The Owen County Farmers’ Market (OCFM) is committed to supporting locally grown and produced foods and bringing the very best and freshest of the season to our community.  At the OCFM you will find the very best seasonal produce, well cared for bed and garden plants, quality handmade crafts, and delicious ready to eat treats.  The OCFM is a producer only market so you can shake the hand of a farmer that grows your food and meet the artisan that made it by hand.

Join in the fun all season long as we bring family fun events, educational workshops, and demonstration to the OCFM.  The OCFM presents live music each Saturday. Come shop for locally grown produce and handmade crafts while enjoying the sounds of local entertainment.

Mark your calendars for these upcoming events:

  • April 16, 2016 Vendor Informational meeting at Farm Bureau at 3pm.
  • May 7, 2016 Opening of the 2016 market season with hours of 8:30a to 12:30p at the lot next to Babbs.
  • September 10 Farm to Table Dinner, more details to come.


The Owen County Farmers’ Market held their first meeting of 2016 and we are happy to introduce to the board Rob Paris, Sherry Thomas, Tom Erney (2016 Treasurer), and Kaye Erney as an advisory member. These 3 new members will round out the 9 member board with Andrea Curry (2016 President), Dan Browning (2016 Vice President), Errin Logsdon (2016 Secretary), Brittney Hogan, Raquel Browning, and Larry Fair. We are also happy to introduce Brittney Hogan as the 2016 Market Manager.


The Owen County Farmers’ Market would like to welcome Brittney Hogan as our 2016 Market Manager. The farmers’ market season is overseen by a Market Manager and we are excited to have Brittney’s experience and new ideas directing the Saturday’s at the market.

News from the Market

2016 Vendors

Selling your farm/garden foods, prepared foods, and crafts is easy at the farmers market.

Booth fees and contracts for the the upcoming season will be available in mid February 2016.

Farmers are persons who raise produce (vegetables, fruits), herbs, flowers or nursery crops from seed or plants and care for, cultivate and harvest the crops offered for sale at the market.  … learn more about vending as a farm vendor

A prepared food (as known as value added food) vendor is anyone selling foods that have been processed or altered from their original state. Sample of prepared foods are meat products, baked goods, or ready to eat foods.  … learn more about vending as a prepared food vendor

Artisans are people who craft with their own hands the products they offer for sale at the market such as pottery, knit and sewn items, candles, soaps, etc.  … learn more about vending as an artisan vendor

We are offering youth ages 12 and under the opportunity to explore the entrepreneurship spirit with a lemonade stand.  We will allow 1 lemonade stand per week at the market.  …learn more about vending as a youth lemonade stand

On the fourth Saturday of each month we allow additional spaces for Antique vendors that would like to sell antique-like items.  … learn more about vending as an antique vendor

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