Barton Creek Farmers Market
Barton Creek Farmers Market has two locations: Our First Location is at the back of the Barton Creek Square mall parking lot overlooking the city---at the intersection of S. Loop 1 (Mopac) and S. Capital of Texas Highway (Loop 360). Hours 9:00am to 1:00pm every Saturday, rain or shine. Our Second Location is 2323 S. Lamar, Austin, TX 78704 on corner of S. Lamar and Bluebonnet. Hours 11:00am to 3:00pm every Sunday, rain or shine.

Blackberry Blossom Farm
Jams and maple syrup.

Bella Verdi
Microgreens, basil and lettuce.

Bolton Works
Assorted potted plants.

Caeda Farms
Don & Cathy Miller
178 Balch Road
Elgin, TX 78621
512-468-1737
donr.miller@sbcglobal.net

Comanche Oaks
Leon Cardwell
1131 Bending Rd
LaGrange, TX 78945
979-702-1701

Fruitful Hill Farm
Eggs, Vegetables and Soap
Dale & Amy Ringger
(512) 923 7463
ringgerfarm@gmail.com

Full Quiver Farm
Mike Sams
6238 FM 3396
Kemp, TX 75143
http://fullquiverfarmstexas.com

Good Flow Honey
“Good Flow” is a term used by beekeepers to describe abundant floral nectar secretion that is crucial to producing a good honey crop.Good Flow Honey Co. is a family owned, and operated, business. We have been keeping bees around Austin and Central Texas since 1975. Our Family is involved in every process of the production- from “working” the bees, taking off and extracting the honey, bottling, and delivering to our customers.

Hill Country Homestyle Canning
We are a small family business. My wife and I are both of German descent. Our families go back to the founding of Fredericksburg, Texas, by German Immigrants in 1846. Canning along with farming has always been a way of life in Fredericksburg. My wife and I have learned from professionals – our parents and grandparents. My wife’s family has a truck farm (growing vegetables) which is how we originally got started. We are not a big operation – we make what we can with the freshest of produce for a quality product and old fashioned taste. We use fresh cucumbers right from the vine. The fresher the cucumber, the crunchier the pickle. “OURS ARE CRUNCHY.” Pickles are great to have with a meal or just as a snack. We have 6 varieties to choose from.
Keith Reeh
kanns@hillcountryhomestyle.com
www.hillcountryhomestyle.com

Hillside Farms
Ginger Davis
830-868-7193

Johnson’s Backyard Garden
Organically Grown Vegetables. A small, family-run and community-supported farm, serving the Austin, Texas area.
farm@jbgorganic.com
http://www.jborganic.com

Kitchen Pride Mushrooms
Phil Mc Clain
pmclain@kitchenpride.com

Lilypad Farm 
Tilapia and heirloom vegies raised using aquaponics.
www.globalaquaponics.net

Yummy Farms
Produce and starters.
www.yummyfarms.com

Microbial Earth
Zero Waste Systems and Humified Compost Tea Extracts giving a huge boost to plants.
Microbial Earth is a local company specializing in the build-up of our soil and water quality through the use of microbes in top-dressing compost and long life compost tea extracts.  We also have a line of composting systems for indoor and outdoor composting focusing on the microbes which do the work, as well as microbes for cleaning and de-odorizing home, yard, commercial and industrial facilities.  Soil testing available.
Patrick Van Haren
patrick@microbialearth.com
www.microbialearth.com

Natural Gardener – Lady Bug Brand
8648 Old Bee Caves Rd
Austin, TX 78735
512-288-6113
ladybugbrand.com

Rasmey’s Garden
Large variety of starters and potted plants – lemon and lime trees.
512.392.9315

Richardson Farms
Pastured poultry, pork and beef.  Organically grown wheat.  Produce
www.richardsonfarms.com

Rocking B Ranch
This 320 acre working ranch is owned and operated by the Brownson family. Founded in 2001, the Rocking B is located between Mason and Menard in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. We are a grass-fed livestock operation whose stock includes Angus, Hereford and Devon cattle as well as Boer-cross goats and even rabbits! Our cattle are bred for the quality of their beef and receive a forage diet free of pesticides. Our animals are never held in confinement, never fed antibiotics and never receive synthetic growth hormones.
rockingbranch.com

Sandy Creek Farms
Our farms are located in northern Gonzales County, 29 acres and northern LaVaca County 28 acres. We specialize in rare and unusual nursery plants created into appealing arrangements for interior and patio enjoyment. Our main agricultural crop is naturally grown pecans from both farms, primarily the Lavaca County farm. we also raise garden crops, tomatoes, peaches, squash, cucumbers, peas and many others. All grown with out chemical fertilizers or herbicides.
Max and Joyce Kelly
mfk50@hotmail.com

Smith and Smith Farms
Pasture raised chicken and eggs.
colbygsmith82@yahoo.com

Swede Farm
Goat milk, yoghurts and cheeses.

Texas Lavender
Randy Graybill
Texaslavender@austin.rr.com
texaslavender.com

Tao’s Vegies
Vegetables grown using seeds from China.

Twin County Dorpers
Grass Fed Lamb
twincountydorpers.com

Austin Pesto and Unity Farm
Kim Broesche
mommaluna30@yahoo.com

Vital Farms
Organic Eggs
vitalfarms.com

Winfield Farm
Vegetables and prepared organic foods
www.winfieldfarmtexas.com
govinda@winfieldfarmtexas.com

Star Farmers Market
Producer of fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers.  We are located on US 79 three tenths of a mile east of US 77.   Fruits: We start the season in March with strawberries, April -rhubarb, May- blackberries, June- Peaches and plums, and July- grapes.
Vegetables: We start the season in March with Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, greens, April- onions (red, while, 1015) squash.  May- potatoes, green bean, June- sweet corn, cantaloupe, tomatoes, peppers (hot and Mild), egg plant, July- Watermelons, October- Pumpkins and winter squash.
Flowers: We start in April with Zinnias, Cosmos, Celosia, Centaur, Marigold, Sunflowers.
starfarmersmarket.com

Two Happy Children Farm - high producing and high quality seasonal vegies.
twohappychildrenfarm.com

Violet Mae Gardens
Potted plants and landscaping service.

Wright’s Longhorn Beef
Longhorn beef!

Caskey Orchards
Cliff Caskey
cliff@caskeyorchards.com

Chisholm Lane Honey
Thea Pierce
pie_5@sbcglobal.net

Engle Orchards has been in business for 15 years. Because they didn’t spray with chemicals, they expect to have peaches thru July and perhaps August. You can find their homemade Peach Ice Cream in downtown Fredericksburg at the Engles Orchard shop next to the Engles Deli on Main Street, down from the Nimitz Museum.
Arman Engel
830-997-3292

Georgetown Pecans
Dennis Perz
gqpecans@thegateway.net

Lightsey Farms
Lightsey Farms is  proud to be a part of the Sunset Valley Farmers Market.  Lightsey Farms is a third generation farm that grows various fruits and vegetables.  A chart of the harvest times for our crops is seen below.
Mary Lightsey
lightsey@glade.net

Love Creek Apple Orchard
Dan Rohrer
rohrer@fbg.net

Rocky Hill Orchard
Dan and Mary Rohrer
rohrer@fbg.net

Bull Lemons
Meyer Lemons