn around.  It’s as simple as that!

Dead End Family Farm

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