Becker Farmers Market

2022 - MAY 20th to OCTOBER 14th

The Becker Farmers' Market is open annually beginning the 3rd Friday in May through the 2nd Friday in October from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Becker Furniture World parking lot. Experience fresh flavors, homemade goods, enjoy community interaction and support our local vendors at the market! Vendors will be listed below as they register. Past markets have included fresh produce and eggs, plants, homemade goods and crafts, wooden signs, wild rice, honey, cookies, bread, jams, jellies and salsa, dog treats, homemade lotions and personal care items and so much more! For more information or to register as a vendor stop by Becker City Hall - 12060 Sherburne Avenue or call 763-200-4239.


Becker Farmers Market Vendor Application

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Helpful Links for Farmers' Market Vendors:


Minnesota Grown

Minnesota Department of Agriculture

Cottage Food Law

2022 Vendor Line Up:


Norm’s Farm Market
Norm’s Farm Market has been growing and selling vegetables for over 50 years. We grow and cared for our crops using best management practices. We are a century farm and our employees are family members. We care about the products we grow and sell and are best known for Norm’s sweetcorn.

The Kettle Shack LLC
We have a family run business, that produces fresh kettle corn on site. Kettle corn is our main product. We also offer shaved ice, lemonade, bottled water, hot chocolate, coffee to enjoy with our kettle corn. Beverages vary with weather. 

The Hope and Healing Store
Hand-crafted all natureal body care products!

Microgreen Grove
Microgreens! The early stage of plants such as broccoli and sunflowers we harvest after about a week so they can be used as a leafy green. We also sell other vegtables like tomatoes and eggplant.

Rae Family Farm
Chicken, eggs, duck eggs, goat milk products, seasonal veggies, canned goods, baked goods, gluten free items, scarves and crafts.

Sherburne County History Center
Selling books at the Becker Farmers Market











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