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Skull Valley Farmers Market Kicks Off 6th Season

06 June 2016   Kitty Barnes
A local Farmer’s Market for residents of Skull Valley. Or anyone else that wants to visit.

Skull Valley Farmers Market will kick off its sixth season at the Skull Valley elementary school. They will be open from 8am till noon every Friday thru September 30.

The vendors signed up for this year will have a wide variety of items for sale.

Windsong Acres specialize in salad greens, tomatoes, potatoes, green beans, peppers and squash. Doug and Susan also offer specialty jams, jellies and homemade pies and cookies.

Archy and Laurica, owners of the Lazy C Ranch, will have grass fed lamb, fresh eggs, homebaked goods and master crafted kale chips.

Rodkey Farms have a large selection of items including jams, jellies, salsa, eggs and beautiful handmade wooden cutting boards. Jim and Leanne also raise seven breeds of organically fed heritage turkeys. Poults are hatched and raised on the farm. Mature birds and poults are for sale throughout the year. They are great for Thanksgiving, 4H projects or as a pet.

Tom and Michelle, owners of BV Ranch will have local raw honey again this season as well as small native plants and trees. They will also have local wool roving ready for spinning and natural wool products as well as yarn.

Skull Valley Lavender Farms is a small family farm, owned by Bob and Anita, that offers high quality lavender, essential oils, local honey, hops, eggs and fiber from heritage Navajo Churro sheep.

Jim and Amanda from Piquena Farm will have their delectable goat milk caramels and a variety of goat milk soaps.

The second generation owners of the L Bell Ranch, Mark and Leslie, will be offering their all natural grass fed black angus cross beef. It is available by the package, ranch pack, quarter, half and whole. The will also have eggs from their free range hens. Custom blended salts and peppers using their organic herbs are a wonderful addition to any meal.

Bradshaw Bramble Farms will have strawberries in June. Blackberries and raspberries in July and August. Owners, Dave and Kitty, said they will have tomatoes and cucumbers beginning in July. All fruit and vegetables are pesticide free. They will also have jams,syrup and baked items made from their fresh fruit.