Visit the brewery grounds every Saturday morning to shop locally grown produce, honey, canned goods, beef jerky, candles, and more! If you love supporting small business owners and shopping locally, this is the place for you. Your kids can wade in the creek while you sip a latte from Longbow Roasters and visit with the farmers and vendors.
Barrow Brewing Company has hosted the farmers market in Salado since 2017 and loves supporting the local farmers, growers, producers, and other small businesses. When you support the Salado Farmers Market you are giving back directly to the people who grew your vegetables, meats, and eggs. All vendors participating in the Salado Farmers Market are local and only sell the products they grew or made by hand themselves. Get to know your local farmers! They have some of the best recipes and ideas for how to cook the produce. They also offer tips on growing your own vegetables.
The Belton Veggie Guys are a sustainable farm located in Belton growing 100 varieties of peppers, vegetables, plants, and eggs for farmers markets. They use organic and sustainable growing methods.
Food, Fire, Family is the direct to consumer face of a family farm comeback. Continuing its original 1874 roots in Coryell County, the new Grubb Ranch emerged in Purmela in 1978. They are always striving to expand their all natural, permaculture gardens and orchards with fruits, vegetables and fungi suitable to their unique growing conditions.