B and G Produce ~ Matt and Lindy Geraets, Crayton and Debby Bouchie provide gourmet-quality produce from the Bouchie farm located near Blunt. They use organic practices and love answering questions about their produce. Along with vegetables and some fruit, they also sell farm fresh eggs, flowers, locally roasted coffee beans, homemade garden products, homemade bread & biscuits, organic granola, farm to table items such as basil kale pesto and hummus in various flavors. Read more at their blog or on their vendor profile.

Bab’s Bites ‘N Bones ~ Barb Nickolas loves dogs and the people who love them, and it shows in her dog biscuits! Handmade with quality, human-grade ingredients, lab tested, great for all dog sizes. These crunchy treats are available in hearty beef and savory chicken. Read more at her blog or on her vendor profile. You can also find Bab’s on Facebook.

Bad River Pack ~Don and Mary Ward joined the CCFM family in 2012. They offer a variety of beef jerky, beef & chicken pemmican, snack sticks, and summer sausage along with some homemade kitchen cloths and other crafts. Read more in their vendor profile.

Beverly Duffel ~ Beverly brings her hand-painted paving stones and other creative items to market.

BLC Ranch ~  Ben and Linda are from Highmore and bring Icelandic wool and products to market. They started with us at the Fort Pierre Bicentennial Farmers’ Market and beginning September 2017 will also be with us at our Saturday Pierre market.

Brewbirds ~ Becci and Teri started their coffee truck endeavor in 2017. They joined us at the farmers’ market in October 2017. Out of their cool coffee truck, they offer breves, cappuccinos, frappes, lattes, and smoothies. Read more on their Facebook page.

Bub’s Produce ~ Valerie and her family were new to the market in 2014, bringing tons of fresh asparagus and rhubarb in the Spring! Read more in their vendor profile.

Haines Homestead ~ Rachel just started as a vendor in late August. She brings lovely bath and beauty products along with delicious gluten free and some vegan baked goods. Her pop tarts are a hit!

Haiwick Heritage Ranch ~ Paula and her family ranch near Highmore and are joining us for the 2017 season. They sell dry-aged, certified Angus beef that is free of antibiotics, steroids, hormones, and confinements. Read more on their website.

Hanisch Farms ~ Jared Hanisch and his family were new vendors in 2013. They offer beef, lamb, goat, chicken, pork, farm fresh eggs, vegetables, and fruit. During the holiday season, you can also get turkey, duck, and ham. Jared attends one weekend of every month. Read more about their family in this vendor profile. Their website has more details and their contact information.

Krause Family Orchard ~ Christopher joined us in 2015 and brings a lovely selection of apples a couple times a year. Read more on their website.

Lucky Lettuce and Flowers ~ Julie Bolding provides unique varieties of tomato plants in the spring and lettuces and other greens in the early summer.

Nancy’s Nest ~ Nancy joined us at the Fort Pierre Bicentennial Farmers’ Market this year and will attend some Saturday markets this fall. She brings organic baked goods and farm fresh eggs.

Venner Farm ~ Denise has been with us since 2010. She brings organic wheat berries, ground whole wheat, organic blue corn, blue corn flour, organic golden flax seed, a variety of quick breads and desserts, some for special diets, and an array of fresh vegetables.


If you’re interested in becoming a vendor, please email Lindy ( or contact Julie Bolding at 224.4348 or, for a vendor application.


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