Abbeville to get its very own Farmers...

Abbeville to get its very own Farmers Market

There are 9 comments on the Abbeville Meridional story from Sep 17, 2010, titled Abbeville to get its very own Farmers Market. In it, Abbeville Meridional reports that:

Starting on Oct. 23, Abbeville will have its very own Open-Air Farmers Market, providing locals and tourists with a real taste of Abbeville.

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Darlene

Lafayette, LA

#1 Sep 17, 2010
Where will it be located?
Two Dat

Lydia, LA

#2 Sep 17, 2010
da square
Darlene

Lafayette, LA

#3 Sep 17, 2010
Two Dat wrote:
da square
thank you
Reporter

Abbeville, LA

#4 Sep 17, 2010
Darlene wrote:
Where will it be located?
there is one at the end of October. I know someone who will be selling a lot of fruit from his trees.
horse

Abbeville, LA

#5 Sep 17, 2010
this sounds all good but we heard that there will be no horses this year in the cattle festival. the city must have a good reason, saw a fool last year standing on top of a horse, that just crazy.
hope they sell leather goods at the market also.
good suffer

Rayne, LA

#6 Sep 17, 2010
horse wrote:
this sounds all good but we heard that there will be no horses this year in the cattle festival. the city must have a good reason, saw a fool last year standing on top of a horse, that just crazy.
hope they sell leather goods at the market also.
Always the good suffering for the bad. Make that one idiot stay out of the parade.
tifi

Liberal, KS

#7 Sep 17, 2010
I know the Farmers Market in Kaplan has a few crafters selling their goods. With Christmas soon approaching it would be a good time to start having the Market. Also, oranges are a good sell along with the usual garden vegetables and fruits. Enough to can and save for a while, anyway.
Reporter

Abbeville, LA

#8 Sep 17, 2010
tifi wrote:
I know the Farmers Market in Kaplan has a few crafters selling their goods. With Christmas soon approaching it would be a good time to start having the Market. Also, oranges are a good sell along with the usual garden vegetables and fruits. Enough to can and save for a while, anyway.
Channel 10 is predicting a major hurricane in the gulf at the end of the month. No one will have produce if it blows down all the trees. Lily tore up my entire garden and Rita dumped salt water killing my new trees then came Ike and the same happened again. Last winter the cold killed my stuff. I have replanted. Let us pray.
tifi

Liberal, KS

#9 Sep 17, 2010
I lost 3 beautiful orange trees for Rita, replanted and lost them for Ike. I now rely solely on the benefits of a gardener with a huge green thumb and a way to sell their produce without taking me to the bank like the grocery stores do. Good luck with the replanting. I don't know what to say about that major hurricane at the end of the month except I hope the weather guys and their hurricane models are wrong. I want to buy fresh produce. Better in the pockets of a hard working gardener than the store.

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