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Kentucky Farm Bureau launched the Certified Farm Market program in 1996 to help farmers market their fruits and vegetables directly to consumers across the Commonwealth. The program is a voluntary program that supports farm market operations that are committed to providing customers with locally grown, quality products, and service. Participating markets adhere to program requirements set forth by Kentucky Farm Bureau and have developed a reputation for meeting the highest standards of quality, freshness, and market appeal.








To be eligible for membership, markets must:

•    Be a current Kentucky Farm Bureau member
•    Have a permanent structure (independent of living quarters)
•    Offer quality products at fair market prices
•    Have a clean market and safe environment

•    Display the Certified Farm Market sign and other promotional materials 
•    Be farm-oriented with locally grown products and/or agritourism activities
•    Sell a majority of items that are grown, produced or raised by the owner





Early discount enrollment fee
(by November 20, 2020)

General enrollment fee
(after November 20, 2020)





For more information regarding the 2021 Kentucky Farm Bureau Certified Farm Market Program, please contact:

Fran McCall

Commodity Specialist, Certified Farm Market Coordinator


(502) 495-5000 ext. 7238