Tuesdays provide fresh and local produce from 4pm at the Wolfforth Farm Fresh Market and feature farms from around the area like Revolution Farms and their tomatoes.
At this time of year, many of the most favorite varieties of area produce begin trickling into the area markets, like tomato, squash, cucumber and more.
Quentin Clendenon of Crosbyton’s Revolution Farms specializes in tomatoes and brings anywhere from 200 to 500 pounds of his Crimson beauties to Wolfforth to share with area customers on Tuesdays.
“If you taste the difference between local fresh picked tomatoes and the ones you get from the grocery store, there’s just no comparison,” Clendenon says with a glint in his eye.
He’s one of between 10 and 15 area food producers that participate in the Farm Fresh Market hosted by the West Texas Growers and Producers Association.
Vendors bring everything from produce like Clendenon’s tomatoes, fresh harvested lettuce, kale, squash and more to baked goods like breads and confections and also meats and cheeses. There is also a goat’s milk producer from Tulia that brings fresh milk each week.
The Wolfforth Farm Fresh Market runs 4pm-7pm throughout the summer and early fall on Tuesdays and is located on the triangle at the corner of Main Street and Dowden Road (FM 179)
Vendors are still being accepted and the market is open to the public.
Contact the West Texas Growers and Producers for more information (806)239-5155.