Come see these vendors at The ALMH Market in Lincoln!
Altman Family Farms
New to the Market this season, Altman Family Farms is excited to bring quality meat and eggs to the community. Located in Lincoln, Illinois the farm was inspired by a personal desire to feed their family with meats that were naturally and humanely raised. Now they are able to provide those products to their friends and neighbors at The Market. They feature pork, turkey, chicken and lamb. Stop by and see what they have to offer!
Offering high quality and unique prepared foods on site using farmers market produce. Your nose will find them as soon as you walk into the Expo Building. This year, The Market is offering additional seating for the many guests who like to have a Bean Sprouts breakfast before or after their Market shopping.
By the Bean
With a brick-and-mortar café in downtown Lincoln, By the Bean takes their show on the road and provides fresh coffees and teas at the Bean Sprouts booth.
Crump Family Farms
Stop by for a wide variety of produce grown on a 21 acre garden and greenhouses allowing for extended growing season located in Carlock, Illinois. Bryan Crump is often on-site with his family members to answer questions about their products.
Ioerger Family Farms
Located in Minonk, Illinois Ieorger Farms offers produce raised on 15 acres of farm including greenhouses for off season production. Also offering beautiful flowers, meats and baked goods. Stop by to meet Lowell Ioerger and his family.
Mams Salves & Sundries
You'll be sure to find a scent your style or to fit your needs at this booth featuring a variety of items including lotion, bath treats and oils. All items are handmade in Lincoln, Illinois by owner Sylvia Klokkenga.
New to The Market this year, Susan Gillen of Lincoln will be on site and ready to offer a variety of homemade breads for all tastes.
Nuthatch Hill BBQ Co.
Just look for the pig! It’s easy to find Nuthatch Hill at The ALMH Market featuring a lifesize pig at their booth. But more importantly, you can find award winning BBQ made with their original sauces and rubs/seasonings. Stop by for easy to prepare at home full cooked, frozen pulled pork, pulled chicken, brisket, and more. The booth also features pork rinds, produce and more. Stop by and say hi to Brad and Jennifer Luckhart from Lincoln, Illinois.
Odelehr's Roadside Market
The variety at this booth is amazing featuring home-grown fruits and vegetables. Popular at The ALMH Market for their peaches and blueberries, Odeleher’s is from Brussels, Illinois. They have been producing quality since 1976. Stop by for fruits, veggies, and much more!
From Atlanta, Illinois PrairiErth Farm is a 300 acre USDA Certified Organic family farm. Their diverse selection of vegetables, garden plants, fruit, cows, heritage breed pigs, chickens for eggs, and grains are sure to help you complete your shopping list! The Bishop Family has been farming for about 30 years and have a goal to play a part in limiting their ecological footprint by caring for the earth, not just for themselves, but for future generations as well. They believe that organic is more than a practice but a way to influence a healthy life in our community and to provide a sustainable way of producing food.
Roasted by Ethan
Stop by to meet Ethan from Lincoln, Illinois and have a sample of his amazing brews. With a mission to elevate the community and quality surrounding fresh roasted coffee, Ethan makes small batches of home roasted coffees sold by the cup and as roasted beans for home brewing. Let the aroma help you decide which brew is right for you.
Bringing her Samsational Sweets to The ALMH Market, Samantha Danosky of Lincoln brings a variety of baked goods. Stop by her booth for a wide variety of cookies, cupcakes, breads, rolls and much more. Your sweet tooth will like it here.
Witzig Organic Farms
Witzigs are dedicated to GMO free grains and meats. Located in Gridley, Illinois, they will be offering beef and pork products from their Purebred Red Angus Cattle, American Red Devon Cattle and Registered Purebred Yorkshire Hogs. Their beef is 100% grass fed, grazed and fnished on organic forages, antibiotic free, no growth hormones and no grains. Their pigs are also antiobiotic-free, fed all vegetarian diets including non-GMO corn and no growth hormones/steroids. They endeavor to manage and operate their farm with responsible and sustainable practices and to promote healthy living.
The booth of Baker and Market Manager, Nicole Cox, offers market goers gourmet cupcakes piled high with frosting and cookies that are crafted with patience and attention to detail. Don’t miss this sweet stop at The Market.
And keep an eye out for new vendors throughout the season.
NOTE: Keep an eye out for our “Local Roots” booth. Local vendors who may not meet our producer-only criteria but have a connection to Logan County have an opportunity to feature their products throughout the market season. Contact the Market Manager for details by calling 217-605-5701.
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