Sunday is Market Day and we’re so excited to have smallholding expert and chook guru Paul Healy joining us for our first ever Livestock Market.
Paul is passionate about raising Barnevelder chooks, and regularly speaks on ABC local radio, providing advice to callers about raising and caring for chooks and farm animals. Paul will bring some of his Barnevelder and Huon Blue chooks, as well as some of his specially designed chook runs, and he will also give a talk at 11am, entitled “”Breeding the Blue: The Story of Tasmania’s First Farm and Family Open Forage Flock, Dual Purpose Fowl Bred For Bush Blocks, Food Forests and The Sustainable Food Garden”.
This month we’re pleased to welcome two new stallholders;
Daosiri Priest who will be selling authentic Thai curries, using veggies grown in her own backyard. free range meat and locally sourced produce
Tracey Goldsmith will be bringing beautiful spring flowers, grown in her garden at Murdunna (as seen in her lovely photo above).
We’ll also have live music from Pat Curley, Kelsie Hibberd and the popular 4 String Phil so you can kick back and relax with a coffee, cider or ginger beer and pick up all your locally grown treats for the week.
Read on for our Novemeber Stallholder list:
FRESH FRUIT, VEGETABLES, NUTS AND PRODUCE
PLANTS, SEEDS, FLOWERS, GARDEN AND FARM PRODUCTS
Frog Hollow Nursery
Mulberry Oak Plants
Annie and Doug’s bagged cow manure
Hattie’s hay bales – spoilt hay for gardens and composting
Figilicious – fig trees grown in Bellerive
Tracey Goldsmith – cottage flowers
MEAT POULTRY AND FISH
Jo and Jono’s Octopus
BREAD, CAKES AND CONFECTIONARY
JAMS, OILS, CONDIMENTS, SAUCES
Burnside Olive Oil
READY TO EAT AND PRE-PREPARED FOOD
Dunalley Primary School Parents and Friends
Dasori Priest – authentic Thai curries
Jo and Jono’s locally caught BBQ octopus
Nana’s Farm – natural remedies
As always, we are always interested in hearing from new stallholders, so please fill out an EOI form if you’d like to join us, or pass our information on to your friends.
Photo credit: Tracey Goldsmith.