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We have been here a few times over the years, it is nice to see actual farmers sell their products, but watch out for the stuff bought from warehouses, it does pay to look around and compare quality and price and look at who is...More
Looking for farm fresh Vegies & fruit go and stock up at this market and in August seems to be the best month of the year for local grown products.
We we here last year and not impressed as a lot of product was not...More
It's true the core of this fascinating place is technically a livestock auction barn, but that's a sideline to the enormous farm market (and flea market) spread out over surrounding fields. It's only open Tuesdays, and the earlier you get there, the better your visit...More
So many vendors. Don't like the tomatoes at one spot, walk 15 feet to find more. Lots of selections. Fresh fruit and vegetables. Did like signs that stated where food was from. Lots of other places for leather, clothing, glasses and flea market stuff. Quite...More
Went to the Keady Livestock Market Tuesday Sept 26th and
Was disappointed that there was too much junk there for
Sale and not enough local farm produce there some
Vendors are getting their stuff from the ontario food
Terminal in Toronto, not local stuff.
The Keady Market used to be something spectacular for the locals, a true 100 mile market. It has morphed into a tourist trap, with dozens of vendors peddling their crappy sunglasses and cheap clothing. The prices used to be reasonable, but because of the huge...More
This market has it all! Farmers market is in the heart of Amish country near Owen Sound, Ontario. Fresh produce and baked goods,manufactured items, antiques and flea market...not just an animal auction. Every Tuesday morning early. Don't forget the kettle corn!
As a child it was always fun to go to Keady Livestock Auction with my dad during the summer on Tuesdays each week. Not much farm work on Tuesdays. At that time there was only the auction of animals and no market. I would stick...More