- Country Vittles from Critter Hill Farm
Country Vittles from Critter Hill Farm is family owned and operated. Though their usual product includes all natural, preservative free meats such as beef, pork, goat, rabbit, chicken, turkey, lamb, and free brown brown eggs, they also bring pumpkins and gourds when in season. Country Vittles also sells pasteurized, non-homogenized whole goats milk.
Their beef is born, raised and finished naturally on their farm. Their cow herd consists of purebred Herefords and Hereford Influenced Baldies. All are bred to their purebred Hereford bulls. The beef is pasture raised on a diet of grass, haylage and corn silage when needed. They do not use any hormones to raise any of their meats; therefore, they are all natural. Their beef hangs for at least 21 days to insure a tender and flavorful cut of meat.
Accepts Credit Cards
- Cove Point Winery
Cove Point Winery is the oldest winery in southern Maryland and thirteenth oldest in the state. Entering its eleventh year, Cove Point has grown from a couple tanks in the basement to a full warehouse in vineyard. They make a wide variety of wines: dry whites, dry reds, light and sweet wines, and several delicious wines. All told they make thirty wines and would love to introduce you to them.
Cove Point Winery will be in attendance at the market on the following days:
April 1st, 4th, 8th, 22nd & 29th
May 6th & 13th
June 3rd & 24th
July 1st, 15th & 22nd
August 5th, 12th & 26th
September 2nd, 9th & 23rd
October 7th & 14th
November 4th, 11th, & 18th
- Girardot’s Crumbs Bakery
bread and sweet baked goods
Girardot’s Crumbs is an artisan bakery based in DC that produces fine European Style Crust breads and sweets. Girardot’s Crumbs sells their products strictly in DC-area farmers markets. Made with the finest, all natural ingredients, their breads have delighted market customers for the last eight years.
- Karlaca Coffee
coffee beans and drinks
Karlacá Coffee, established in 2013, sources coffee directly from Colombian farmers in the Quindio Andes. Karlaca puts a premium on relationships and quality above all else, and is committed to economic, sustainable development in the Quindio region. Karlaca roasts the coffee locally in small batches in Washington, DC.
- McCleaf’s Orchards
McCleaf’s is a 6th generation family farm. The 52 acre historic farm grows apples, peaches, plums, apricots, pears, cherries, pluots, kiwi berries, other unique fruit offerings as well as a wide variety of vegetables and herbs.
McCleaf’s Orchard has a strong commitment to growing food as sustainably as possible. They practice Integrated Pest Management (IPM), minimizing the use of chemicals by reducing destructive insects in the orchards, while at the same time maintaining a health quality product.
Their commitment to sustainable farming and providing great produce for generations is made evident by earning a Pennsylvania Preserved Farm designation in 2008.
Accepts Credit Cards
- Randalia Beehive
honey and beeswax products
Randalia Beehive has an apiary on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. There, they produce raw, unprocessed, and chemical-free honey. They have a variety of honeys, including blueberry and orange blossom. Randalia also offers other beeswax products like handcrafted beeswax candles, melts, hand crafted lip balms, and infused oil.
- Spriggs Delight Farm
Spriggs Delight is a small, family owned and operated dairy goat farm located in Sharpsburg, Maryland. Spriggs Delight makes all their products in house and by hand; artisan is in their blood. Their herd averages at about 100 goats, all grass and hay fed. the goats live an all natural lifestyle with no antibiotics, hormones, or other artificial chemicals. Spriggs Delight’s products, like their animals, are all natural and contain no preservatives or artificial colorings. Spriggs Delight strives to keep the homemade taste in everything they make.
- Valencia’s Produce
Valencia’s is a small scale farm located in historic Westmoreland County, Virginia. They grow seasonfal fruits and vegetables, as well as a variety of herbs. Valencia’s practices Integrated Pest Management, an environmentally sensitive and reduced-chemical method of pest management, to healthily grow their crops, Their wide variety of fruits and vegetables include asparagus, black-eyed peas, blueberries, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cantaloupe melon, watermelon, sweet corn, cucumbers, garlic, tomatoes, lettuce mixes and herbs.
Accepts Credit Cards