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This Week at DFM: May 21

by | May 19, 2022


DFM Shoppers,

We are so thrilled to have you shop our market! Each week we see more and more shoppers enjoying the fruits (proteins, baked and specialty products;)) of our vendors’ labor!  Please be assured that our vendors are completely vetted, having to comply with the DFM standards of 100% locally grown and produced. Additionally, as you read through our vendors page on our website, you will see that most have a number of qualifying certifications that we are proud to highlight!

While you are shopping at the DFM this Saturday, please ask the vendor questions and learn about the hard work that goes into your favorite product. You will be so impressed and your DFM products will taste, smell and feel even better!

eat fresh, eat local

Patty Winters, market manager 

Vendor Spotlight

Barbee Farms is a century farm located in Concord, NC. They are conventional growers and the final founding farmer from Davidson Farmers’ Market inaugural 2008 season!  Tommy and Anna (owners) are 5th generation farmers, with their son, Brent serving as farm manager.  They pride themselves in diversity, food safety and farm sustainability.  Barbee Farms is currently GAP (Good Agricultural Practices) certified by the USDA. If you stop by the Barbee tent at the DFM, Tommy is there to answer questions regarding growing practices, varieties, and offer assistance for the home gardener.  Anna can share cooking methods of how to prepare and preserve.  Barbee Farms is proud to say that they “eat what they grow” all year round! Make sure to visit Barbee Farms at the DFM.

Check out all our Vendors for May 21, 2022

DFM “Need to Knows”

Market hours: 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m.  Shopping starts at the ringing of the market bell.  No entrance to market area prior to bell.

Payment: Most vendors accept cash and credit cards. 

Parking: You can find public parking along Main Street, Jackson Street, the Davidson Presbyterian Church parking lot at the corner of Depot & Jackson Streets..  All of which are just a short walk form a Market entrance.  
No pets: While we all love to have dogs around town, the Davidson Farmers Market is a dog & pet free Market. Pets are not permitted within the Market grounds. As always, service animals are welcome.

Questions: Look for the DFM Market Tent or

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