Our vendors are what make us who we are so we want to thank them all for their hard work and effort to create a great farmers market! Get to know our 2014 Vendors:

 * Vendors will be updated for the 2015 season once they sign up for the upcoming season.

Beagle Ridge Herb Farm

Beagle Ridge brings us herb plants, dried herbs, sachets, lotions, bug sprays, and an assortment of wonderful smelling goodies!



Blue Spring Run Farm

Blue Spring Run Farm provides us with a vast variety of homemade baked goods, products and produce. Freshly ground wheat is used for their delicious 100% whole wheat bread. They also offer a variety of baked desserts, jams, fruit syrups and other goodies. Goat milk and honey lotion in a wide variety of scents, whipped shea body butter, face cream with white tea extract, a variety of soaps and many more beauty products are offered by Blue Spring Run Farm. They also provide many lavender products, fresh flowers, and much more.

Shannon Gordon not only helps with the products provided by Blue Spring Run Farm, but she also makes wonderful handmade jewelry. From beautifully crafted earrings, necklaces, and bracelets made out of beads to parachute cord bracelets and duct tape earrings, Shannon is able to provide jewelry that will satisfy a variety of preferences.



Brinkley Hill Farm - Edgar Brinkley

Edgar Brinkley lives on land that has been in his family for nearly 100 years.  Mr. Brinkley is a retired Highway Construction Worker.  Since he retired 19 years ago, he has devoted his time to growing produce for his family, local stores, friends, neighbors and for the past 6 years the Bath County Farmers Market.  As one of the original vendors from the very first year, Mr. Brinkley and his grandson Zach have brought delicious produce to Market including new potatoes, green beans, lettuce, cabbage, onions, peppers, tomatoes, pumpkins and more!  Mr. Brinkley has been married 53 years and has 6 children, 12 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren.  He is an active member of the Woodland Union Church.


Bruce's Syrup and Candies

Bruce Folks and daughter, Bryanna, offer maple syrup and maple products from the mountains of beautiful Highland County.  Starting in late January they tap 1700 Maple trees with 2500 taps, using over 20 miles of tubing.  They also bring seasonal vegetables, fruits and flowers straight from their garden in McGayhesville, VA. 

They are VDACS inspected to bring you the best baked breads, cakes, cookies, brownies, pumpkin rolls and their signature item "Chess Bars".  Bryanna also offers lemonade and sno-cones!   

Bruce is unable to join us at this time but we hope he will be ableto return soon.



Diamond Triple C Ranch - Alpaca-wool sweaters, socks, & gift items      

Diamond Triple C Ranch at Echo Valley is 80 acres of agricultural paradise!  Using the restored Victorian home and its period outbuildings as a base, the owners constructed a state of the art barn facility just for the alpacas!  They have a unique farm store which Vanessa brings to the Market each weekend featuring exotic and specialty yarns, sweaters, socks, and other items made from yarn from the fiber of the Diamond Triple C alpacas!  Children especially love to see the baby alpacas that are at the Market each weekend, weather permitting!



Foodie, LLC - Cathy Snyder

Bath County native, Cathy Snyder, brings to market a feast for the senses including seasonal heirloom produce and herbs and flowers that have been naturally raised in her Warm Springs Mountain gardens, an assortment of sweet and savory baked goods, lavender bath scrubs, and seasonal floral arrangements and wreaths.


Hardwood Designs  - Jim and Mary Lindsay 

Jim Lindsay is a wonderful woodworker handcrafting items of domestic and exotic hardwoods. He brings a selection of items to the Market each week - kitchen paddles, spatulas, cutting boards, rolling pins and more!  He also builds custom blue bird houses.


Harmany Farms - local honey

Bill Harman brings his raw honey to the Market in several sizes - 6 oz. 40 oz and 44 oz.  New this season - Bill has brought some honeycomb and just a few 44 oz. jars of honey with the comb.  We have had many requests for honeycomb - stop by and pick up yours before its gone!

Local honey is said to help with allergies.  If you suffer from seasonal allergies - why not give it a try!


Mountain Memories - Rolf Brunner


Past to Present Woodcrafts - Walter Davis

Walter Davis has lived in Bath County for six years but has been visiting for over 20 as his wife Myrna was raised here. He serves as a Pastor of a family outreach ministry.Walter loves to work with old wood and brings us decorative birdhouses and furniture made from reclaimed barn wood.  He feels if he makes something and it makes someone happy, he has done what's been asked of him.  Visit Walter on Facebook!



Pillow Farm

We are a small family farm in Hot Springs, Virginia. We are producers of grass-fed beef, pastured pork, free-range chickens and vegetables. We do not use any pesticides, chemicals, hormones or antibiotics. 


Riven Rock Farm  - Chuck and Lou Ann Neely

The Neely's will be bringing their 100% grass raised Heritage Galloway Beef and 100% grass raised Katahdin Lamb to the Market this season!  In addition, they will have farm fresh eggs from their free-range chickens.  NEW FOR 2014 - they will be adding pork products from their pastured Gloucestershire Old Spot pigs!  To learn more about Riven Rock Farm, visit their website!

Riven Rock Farm will be back JULY 5th with Beef and Pork!



Southernmost Maple & Puff's BBQ - delicious BBQ every Saturday

Mike Puffenbarger and his family offer their famous Puff's BBQ each week including pulled pork, ribs, brisket and chickens in addition to country ham and sausage biscuits, hot dogs, drinks, and sides including French Fries!  Ice cream and Milkshakes too.  Select Saturdays - you may even find Maple Donuts! 

They also bring a selection of maple syrup and products, BBQ sauces, garden vegetables and plants, fresh baked breads and pies.



Up on the Hill Farm -  John and Deborah Garrison

Up-On-The-Hill Farm is the legacy of generations of the family’s farmers in the Natural Well area of Alleghany County. Nestled on the top of a ridge, and surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, this Certified Naturally Grown farm is a prime example of minimal impact farming.

In addition to a wide selection of edible herbs and produce grown to organic standards, customers can purchase beef jerky, peanut brittle, roasted nuts and cured pork loins, all hand-made in the farm's Commonwealth of Virginia inspected kitchen. Non-food items include hand-decorated candles and handmade soaps made with organic essential oils right on the farm.



Windias Farm

Lorraine has enjoyed gardening all her life. Her first garden was a community garden plot during her college years. This was good eating for a poor college student; a great supplement to ramen and hot dogs. In Virginia, an overabundance of pumpkins and later on other vegetables, led Lorraine to become a vendor at the Bath County Farmers’ Market. She enjoys sharing her healthy produce, telling people about veggies that are new and unique, and the camaraderie of the market. Lorraine is very happily married, and has a daughter in Alaska, a son in Seattle, and a step-daughter and step-son in Bath County.