• Submitted by Kentucky Farm Bureau

Woodford County home to two 2021 Certified Farm Markets

Eckert’s Orchard and Millville Community Market of Woodford County is

one of the 108 markets across the Commonwealth accepted into the 2021

Kentucky Farm Bureau (KFB) Certified Farm Market Program.

In joining the KFB Certified Farm Market Program, these markets have

committed to offering quality products and service to their customers.

Acceptance by Farm Bureau tells customers that this market meets the

highest standards of quality, freshness, and marketing appeal.

Eckert’s Orchard sells a variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables from

early May through the end of October at its location on Pinckard Pike

off KY-33 in Versailles. Their Country Store offers a selection of

delicious homemade bakery items, including their famous apple cider

donuts, local jams, salsas, and honey as well as gift items and kitchen

gadgets. When available, the store will offer fresh homegrown items

seasonally including strawberries, blackberries, peaches, apples and

pumpkins. Eckert’s is committed to ensuring the safety and health of

you, their team and community. For more information, visit

https://www.eckerts.com/versailles [eckerts.com], call (859) 873-3097,

email eckert-versailles@eckerts.com, and follow them on Facebook.

Millville Community Market is located between Woodford Reserve

Distillery and Castle & Key Distillery in the historic building of the

former Millville Elementary School. Their market features seasonal

produce, local meats and honey, as well as value-added products. They

are an old-fashioned small community market created to promote local

farmers. For more information on Millville Community Market visit them

on Facebook or call 859-873-9772.

Markets certified through this program are identified by the KFB

Certified Farm Market logo and listed in our online directory. The

program also provides collective advertising, promotional items,

educational tour opportunities, and other marketing benefits with the

intent to increase the net farm income of member markets.

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