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Skip's Farm to Market Farmers and Suppliers

 

We only buy the finest, local farm products from carefully vetted suppliers who observe the best farming methods and the highest quality standards. To us, they are more than just suppliers, they are our partners, and we support one another . . . making each one stronger and more successful.

 

Early Morning Orchard

Palisade, Colorado

Early Morning Orchard provides naturally grown delicious tree ripened fruit plus thoughtfully grown vegetables to local farmers markets on the Western Slope of Colorado and beyond.

For over a decade, Skip Doty and Early Morning Orchard have passionately produced a wide array of fresh produce for farmer’s market throughout Colorado. From peaches to beets to broccoli, and cabbage to kale, they have maintained a commitment to conscientiously tasing healthy, hand-grown varieties bringing joy and vitality to your table.

GroFresh 365

Grand Junction, Colorado

GroFresh Farms 365 grows, sells, educates and distributes, fresh, local, aquaponic, hydroponic and naturally grown produce, vegetables, and herbs. They also design & build sustainable farm systems.

GroFresh is Western Colorado’s premiere source for fresh, organically-grown, year-round produce. Experienced, knowledgeable, passionate, and local, they serve the Grand Junction area and its environs with nothing but the best food.

GroFresh Farms currently grows in over 18,000 square feet of conditioned greenhouse space in multiple locations throughout the Grand Valley.

Anita’s Pantry and Produce

Palisade, Colorado

Anita’s Pantry and Produce is a family-owned and operated fruit stand in Palisade, CO.  Our goal is to supply quality produce at reasonable prices while serving as a pillar of our community.

Field to Fork

Palisade, Colorado

Seasonal Organic Produce
Field To Fork Farm is a small scale bio-intensive Certified Organic farm.

Their products are available in Mesa County and all through out Colorado. They are dedicated to growing fresh produce for their family . . . and yours.

 

Kinikin Processing LLC

Montrose, CO

Kinikin Processing is committed to offering the highest quality, locally raised, grass-fed and grain-finished products,  from their farms to their customers. They have remained true to the vision of founders Zach ad Jennifer Prock: helping the community thrive, farmers prosper, connecting markets and bringing consumers the products they’re seeking.

Bake Sale Bread

Fruita, CO

Bake Sale Bread is plain and simple, good bread! Naturally leavened and handmade with organic ingredients, right here in the Grand Valley.  Owned by Ramona and Matt Haberkorn, a pair of makers, craftsmen, artisans, if you will. So, be it wood, fiber, paint, or pencil, we are committed to whole-hearted quality and downright goodness in all that we do. They strive to bring these values to the food they make. They believe good, naturally leavened, organic breads should be just as accessible as your neighborhood bake sale. They really love good bread, and hope you will too.

By the way, Ramona is also our store manager at Skip’s Farm To Market in Fruita

Blaine’s Tomatoes and Farm 

Clifton, Colorado

 

Blaine’s growing method for plants is simple: make the plants’ lives easy by providing them the ideal environment, proper time to grow and the correct nutrients.  In return, plants will provide wonderful tasting produce.

At Blaines, they put in the skill and time to ensure the quality of produce you receive.

ELA Family Farms

Hotchkiss, Colorado

Certified Organic

Located on the western slope of the Rocky Mountains outside of Hotchkiss, Colorado, ELA Family Farms’ ninety-nine acre organic fruit farm is dedicated to growing the best-tasting peaches, apples, pears, plums, cherries, and heirloom tomatoes around.  They are the only certified organic, fourth generation orchard in the Rocky Mountain West – the mouth-watering fruit they grow is the result of generations of farming wisdom, innovation, and experience.

Fire Mountain Fruit

Hotchkiss, Colorado

Fire Mountain Fruit is a family-owned and -operated business that calls Colorado home. Fire Mountain Fruit has been passionately crafting delicious, natural, high-quality fruit products for over 25 years. They choose premium fruit primarily grown by Western Colorado farmers. All of their fruit is carefully selected, hand-cut, and jarred from small batches to retain the best flavor.

Pear Blossom Farm

Palisade, Colorado

Pear Blossom Farms sits on a mesa overlooking the town of Palisade, Colorado along the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains. This beautiful orchard valley, carved by the Colorado River, combines river-bottom soil with high-desert sunshine and fresh mountain air to grow the best tasting fruits and vegetables in the world. They harvest and prepare these local fruits and vegetables in the same fashion as generations of their ancestors who pioneered this part of Colorado.

Rocking W Cheese

Olathe, Colorado

Nestled in small-town Olathe, Colorado, Rocking W Cheese is the only artisanal cheese producer on the Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains. It is here that the Webb family has been refining their own special take of farm-to-table food for the better part of the century. You can taste the rarefied Colorado air and generations of artisanship in every creamy, tangy bite of their homemade cheese.

Every type of Rocking W cheese is hand-crafted in small batches, and any added ingredients are introduced at the peak of their flavor and freshness. This process yields an array of vibrant and naturally delicious cheeses. With cheese like this, it’s no wonder that Rocking W’s a beloved staple at local supermarkets. It’s even attracted fans at the esteemed River & Woods restaurant in Boulder, Colorado and other eateries which value a farm-fresh product.

Pappardelle’s

Denver, Colorado

The relentless pursuit of perfect pasta

David Bowen and Bill Curtis founded Pappardelle’s in Denver on May 14, 1984. Their vision? Exquisite, fresh pasta in an array of flavors never before experienced by Americans. At that time, pasta in the United States was generally limited to the one basic flavor: plain.

After extensive research they decided that the only way to ensure that their pasta creations would be of the highest quality was to recreate the traditional Italian pasta making methods: fresh, high-quality ingredients and small batches.

Ghost Rock Farm

Palisade, Colorado

Halsey and Tess moved to Palisade, Colorado to take on a family peach farm, but didn’t want to leave the decade-plus of dairy and cheesemaking experience behind them. In 2019, they started the Ghost Rock Farm specialty dairy products range featuring handmade cultured butter, fresh cow’s milk cheese, and more.

Spinelli’s Pasta Sauce

Denver, Colorado

Since 1994 Spinelli’s  Market has been providing gourmet foods and Italian Specialties. Their “homemade” sauces and dressings are a big hit with their customers. Because of their commitment to only using the highest quality ingredients and their dedication to delivering their customers the freshest product possible, Spinelli’s reputation as the best tasting, all-natural pasta sauce and salad dressing company has grown. They are very proud to be doing business with suppliers and stores who match our philosophy of selling natural, healthy, premium goods.  

Skinny Legs Farms

Olathe, CO

At Skinny Legs Farms, their happy hens are hand raised on their farm.  Eggs are hand gathered twice daily to assure that you get the freshest eggs possible

Dunn Rite Jerky

Grand Junction, Colorado

The Dunning family began packaging jerky using a secret family recipe over 15 years ago. They shared the jerky with family, friends and shipped it to the troops overseas.

Everyone loved it and it was so popular they decided to make a business out of it! The company is still locally owned, operated and uses Colorado beef for a completely home grown flavor to pour that secret family marination recipe over. 

You Choose –

Organic or Conventional

Skip’s Farm to Market offers its customers a choice between 100% organically grown and raised products using sustainable farming methods and products produced by conventional farming and production methods. At Skip’s, you can choose what is best for your family and your budget.

Skip's Farm To Market

Your local Farmer’s Market – Open Tuesday thru Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM