Vendors

Interested in becoming a vendor?  Please see our Potential Vendors section below.

 

2016 Vendors:

Betty McNeill:  Baked goods, candies, and bottle art.

Bill Jennings:  Backyard plants and garden seedlings.

Crackpot Hippie:  Fresh fruits, herbs, and vegetables, garden seedlings, and country eggs.

Geczi Bee Farm:  Raw honey.

Hope Farms:  Fresh produce and country eggs.

Huber’s Home Grown Garden Goods:  Fresh produce.

Jak’s Bee Farm:  Honey stix, lip balms, and spa products.

Jimmy Large:  Fresh produce.

Lake Country Gardens:  Ornamental plants.

Lumbar Achers Dirt Farm:  Lumber, bamboo stakes, walking sticks, primitive woodwork, and sawmill service.

Mary Behrens:  Fresh produce and fresh and dried herbs.

Miles Farms:  Fresh produce.

Murder of Crows Farm:  Baked goods, fresh produce, and handicrafts.

Nan Pogue:  Asparagus.

Old McDonald’s Mushroom Farm:  Fresh mushrooms and starter kits.

Rick’s Plants:  Decorative plants and fruit starts.

Sandy Brashears:  Produce, jams, and jellies, candies, and baked goods.

Shelley’s Boutique:  Plants and crafts

Stone River Farms:  Fresh produce

Zimmerman’s:  Baked goods.

Zsuzska & Ponto’s Sperky:  Bangles, scarves, and local art.

 

2015 Vendors:

Anna Banks:  Baked goods.

Antiques and More:  Handicrafts.

Bartels Farm:  Pumpkins and winter squash.

Bear Creek Farms:  Ornamental plants.

Betty McNeill:  Baked goods, candies, and bottle art.

Big Muddy BBQ:  Breakfast and lunch.

Bill Jennings:  Backyard plants and garden seedlings.

Crackpot Hippie:  Fresh fruits, herbs, and vegetables, garden seedlings, and country eggs.

Donald Baker:  Fresh produce and cut flowers

Hawn Produce:  Fresh produce.

Hope Farms:  Fresh produce and country eggs.

Huber’s Home Grown Garden Goods:  Fresh produce.

Jak’s Bee Farm:  Honey stix, lip balms, and spa products.

Jan Decker:  Floral and ceramic crafts.

Jim Elliot:  Fresh produce.

Jimmy Large:  Fresh produce.

Lake Country Gardens:  Ornamental plants.

Mary Behrens:  Fresh produce and fresh and dried herbs.

Melon King:  Fresh produce.

Miles Farms:  Fresh produce.

Nan Pogue:  Asparagus.

Pickett Produce:  Produce, plants, seeds, teas, and decorative rocks.

Richmond Photography:  Photography and art.

Sandy Brashears:  Produce, jams, and jellies, candies, and baked goods.

Stone River Farms:  Fresh produce

Terripin Farms:  Fresh produce.

Tim Fenton:  Fresh produce and crafts.

TMG Woodcraft:  Woodcraft.

Weiler Dairy:  Fresh milk, produce, and treats.

Zimmerman’s:  Baked goods.

Zsuzska & Ponto’s Sperky:  Bangles, scarves, and local art.

 

Potential Vendors

Download and read the HCPFM Vendor Regulations 

Certain vendors may need to fill out the Marion County Farmers’ Market Permit Application.

Certain vendors may need to fill out the City of Hannibal Business License Application.

If you wish to sell eggs at market, you will need to read Requirements for Shell Eggs Sold in Missouri and obtain an egg license.

Read the Missouri’s Division of Weights & Measures Requirements for Sales at Farmers’ Markets and know if you are required to have a certified scale.

Also helpful, especially for new vendors, is the AgriMissouri Farmers’ Market Handbook

All vendors must sign and return the following before they will be allowed to set up:

Hold Harmless Agreement

HCPFM Vendor Application

Please note the new Missouri law concerning sales tax for farmers’ market vendors.  Read the law carefully and know how it pertains to you:  Senate Bill No. 727

Vendors are responsible for any further permits and licenses that their particular businesses may require.  Again, know the law and how it applies to your particular situation.