For Tuesday, April 6, 2021
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Fearrington Farmers' Market
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"Opening Day," 2021!

We're coming up on the first Tuesday in April, which would normally be our first market of the season.  Since we've continued to operate the market through the winter, it might not seem very exciting to call this "opening day," but there's plenty to look forward to this week!

Perry-winkle Farm, Katherine's Garden, Sour Bakery, and Red Roots Farm are back for the season, and we're pleased to welcome Paradox Farm Creamery as a new(ish) vendor this year -- you might remember them from a few years back!  As the weather warms up and the spring produce starts coming in strong, we'll start filling in all the winter gaps in the vendor circle.  To help you keep track of it all, vendor location maps are back starting this week.

The weather is looking lovely, and we hope to see you all on Tuesday!


This Week's Featured Vendors

Click here for this week's map of vendor locations.
Beechcrest Farm looks forward to seeing everyone there!  We will have steaks, short ribs, stew meat, ground beef, patties, brats, plus a roast or two.  We have bacon, ground and stew pork, and a 4 lb. butt roast, too!  And lots of eggs.  See ya'll Tuesday!
Bold Bagels will not be there this week.
We are planning to take a hiatus from production and do not plan to be back for a while. We will let you know if that changes at any point. We appreciate the overwhelming support from this community over the past year and a half. We will miss you!
Thank you for all the support, 
Josiah & Megan
Bonlee Grown Farm

The new chickens are finally laying, so we will have lots of free range eggs!
Beautiful coleus, red and purple salvia, lantana, lavender, herbs, and Rosebud impatiens!  Bedding plants of portulaca, begonias, marigolds, and impatiens.  Geraniums -- hanging baskets and pots!  Lots of basil plants, too.
Pickled okra and pickled beets!  Homemade jams, and hopefully banana bread!
For orders call 919-548-0977 or email  You can prepay also!
Amy and Ray Sugg
and Jessica
Cool Springs Farm will be there with mixed lettuce, spinach, dinosaur and curly green kale, bok choi, and green onions. 
We will also have starter plants: basil, eggplant, tomato, lettuce, broccoli, kohlrabi, cabbage, leeks, and others.
Looking forward to being back and seeing everyone! Stay safe,
Edgar and Gail
Four Oaks Farm will have lettuce, green onions, eggs, and a few cut flowers. See y'all Tuesday!
Katherine's Garden will be bringing an assortment of veggie plants, basil, parsley, and three varieties of tomatoes. Looking forward to seeing everyone!
Perry-winkle Farm
It's time... it's time for us to start back selling at market this week.  Michael and Olive have been enjoying their shopping trips to market but it's time for us to get back to market as vendors!  
The weather has been a bit challenging this winter, the above normal rainfall kept us out of the fields and delayed some plantings.  We are back on schedule now.  So what will we be offering this first market of April? 
Michael's chickens are laying lots more eggs as the day length increases.  We have a young flock (the pullets) who have just started laying so we will have a table full of their eggs.  When a hen starts laying their first eggs they are smaller.  Since Michael grades/weighs each egg, they are packed separately and come with a smaller price tag.  Folks say that the yolk to white ratio is higher with pullet eggs, we know that they are yummy!
To go along with our eggs we would like to recommend that you pick up some green garlic. This juvenile stage of garlic is a favorite spring crop. We use it like green onions, like leeks, or like cloves of mature garlic. We use it in everything! The season will only last a little more than a month longer so don't delay in trying it.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone this Tuesday!
with gratitude,
Mike Perry and Cathy Jones
Growing for our neighbors since 1991
Red Roots Farm  |  link for online orders

We're back!  This week we'll have the first of our leafy spring produce, including spinach, tatsoi, mizuna, and mesclun salad mix featuring arugula and baby mustard greens.  We'll also have CBD oil and hemp flower.

Visit our website anytime on Monday to place an order for pickup at market (produce quantities are generally updated throughout the day).  CBD products are listed separately here (market pickup and ship-to-your-door available).
Sour Bakery  |  link for online orders

We are so happy to be back and hope you have had a great first few months of 2021!
Looking forward to seeing you all on Tuesday. If you would like to preorder, which we strongly encourage, please use our website:  The online store is open through Tuesday at 11am. 

Here is what we will have this week:
Breads: Classic, Whole Wheat, Cinnamon Raisin, Salted Rosemary, Molasses Porridge, Olive
Crackers: Classic, BBQ Roadhouse, Everything, Pepper Parmesan, Onion Cheddar, and Rosemary
Scones: Lavender Blueberry Cream, Royal Raspberry, Apple Oat Pecan,  Strawberry Lemon Basil
Classic Croissants and Chocolate Croissants and Almond Croissants
Apple Cinnamon Pull Aparts
Thank you,
Janee and Knowles
T5-Farms will be at market with plenty of eggs, a few strawberries again (no pre-orders for them yet), beef (roasts, ground beef, short ribs, brisket, shank, bones), pork (chops, roasts, hot extra sage breakfast, chorizo, hot Italian, andouille, and kielbasa links), and sweet potatoes (white O’Henry and purple skin Japanese).
Please text special orders to Randy Thompson at 336-264-0981
Twelve Oaks Farm will be there with dill pickles, pickled turnips, pickled beets, and pickled Brussels sprouts.
The following vendors also plan to be at market this week:

The Barking Bedlie  |  link for online orders
Botanist & Barrel  |  link for online orders
Gramma D's
Honey Bee Hills Farm  |  link for online orders
Paradox Farm Creamery
Pomegranate Kitchen
Screech Owl Greenhouses
Sweet Little Something  |  link for online orders

Visit our website to learn more about all of this season's vendors.

Share the Local Food Love!

Visit Beth and Lily at the CORA donation station! They collect and buy fresh food at the market for folks in need and deliver to the Chatham Outreach Alliance food pantry every week. 

For more information, visit
Gary Thomas Farms has buckets o' berries as far as the eye can see!
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