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Tractor Supply hosts nationwide farmers market Oct. 1

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On Saturday, Oct. 1, Tractor Supply will be hosting a nationwide farmers market to showcase the talent and products of local farmers, growers, craft makers, artisans, and other producers within the community. 

The free event will be hosted outside of all 2,000+ Tractor Supply stores across the United States, featuring vendors who sell a variety of goods such as fresh fruit and vegetables, arts and crafts, accessories, specialty food and drink, and more.

Many of the vendors look forward to this event and return year after year. This is the third year Andrea Nixon from Best Friends Farms will be at the Tractor Supply store in Pahrump, Nevada, selling fresh vegetables, plants, and local hemp products. She also likes to offer sound advice to her neighbors looking to start a garden.

“I really love this event because I get to meet lots of great people,” Nixon said. “I enjoy being able to help them with growing tips because gardening in the desert is tough.”

For Jennifer Ewald, the Tractor Supply Farmers Market gives her an opportunity to share the good works of The Farmette donkey rescue in Pipersville, Pennsylvania. This year The Farmette will be selling homemade wreaths, jewelry, and other items featuring donkeys to raise money and awareness for the non-profit rescue.

“I enjoy seeing all of the other vendors and talking with all those who come out from the community,” said Ewald.

“The Tractor Supply Farmers Market event provides a platform for growing family farms and makers and gives the community an opportunity to showcase their skills and creativity,” said Kimberley Gardiner, Chief Marketing Officer of Tractor Supply. “We take pride in the communities that we serve and look forward to giving our customers the space to enjoy the hard work of their neighbors with their friends, families and neighbors.”

The Farmers Market event at Tractor Supply will offer a wide range of vendors whose specialty ranges from plants and herbs to soaps and candles. 

Although registration for vendors is closed, customers can reach out to their local store for additional information regarding vendors and activities.

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