Kapnick Orchards: Several varieties of apples, peaches, plums, nectarines, raspberries, pears, fudge, bread and baked sweet rolls.Kapp Farms: Basil, cherry tomatoes, green beans, kale and tomatoes.Lutchka Angus and Farm Market: sweet and cooking onions, kale, winter squash, jalapenos, hot and sweet peppers, cabbage, cukes, corn, eggplant, apples, cherry tomatoes.
Oak Hill Farm: honey, bee pollen, lotion bars, candles, cut comb honey, gift bags with assorted honey products.
Mark’s Farms and Greenhouse: maple syrup, kale, chard, beets, green and sweet onions, broccoli, cabbage, zucchini, five varieties of potatoes, corn, tomatoes, peppers, carrots, cabbage sprouts, cantaloupe, kohlrabe, eggplant, cukes.
Golden Fleece Farm, LLC: Grass fed beef products including ground beef, ground round, rib steaks, T-bone steaks, sirloin steaks, hamburger patties, beef brats, Italian sweet sausage, soup bones, chuck roast, English roast, swiss steak, ox-tail, liver, grass fed chickens raised on organic corn, soy-free feed (no GMO) at 3.5-4.5 pounds at $5 per pound.
Greystone Creamery: feta, possibly ricotta, Man-chel cheese, possibly cow Gouda, Chelsea-cam, Rosy-cam, blue Man-chel, sheep Gouda, butternut, garlic pepper and plain cream cheese.
Pregitzer Farm Market, LLC: CSA pick-up, broccoli, summer squash, zucchini, kale, corn, cabbage, cukes, eggplant, green beans, cauliflower, canning pickles, potatoes, watermelon.
Janet’s LLC: grilling rubs, jam, flavored nuts, suckers, cajun butter, assorted fudge. spices to make flavored butter, U-M and MSU dolls, and greeting cards.
Mama Mo: hummus and seitan. Hummus flavors include ginger squash, tan/cran orange, sesame chive satay, kalamata rosemary, black pepper walnut, roasted pepper, horseradish, roasted garlic, traditional, lemon zest, curry lime, tomato basil, onion dill, roasted beet, wasabi, jalapeno, chipotle. Seitan flavors include: nuggets, traditional, fajita strips, Italian fennel sausage, breakfast sage sausage, vegan BBQ, BBQ, roast.
Bordine Farm: cut flowers, including zinnia, pin cushions, gladiola, snap dragons.
Kniffen Famly Farms: eggs, whole and half chickens.
Enrichment Center: vegetables (swissh chard), candles, lip balms, lotions, bracelets, wooden toys, hand sanitizers, soaps, pens with decor that changes with the season.
Lutz Orchards: Please welcome our newest vendor! Lutz Orchards specialize in unique apple varieties, as well as quince and asian pears.
Get to Know Your Vendor – Pregitzer Famr Market, LLC
Pregitzer Farm Market started as a roadside stand in 1996 when Wade
thought he’d grow and sell a few pumpkins. The following year sweet
corn and watermelons were added, which was a big hit. This led to
more items being grown in the following years and a very busy
In 2003 the Pregitzer family moved a quarter mile north to a horse farm, which was
promptly turned into a produce farm! A small barn that is over 75
years old serves as their market. With the additional land and
convenient location they started growing and selling more produce than
Wade broadened his vision in 2005 with a focus on farm entertainment and education.
They added a corn maze, petting farm, hayrides, and
field trips. This generated phenomenal growth resulting in Wade’s
dream of farming for a living becoming a tangible goal. To do this he
began offering even more produce, education, and fun entertainment.
In 2008 Wade made farming his full time career, adding beef cows, poultry
and eggs, growing flowers from three greenhouses and starting a CSA along
with attending three farmers markets.
In 2013 the Pregitzer Farm Market goal is to expand the CSA, strive to provide
high quality produce for over 120 CSA members and to encourage communities of
people to eat healthy, locally produced items from the farm. Visit him and his family
at the Bushel Basket Market or the farm this fall!
Every week until the end of the season, we’ll feature one of the vendors in our newsletter, to get to know the people behind your food.
For all the best in-season, summertime foods and recipes, stay tuned for the weekly installments of the
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