Winter Farmer’s Market Kicks Off in Culpeper | Recent news

“What makes the event so special is that it’s a great group of people here. People can buy from independent vendors and connect with local farmers, bakers and artisans in our community, ”she added.

Corvallis Farms, LLC, was there. Owners Terry and Bryant Osborn have attended Farmers’ Market events since starting their Culpeper farm in 1985. They were thrilled with Culpeper’s first winter market.

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“We grow cut flowers and green salads all year round. I’m just happy to be able to provide people with fresh produce today, ”said Bryant Osborn.

“We sell a lot of jams, which is one of our most popular products,” said Terry Osborn. “Our pasta is homemade and very good, it’s my husband’s specialty dish.”

Evan Boone, a Madison resident and part owner of Three Springs Farm, LLC, presented a number of items for sale for the winter market on Saturday.

“I have beef, pork and lamb for sale today, it’s pasture raised meats, which is extremely healthy for you,” he said.

“As a company, we will continue to serve the Culpeper community with naturally raised meats. I enjoy meeting new people while attending farmer’s market events. It’s really cool to connect with new customers, especially during the holidays, ”added Boone.

James V. Payne