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Elkhorn Botanicals

Elkhorn Botanicals sells annual and perennial bedding plants, heirloom vegetable plants and culinary herbs.   

Cedar Ring Greens

Our farm is located on Old Owenton Road about five miles from downtown Frankfort.  We are in our eighth season of selling at the Franklin County Farmers Market, and our third season living and farming on our own land.  As Ella, our daughter,  might tell you, we share our farm with a cat, a dog, 12 chickens, lots of bees, beetles, caterpillars, spiders, earthworms and lots of other soil life, birds, mice, an increasing number of native trees and plants, more bindweed than we wish, and raccoons, possums, deer, and blue herons who pass through.

At Cedar Ring Greens, we focus on growing

Happy Jack's Pumpkin Farm

Since 1996, Richard and Lee Ann Jones and their sons David and Adam, have grown vegetables and raised goats, cows and a few exotic animals on their Frankfort farm.  Their farm is located on Hickman Hill Road east of town along the Elkhorn Creek.

They grow an amazing variety of fresh vegetables--including pumpkins--and sell at several markets and at the farm.  

Wagonloads of Family Fun!!  Happy Jack's Pumpkin Farm is located at 966 Hickman Hill Road in Frankfort.

Brown's Beer Cheese

Brown's Tastee Beer Cheese is made in Woodford County at a certified kitchen using a blend of several cheeses, spices and BEER.  It is stored and distributed from our farm in Anderson County. 

Anna's EsSCENTials

Owen County is home to Sharon Lombardo, the creator behind Anna's EsSCENTials Bodycare, and a fixture at our Saturday markets for over a decade. Known in this area as “The Soap Lady” or “The Soap Doctor,” Sharon’s handmade soap studio produces made-from-scratch herbal, olive oil soaps and bodycare products.  She began making soaps over a decade ago with a goal of providing excellent, health-giving, affordable products to her customers. Many of her products compare with much higher-priced commercial items.

Sharon draws inspiration from the abundance of nature in Kentucky.

Quarles Farm

The Quarles Farm is situated in western Franklin and eastern Shelby Counties and comprises approximately 400 acres.  Most of this land is grazing acreage for approximately 150 cow/calf pairs and most recently a flock of 15 Katahdin sheep. 

We sell beef and lamb as well as vegetables.  We sell a large variety of value-added products including almost 20 varieties of breads and cakes as well as salsas, relishes, pickles, chutneys, jams and jellies. 

Some of our new products this fall will be spiced caramel pear jam, raspberry pear jam and pineapple pear jam.