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Local Minnesota Farmers Markets

Minnesota is located in the Plains region of the USA. Hogs are Minnesota's most valuable livestock product, followed by dairy products and cattle and calves. Turkeys are another valuable livestock product in the state. The North Star's best crops are grain corn and soybeans. Corn, wheat, and greenhouse nursery commodities are also important. Supporting Minnesota Farms provides significant value to the local community and a variety of other benefits. Find a Farmers Market in MN at Agrilicious.org.
Madelia, MN
Certified Organic
Farmers Markets, Apples, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Corn, Beets, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Looms, Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Celery, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Garlic, Kale
Holland, MN
Farmers Markets, Raspberries
We are a farm raised couple that used to crop farm in Northern California. We moved to Southwestern Minnesota in 2006 with a very open mind to We......
Mora, MN
Certified Organic
We are a husband and wife team who started a maple syrup farm in 2000. But we fell in love with the land and quickly expanded our operation to......
Cedar, MN
Certified Organic
Farmers Markets, Apples, Arugula, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Lip Balms, Beets, Broccoli, Salves & Creams, Looms, Cabbage, Carrots, Chinese greens, Collards, Cucumbers, Kale
Albert Lea, MN
Farmers Markets, Fresh
We strive to bring fresh, local produce during the early Spring to late Fall season.
Big Woods Farm, Farmers Market
Nerstrand, MN
Farmers Markets, Cabbage, Mustard, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Chinese greens, Edam, Arugula, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Corn, Maple, Eggs, Beets, Broccoli
Big Woods Farm is entering its 20th season of providing our members with naturally-grown, freshly-picked produce, all raised right here on our Our......
Blue Ribbon Farm, Farmers Market
Clearwater, MN
Naturally Grown, Sustainable
Farmers Markets, Cabbage, Cantaloupe, Carrots, Cauliflower, Celery, Chinese greens, Apples, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Corn, Eggs, Honey, Beets, Broccoli, Cucumbers, Daikon
Bob & Judy's Farm Market, Farmers Market
Big Lake, MN
Farmers Markets, Top, Vegetables, Fresh
Your neighborhood stop for farm fresh vegetables and more!
Bossy Acres, Farmers Market
Minneapolis, MN
Farmers Markets, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Eggs, Herbs
Amazing veggies grown in an environment that fosters organics, permaculture, biodiversity, and sustainability.
Brooklyn Park, MN
Farmers Markets, Produce, Flowers, Bedding Plants, Fresh
Wednesdays, 3PM - 7PM, June through October. Located at the Zane Sports Park, the market has over 20 vendors offering fresh produce, flowers, ba......
Next to Cook City Hall in the Park Cook, MN
Farmers Markets, Apples, Zucchini, Other
At the gateway to beautiful Lake Vermilion you not only find majestic scenery and outdoor recreation opportunities, but a zone 2 growing area. a......
Elk River Farmers Market, Farmers Market
Elk River, MN
Farmers Markets, Oat, Elk
June 5 - September 25, Thursdays 3:00-7:00pm. Elk River's Farmers Market is located at the Lake Orono boat landing which is steps from Hwy 10 in......
Lida Farm, Farmers Market
Pelican Rapids, MN
Sustainable
Farmers Markets, Fruits, Vegetables
New Hope, MN
Sustainable
Farmers Markets, Cheeses, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Maple, Honey, Soaps, Jellies, Fruit Preserves, Jams, Herbs, Flowers, Other, Vegetables
Prior Lake, MN
Farmers Markets, Produce, Apples, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Candles, Pork, Herbs, Bedding Plants, Fresh, Annuals, Beer, Perennials, Flowers, Granola, Coffee
Through October 25, Saturdays 8:00am -12 pm. Products and Services: Bedding Plants (annuals/perennials), Garden Produce, Organic Products Pork\......
Red Goose Gardens, Farmers Market
PO Box 157 Shelly, MN
Farmers Markets, Fresh & Dried Herbs, Goose, Herbs, Flowers, Vegetables, Fruits
Red Goose Gardens is a small farm operation that grows vegetables, fruits, herbs and flowers (according to organic principles) and markets to......
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Sheep were smuggled into the US during the 16th and 17th centuries to develop the wool industry.