Ranchers/Animal Product Vendors

Applications for the 2017 summer Downtown Farmers Market open February 6th and close April 3rd.

Apply for Booth at Downown Farmers Market

Information for Ranchers/Animal Product Vendors

Meat

The vendor must raise the animals to be considered in this category. DFM looks for natural, grass-fed, or organic meat products. Retail sales of meat fit the mixed product category and require a Department of Agriculture certificate before selling at the Market.

Honey

Honey vendors must be involved in all aspects of beekeeping. Bottled honey requires a Department of Agriculture certificate before it may be sold at the Market.

Eggs

Eggs can be sold at the Market without a Department of Agriculture certificate. However, temperatures must be controlled (45 degrees or lower) or product will be removed. The vendor category will be determined based on other products sold at the booth.

Dairy

The vendor must raise the animals that produce the milk used for their dairy products to be considered in this category. Dairy requires a Department of Agriculture certificate before it may be sold at the Market.

2017 Saturday Market Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $35
Full season, reserved space: $450 for one 10' x 10' booth

2017 Tuesday Market Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $15
Full season: $150 for one 10' x 10' booth

2017/2018 Winter Market Fees

Application Fee (non-refundable): $35
Farmer/Grower for full season, reserved space: $250 for one booth

Late applications will not be accepted.

Helpful Links

Utah's Own
Utah Department of Agriculture and Food
Salt Lake County Health Department
Utah Department of Agiculture and Food Outdoor Market Requirements