Farmers Market days extended
The Central Texas Master Gardeners Association's has received permission from the McCulloch County Commissioner's Court to extend the Farmers Market each Saturday through Aug. 28.
"There seems to be some confusion among the public concerning what can and cannot be sold at our Farmers Market," said Sandra Moerbe with CTMGA.
The following information and guidlines are being provided to help answer some of those questions:
• Sponsored by Central Texas Master Gardeners, thru The Texas A & M Agrilife Extenion Office, Brady
• Courthouse square
• Saturdays from 9-11 a.m. throughout August
• Free booth space
YOU MAY SELL:
• Raw agricultural products grown by immediate family such as fruits, nuts, vegetables, eggs;
Products hand processed by immediate family such as: baked goods, breads, honey, jelly, salsa, soap, etc.;
Homemade crafts such as: furniture, handbags, earrings, jewelry, quilts, flower arrangements, home sewn cloth crafts, etc.; and
Small farm animals raised by family such as: chickens, ducks, guineas, rabbits, kid goats, lambs, livestock guardian puppies.
YOU MAY NOT SELL:
• Cooked items that are hot or need refrigeration, (Ex: tacos, cooked meat or egg products, coffee drinks, fruit drinks);
• Resale items, flea market items, garage sale items (ex: no manufactured items).
Absolutely no early sales before 9 a.m.
All prices must be displayed.
A simple application is available on the day of each market or ahead of time at the Texas A & M AgriLife Extension Office, 114 W. Main St., Brady, (just north of the courthouse).
Additional information, including the Texas Cottage Laws is available on Facebook: McCulloch County Farmers Market.
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