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2020 Farmers Market Season

Our Farmers Market has decided to open early for the 2020 season.  The market officially opened on Saturday, April 4, to allow farmers to start selling whatever locally grown foods they have ready. 

Market hours are 9 AM to 1:30 PM, or while supplies last.  The vendors will set up based on their product availability.  Product availability is posted on Saturday mornings on the Farmer's Market's Facebook page

Please see our events pages here and on our Facebook page for Laurel County Extension Events held at the London Laurel Farmers Market throughout the season.

The market is located at the corner of Main and Dixie Streets in London.

If you have any questions, please call the Laurel County Extension Office at 864-4167.


Farmers Market Feast 2019

The London - Laurel County Farmer's Market sponsored its third annual Farmers Market Feast to benefit God's Pantry Food Bank on August 29, 2019. Local farmers donated fresh locally grown vegetables which were prepared "trash can boil" style by the Laurel County Cattlemen. $4500 in proceeds went toward God's Pantry Food Bank to provide food for hungry folks across Kentucky.


Kenneth Massey

Kenneth Massey -- Winner Adult Division - 690 lbs



Makayla Massey

Makayla Massey -- Winner 4-H Senior Division -- 11 lbs


Keira Stivers

Keira Stivers -- Winner 4-H Junior -- 56.3 lbs


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The London-Laurel County Farmer's Market is located at the corner of Main Street and Dixie Street in downtown London. Regular market season begins on the first Saturday of May and continues every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning through the end of October.

All produce sold at the market is locally grown and the selection will depend on the season. For a quick reference guide to seasonal vegetables, the Kentucky Department of Agriculture has developed a Kentucky Proud Produce Availablility chart.

Serve your family the freshest seasonal fruits and vegetables grown by our neighbors right here in Laurel County. Purchases made from the market support our local producers and assure the customers quality, locally grown items at a reasonable price.


Produce Best Practices

(Formerly called Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) Resources)


What is the Produce Best Practices Program and how does it work?

Product specific publications - production and handling of: