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Our Market Members

Here are a few of our wonderful vendors.  Each grows, raises, makes their products with great passion and then brings them to you. Many of our vendors have websites. Check the links in their name for more details.

Amita & Mark’s Vegetables (Amita Reigle)

Benson’s Nutrition

Mae Benson, Jefferson City, took healthy eating to a new level in 2010 by purchasing a grain mill and providing freshly milled whole grain baked goods at the Market.  Look for Multi-Grain Bread, Ezekiel Fasting Bread, cinnamon rolls, Biscotti’s, cookies, whole grain pasta and gluten-free muffins.

Hugh’s Kitchen

Hugh provides freshly baked carrot cakes, cookies, rolls and blueberry swirls made in his kitchen in Holts Summit.  He also makes tamales and low sugar treats. Don’t forget the SWEET POTATO PIE!

Pam Schmutzler

Pam runs a busy farm with her husband just outside of town on the banks of the Osage. She provides produce loaves of bread, cookies, pecans, and eggs. Her dill bread is to die for!

Ozark Yankee

The Merediths join us again this season with a variety of vegetables, grass-fed beef, free-range eggs and goat’s milk candies and soaps. Dr. Meredith was instrumental in the start of our market and we are glad to have him join us the second year as a vendor.

Kristie Kempler 

Ms. Kempler joins us for the first time with a variety of handcrafted items especially knitted and crocheted and homemade bread/pastry, granola bars.

The Salad Garden (Dan Kuebler)

Wolf Farms (Suzanne Wolf) 

Rothove Produce (Ronald & Mary Rothove)

Capitol View Farms (Jane Beetem)

Linda Rosendale

Whippoorwill Naturals (Rita Cahill) 

Fisher Farms

Bagby Creek Honey (Kevin Bagby)

Weider Valley Mushrooms (Ed. Weider)

Taylor made prepared meals LLC

Tara Ashlock (Plants)

Henderson Farms

Dream Dogs (Tamisha Eldridge)

Waking Acres Blueberries 









  1. Jean Johnson says:

    Hi, I would like to know more about your vendor guidelines.
    Jean Johnson

  2. Amanda Donahue says:

    My husband Justin and I create a spice called Donahue’s Flame. We live in Jefferson City Missouri and select, plant, grow, harvest, process, and pack this spice locally. We are not officially organic, however we do not use any added pesticides on the plants and we do not add any chemicals or salts to the actual finished product. The spice is predominantly peppers and is a very hot addition to any food. You can put it on your eggs in the morning all the way to your steak in the evening! We have an interest in becoming a part of the farmers market and being able to set up a table this season. Can you please provide us with the necessary information to do so? We appreciate your help and hope to be a part of Jefferson City’s farmers market. Sincerely, Justin and Amanda Donahue

  3. Meemee says:

    Post your hours please and days open.

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