SAFM opens for the season


Camille Bawcom, of Sedalia, purchases some lettuce from Meagen Curry with Show Me Produce, a vendor from Cole Camp, during the opening of the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market Friday afternoon on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Bawcom was shopping at the market with her husband Capt. Braden Bawcom, who is stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base. “I started coming here last year,” Camille Bawcom said. “I’m a frequent farmers’ market girl.”


Mandi Koehn pours “Campfire Espresso” coffee beans into a bag for John Nail, of Sedalia, at the SAFM on Friday. Koehn is co-owner, with her husband Justin Koehn, of The Ozark Coffee Roastery in Stover. “I highly recommend it,” Nail said of the coffee. “I got hooked on it.”


SAFM vendor Mike Davidson, of Sedalia, pours fresh popped kettle corn into a pot during opening day of the market Friday. Davidson owns Popin and a Shakin kettle corn with his wife Debbie Davidson. Davidson said he has several flavors but customers seem to like peanut butter best.


Fresh green onions wait to be purchased at a SAFM vendor stand belonging to Vajen Farms, of Mora, Friday. Nancy Vajen said they sell produce and fresh baked goods. In two weeks Vajen Farms will have all-natural, pasture-raised chickens for sale at the market. The SAFM is open for 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays through October.


Camille Bawcom, of Sedalia, purchases some lettuce from Meagen Curry with Show Me Produce, a vendor from Cole Camp, during the opening of the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market Friday afternoon on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Bawcom was shopping at the market with her husband Capt. Braden Bawcom, who is stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base. “I started coming here last year,” Camille Bawcom said. “I’m a frequent farmers’ market girl.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050716FarmersMarket-1.jpgCamille Bawcom, of Sedalia, purchases some lettuce from Meagen Curry with Show Me Produce, a vendor from Cole Camp, during the opening of the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market Friday afternoon on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Bawcom was shopping at the market with her husband Capt. Braden Bawcom, who is stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base. “I started coming here last year,” Camille Bawcom said. “I’m a frequent farmers’ market girl.”

Mandi Koehn pours “Campfire Espresso” coffee beans into a bag for John Nail, of Sedalia, at the SAFM on Friday. Koehn is co-owner, with her husband Justin Koehn, of The Ozark Coffee Roastery in Stover. “I highly recommend it,” Nail said of the coffee. “I got hooked on it.”
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050716FarmersMarket-2.jpgMandi Koehn pours “Campfire Espresso” coffee beans into a bag for John Nail, of Sedalia, at the SAFM on Friday. Koehn is co-owner, with her husband Justin Koehn, of The Ozark Coffee Roastery in Stover. “I highly recommend it,” Nail said of the coffee. “I got hooked on it.”

SAFM vendor Mike Davidson, of Sedalia, pours fresh popped kettle corn into a pot during opening day of the market Friday. Davidson owns Popin and a Shakin kettle corn with his wife Debbie Davidson. Davidson said he has several flavors but customers seem to like peanut butter best.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050716FarmersMarket-3.jpgSAFM vendor Mike Davidson, of Sedalia, pours fresh popped kettle corn into a pot during opening day of the market Friday. Davidson owns Popin and a Shakin kettle corn with his wife Debbie Davidson. Davidson said he has several flavors but customers seem to like peanut butter best.

Fresh green onions wait to be purchased at a SAFM vendor stand belonging to Vajen Farms, of Mora, Friday. Nancy Vajen said they sell produce and fresh baked goods. In two weeks Vajen Farms will have all-natural, pasture-raised chickens for sale at the market. The SAFM is open for 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays through October.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/web1_TSD050716FarmersMarket-4.jpgFresh green onions wait to be purchased at a SAFM vendor stand belonging to Vajen Farms, of Mora, Friday. Nancy Vajen said they sell produce and fresh baked goods. In two weeks Vajen Farms will have all-natural, pasture-raised chickens for sale at the market. The SAFM is open for 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays through October.

Camille Bawcom, of Sedalia, purchases some lettuce from Meagen Curry with Show Me Produce, a vendor from Cole Camp, during the opening of the Sedalia Area Farmers’ Market Friday afternoon on the Missouri State Fairgrounds. Bawcom was shopping at the market with her husband Capt. Braden Bawcom, who is stationed at Whiteman Air Force Base. “I started coming here last year,” Camille Bawcom said. “I’m a frequent farmers’ market girl.”

Mandi Koehn pours “Campfire Espresso” coffee beans into a bag for John Nail, of Sedalia, at the SAFM on Friday. Koehn is co-owner, with her husband Justin Koehn, of The Ozark Coffee Roastery in Stover. “I highly recommend it,” Nail said of the coffee. “I got hooked on it.”

SAFM vendor Mike Davidson, of Sedalia, pours fresh popped kettle corn into a pot during opening day of the market Friday. Davidson owns Popin and a Shakin kettle corn with his wife Debbie Davidson. Davidson said he has several flavors but customers seem to like peanut butter best.

Fresh green onions wait to be purchased at a SAFM vendor stand belonging to Vajen Farms, of Mora, Friday. Nancy Vajen said they sell produce and fresh baked goods. In two weeks Vajen Farms will have all-natural, pasture-raised chickens for sale at the market. The SAFM is open for 3 to 6 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays through October.

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

Sedalia Democrat

Photos by Faith Bemiss | Democrat

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