Welcome to the Fayetteville Farmers’ Market.

Order Online SUNDAY evening 6 pm until WEDNESDAY morning 6am.

NOTE: Growers often add products after orders open and on several days during the online ordering period. So it is worth checking back, especially for availability of vegetables.

Pickup is THURSDAY in the outdoor parking lot at the south end of the new part of the Fayetteville Public Library.

THURSDAY pickup starts at 4:30 pm and closes at 6:00pm

How it works!
Place and pay for your online orders in advance and then pick up on THURSDAY from 4:30pm-6:00 pm at the outdoor parking lot at south end of the new part of the Fayetteville Public Library.

All prices are listed for products based on the farmers price. At check out you will have a total of 8% convenience fee (3% market surcharge & 5% credit card convenience fee). This fee covers the additional handling charges and fees assessed to the market. We have found this to be the most cost effective option to bring you this online convenience and ask for your understanding. Create an account and pay online with credit or debit card to order. NOTE: At checkout there is an option for Pay at Pickup but this is ONLY for SNAP customers.

SNAP: If you are a SNAP customer please note in the comment field SNAP customer. Bring your card to pickup and we will swipe it on our machine and we will do the match at pickup also.

Welcome, guest! Feel free to browse, but you must have an account before you can place an order. Would you like to log yourself in? Or would you prefer to create an account?

Nuts

Search entire market by all or part of product name:
 
Chestnut
American Chestnut
Grower: Rutherford Farm (Certified Naturally Grown)
Price: $10.00 ( 1 lb )
Available (Exact): 20

From the former homestead of late Carl Totemeier these chestnuts are believed to have originated from the Rockefeller Estate in ... more
Buckeye
Buckeye
Grower: Rutherford Farm (Certified Naturally Grown)
Price: $1.00 ( each )
Available (Exact): 20

Toxic if consumed, not edible. Buckeyes are known throughout the Ozarks as good luck charms. They work best if carried ... more