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It’s a “Greens” Galore week!

From A (arugula) to Z (zucchini) we’re bringing green stuff to the Cedar City Downtown Farmer’s Market today.

We’ve got broccoli, cabbage (red and savoy green), and several bags of tender baby spinach.

In the herb department, we’ve got Genovese, Lemon. Cinnamon, Sweet and Thai basil, as well as Texas Tarragon, Oregano, Lemon Thyme, Rosemary, Curly Parsley, and Chinese Chives.

That reminds me… do you know the difference between Chinese (garlic) chives and the French (onion) chives? Stop by the Farmer’s Market and I’ll explain it to you.

In the lettuce (and salad fixings) department, we have arugula, black Simpson leaf, and Salad bowl.

Mom is sending several dozen of her Huge Farm Fresh Brown Eggs. At $3.50 per dozen, you get eggs that were lovingly gathered from directly under the hens within minutes of laying. Yes, we have roosters in with the hens,

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Downtown Cedar City Farmer’s Market Rocks Wednesdays

Be there or be square, as they used to say… The Downtown Cedar City Farmer’s Market rocks Wednesday’s at 100W and Hoover Ave.

We’ll be in our usual spot on “truck row” with broccoli, spinach, arugula, leaf lettuce, zucchini, basil and other herbs.

Salad BowlToday’s special is our unique Salad Bowl. Take it home for a mere $5.00. Clip it, water it, give it a home on a sunny windowsill, love it and eat it anytime you want. Your fresh lettuce is always ready for you.

Here’s a Four Country Gals special… tell us you read this post and you can have 2 dozen of Mom’s Farm Fresh Brown Eggs for $6.00 (save 50 cents).

Also we are taking deposits for your market lambs. See our previous posts.

Did you know our market accepts the Utah Horizon Card?

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Downtown Cedar City Farmer’s Market opens July 25, 2012

Are you ready? Four Country Gals will be at the opening of the Downtown Cedar City Farmer’s Market. The market opens promptly at 4 pm. While the market is open until 7pm, it’s advisable to get there as soon as possible. Generally, the first week of market is accompanied with limited produce.

2011 Farmer's Market OpeningThere’s a new location this year. We have more room, and even shade for a large percentage of the vendors and customers. The Downtown Cedar Cedar City Farmer’s Market is located on the west side of the parking lot bordered by 100 W and Hoover Ave. There is on-street parking on both sides of 100 W, as well as in the parking lot outside the market border. Hoover Ave is a one-way street from N Main St. There is no parking allowed on Hoover, but you can access the parking lot from there.

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Mom’s Hen House, her dream come true

Ever since Mom was a little girl ( a very long time ago) she has wanted a “hen house”, so she could have the freshest possible eggs. She loves to watch the chickens, too… but it’s the thrill of totally fresh eggs that lights her up.

Before she joined Cindy (her daughter), and even later, she would drive a hundred miles or so to “Amish Country” in Ohio just to buy “Farm Fresh Brown Eggs”. Never mind she would buy several dozen at a time, only to dole them out very carefully. After all, it would be a while before making the trip again.

When everyone moved to Utah in 2005, and suddenly had plenty of land, her first request was for a “hen house”, where she could gather her own “Farm Fresh Brown Eggs”. It took about 18 months, and sheep came before lambs,

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  • Goats helping photographer
    Hey, we'd love to help you take your pictures.
  • Coco's little calf born July 30, 2014
    Coco's little calf born July 30, 2014.
  • Cindy feeding Chaffhaye
  • working in the kitchen
    Bev recording milk weights, Shari stirring the Cajeta
  • The first two little doelings.
    The first two little doelings.
  • Mom with Thor
    Mom is cuddling our new buckling, Thor.
  • cargo trailer
    Our Farmer's Market cargo trailer.
  • Hand digging trench
    Shari pitches in and digs up broken water line.

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