Bay Branch Farm

a vegetable farm in lakewood and cleveland, oh | we grow food

First Farmers Market … Success!


We totally sold out of all our produce this Saturday at the Lakewood Farmers Market. There are so many people to thank for making this market come together. Thanks to the market organizers, our helpful friends, and all the wonderful customers who stopped by. We were pretty nervous about our first market day, but all and all it was a raging success. Here are some pictures of the day.

Annabel ready for customers

Two humble farmers

A very colorful table of produce

Big basket of radishes

Scarlet Nantes Carrots and they taste even better than they look

Detroit Red beets (from our lovely neighbor) and some Touchstond Gold beets

Giant swiss chard also from our neighbor

Great looking green onions

Empty farm stand after 3 hours


6 thoughts on “First Farmers Market … Success!

  1. Awesome!
    My parents loved the radishes, carrots and onions especially! Thank you for growing great food!


  2. Congratulations! It looks awesome! We thought of you guys on Sat – how was the market crowd? Great to hear it was a success, although we knew it would be. 🙂

    • Thanks Virginia! The traffic was decent, given it was the first market. Hoping it gains momentum as the season progresses. It was a lot of fun! Hope your market is going well too.

  3. Well, I can see why you sold all your veggies- they look amazing! Way to show the bounty and nice presentation! Congrats and here’s to many more great farmer’s market days!

    • Hi Sonia,

      Thanks for the comment! We learned some great presentation tips during class and from others in the class. Come by this weekend if you can! Hope all is going well with you!

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