November Extension Spotlight : The Market by Dragonfly Farms

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The Market by Dragonfly Farms officially came to be in October 2020 as an extension of Dragonfly Farms LLC, a small goat and chicken farm in Pfafftown, NC. With the farmer’s markets closing down for the season and the uncertainty of what events would and would not happen, owners Christina and Chris Brunner decided to take a chance on a new adventure for their farm. The Brunner’s decided that a farm-to-table style market would not only get their products into the hands of local consumers, but they could also work with other small farms and businesses in the area to stock the shelves with all things local! From coffee to vegetables and everything in between, you can find it at The Market by Dragonfly. New items are always making their way into the market; you never know what you are going to find!

Grocery bagsWoman in front of shelvesItems on counterGoat and soap

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Bryan Hartman, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionBryan HartmanExtension Agent, Agriculture and Natural Resources Call Bryan Email Bryan N.C. Cooperative Extension, Stokes County Center
Updated on Nov 19, 2021
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