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Find Us at Local Farmers Markets in North Royalton, Hinckley, Twinsburg, Parma and Strongsville Ohio For the Best Local Farm Fresh Foods

Cossel Farms attends various local farm markets throughout Cleveland area cities during the summer. Each city has its own dates and hours of operation. We generally attend the city markets from July til early September. You can find us in Strongsville, Seven Hills and Twinsburg on Thursday afternoons, and every Saturday morning in Medina and Sterns farm in Parma. We basically haul a little bit of everything to these markets. Popular foods like Ohio sweet corn & tomatoes are in high demand every week. The past few years we've picked sweet corn until almost the end of October, which is great if you're having a clam bake!  In the fall, we have great prices on pumpkins, corn stalks and Indian corn. We do not haul mulch, topsoil or firewood to these city markets. We'd be happy to sell and deliver you these bulk materials if you call us.

We participate in the Ohio Senior Farmers' Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP). "This project has been funded at least in part with federal funds from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the support of the Ohio Department of Aging (ODA) and the Western Reserve Area Agency on Aging (AAA)." We also participate in the WIC program sponsored by the Ohio Dept of Health. We are an "equal opportunity provider" of these programs. We are available to attend these sponsored events by bringing a mobile farm market to your site, or you can visit us at one of the farm markets we attend. Any participating vendor in these programs has a sign displayed.

This is a typical picture showing various local farmers on a city green.

One thing about working outside for a living is learning to appreciate all the other living things that share the space with you! I wish this was a honeybee nest, because for whatever reason, they've been dying off across the country for the last 7 or 8 yrs during the winter. No bees = no veggies !