Steve Cline is the president of the Thomasville's Farmers Market Asscoiation. Along with being the longest running vendor of the market. They are a small family owned business that began in 1987. They currently grow annuals, perennials, shrubs and herbs. Steve Cline also does lawn maintenance and landscaping.
Mary Caroline Cridlebaugh is a veteran vendor at the Thomasville Farmers Market. Together with Joan Wright of Flower House Farm, they have been the heart and soul of Thomasville's market.
Flower House Farm
Joan Wright (Left) and Mary J Cridlebaugh (Right) are the Flower Ladies. They are the heart and soul of Thomasville Farmers Market. They have been vendors with the market since the beginning and advocate for access to fresh food for everyone. You can find them every Saturday and Tuesday at the market.
Sink Family Farm
Sink Family Farm has been also a core veteran vendor for the Thomasville Farmers Market representing Davidson County. Look for delicious southern tomatoes, okra, cucumber and squash and fresh farm eggs.
Silver Valley Farmers
Meet Robbie and Jeannie Harrison of Silver Valley Farmers, one of our newer family farms. They offer a great selection of heirloom tomatoes, corn and squash. During blackberry season, try their juicy thornless blackberries. They also sell Wednesdays at Lexington Farmers Market.
Clodfelter Family Farm
Clodfelter Family Farm is located in Wallburg. In 2011, their "Super Steak" tomato won the tomato taste test contest. This year, it looks like they've got a bumper German Johnson crop.
Hunter Miller (with Allison is still our youngest farmer at the market), but he is no rookie to farming. He has been a vendor since 2014 at only 15 years old. The produce that he grows has diversified, and he still turns out a mean tomato.
Fresh Aire Farms
Justin Smith is one of our newer vendors offering pasture-raised chicken, beef and kune-kune pork.
BEEF He raises Irish Dexter cattle, which are a heritage breed that is smaller than many other breeds of cattle. His beef is raised on pasture with hay from his fields. He also uses Sunrise Farms NON-GMO feed as a special treat for the cattle.
CHICKEN He raises Freedom Rangers on pasture each spring, summer and fall. The birds are raised on the NON-GMO feed from day one. They are never fed antibiotics or given hormones or steroids.
PORK Fresh Aire Farms raises Kune Kune pigs originally from New Zealand. They are an amazing variety of swine capable of grazing and growing almost exclusively on grass without rooting or destroying the pasture. The pigs also receive the Sunrise Farms Feed.
Field & Forage Bakehouse
Chef Steve Hollingsworth takes the time to churn his own butter, seek seasonal fruits and local meats and lovingly adds those flavors to his delicate pastries. He offers both sweet and savory pastries.
His products are also available at Thomasville’s The Coffee Depot.
Kanoy Farm is located just outside of the city limits of Thomasville. The Kanoys have lived in Davidson County since the 1870s. Currently they sell fresh blueberries and dried herbal teas. They also raise egg laying hens and meat rabbits. Watch for muscadines in early September.