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Our mission is to get your product into the hands of consumers. Mayes County has five markets that are collectively working together. By uniting farmers markets across our County, we strive to cultivate a resilient food system, celebrate local culture, and nurture a sense of community pride. Together, we are sowing the seeds of a healthier, more equitable future for all.

Mayes County Farmers Market

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Chouteau Farmers


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Toledoth Acres

Farmers Market

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Saturday Morning


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Elzina's Farmers


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District Farmers Market

Benefits of Mayes County Farmers Markets Collaborating:  

Resource Sharing: By pooling resources, such as marketing efforts, infrastructure, and expertise, farmers markets can operate more efficiently and effectively. This can lead to cost savings for individual markets and a higher quality experience for vendors and customers alike.

Increased Visibility: Coordinated marketing efforts and cross-promotion between farmers markets can help raise awareness of local agriculture and the availability of fresh, seasonal produce within the community. This increased visibility can attract more customers to all participating markets, benefiting vendors and supporting the local economy.

Diversity and Variety: Working together allows farmers markets to offer a wider range of products to customers. Different markets may specialize in specific types of produce or products, so collaboration ensures that customers have access to a diverse selection of goods while supporting a variety of local farmers and producers.

Support for Small-Scale Producers: Many farmers markets cater to small-scale and family-owned farms and producers. By collaborating, these markets can provide a supportive environment for these businesses to thrive, offering them a platform to sell their goods and access to a larger customer base.

Community Building: Farmers markets are not just places to buy and sell goods; they are community hubs where people gather, socialize, and connect with one another. Collaborating allows farmers markets to strengthen these community ties, fostering a sense of belonging and shared purpose among vendors, customers, and organizers.


Market Hub: Availability of a year-round Market Hub also allows producers an opportunity to continue selling after the open air markets close for the season.

Overall, by working together, farmers markets in the same county can amplify their impact, support local agriculture, and create vibrant, thriving communities centered around healthy, sustainable food systems.

Interested in Becoming a Vendor?

Are you a passionate raw product vendor looking to showcase your goods to a wider audience? Join us in bringing fresh, locally-sourced produce, meat, eggs, and more to the heart of our community.

By signing up, you'll gain access to one of the five vibrant Mayes County Farmers Markets, where you can connect directly with eager consumers who value quality, sustainability, and supporting local businesses. Whether you're a seasoned vendor or new to the market scene, we welcome you to be part of our mission to promote healthy living and foster economic growth in our region.

Join us in cultivating a thriving marketplace that celebrates the best of our local agricultural community. Fill out the form below to secure your spot and embark on a journey of growth, community, and delicious abundance!

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