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Farm stands
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beef is born and raised on our farm. Growing Practices: No hormones or antibiotics used ever.
Details: Self-serve farm stand.
Open 24-7
Location: 6192 S. French Rd., Cedar
Gallagher’s Centennial Farm
Traverse City
The Gallagher Family
231-421-5199 or 231-218-0771
Products: . Local natural angus beef born and raised on our farm. Try our steaks, well marbled and tender.
Pork made into 6 kinds of cooked
brats including cherry! Bacon, hams, sausage, chops and more. Asparagus, strawberries, cherries and our sweet corn and best homemade pies. Growing Practices: Only use non-GMO feed. No growth hormones, antibiotics, MSG or nitrates. This is the real deal! Details: Farm store open beginning May 15. Mon-Fri 12-6 and Sat 10-2. Location: 5904 North Long Lake Road in Traverse City.
Available at 4 farmers markets, Mi Market Suttons Bay and Feildstone Deli.
Gallagher’s Farm Market & Bakery
La Casa Verde Produce
Cedar – The Weeks Family 231-228-2186 Products: A delicious selection of greens, vegetables, herbs, and fruit; with our  owers and pastured pork to grace your table.
Details: Visit us at the Leelanau County Farmers Market locations this summer for our delightful selection of offerings. Phone or online orders welcome, for your everyday good eating, vacation table or memorable event. Call or  nd us on Facebook.
Growing Practices: Sustainable farming stewardship, with OMRI listed products. MAEAP veri ed!
Location: One mile north of Cedar, on Cnty-645, 8202 S Schomberg Road.
Leelanau Peninsula Maple Sugar Bush
Northport – Allen and Margo Ammons 231-386-5098 Products: Maple syrup, maple sugar, maple cream and maple candies. Growing Practices: synthetic chemical free.
Details: Self-serve stand open year- round or call ahead for speci c orders. Location: One mile west of Northport. Take Third St., which becomes Melkild Rd. after the village limit, to 10361 E. Melkild Rd. Sign in yard, use garage side door. Also available via farmers markets, phone orders, mail orders and retail stores.
Popp Farm
Northport – Richard and Betty Popp 231-271-3209
Products: Apricots, nectarines, red raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, peaches and table grapes. Apples including: Honeycrisp, McIntosh, Ida Red & Gale Gala.
Growing Practices: integrated pest management.
Details: Farm stand open 9 a.m.-8 p.m. daily mid-July to October.
Location: 10620 E. Omena Rd, 2.25 miles west of Omena. Project FRESH and GT Band coupons accepted. Also available via phone orders.
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Small Animal Medicine & Surgery Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation Dentistry • Microchipping • Digital Radiography Cold Laser Therapy • Wellness and Senior Care Dog & Cat Boarding & Grooming
• Charles E. Morrison, DVM • Kathryn E. Cochran, DVM • Rachel M. Starr, DVM
• Ashley J. Schroeder, DVM • John D. Sheard, DVM
• Pamela Graves, DVM, CCRT • Missi Campbell, LVT, CCRP
1650 S. West Bay Shore Dr., Suttons Bay
Traverse City
Maria and Sid Lammers
231-947-1689 Products: Strawberries, cherries, apricots, peaches, pears, plums, blueberries, raspberries and apples. Wide variety of vegetables, jams, jellies, wine, cherry products, baked goods, honey, and maple syrup. Also farm animals, seasonal corn maze and school tours!
Details: Open 8 a.m.-6 p.m. June, September and October. Open 8 a.m.- 8 p.m. July and August. Project FRESH and GT Band coupons accepted. Location: 3.5 miles west of Traverse City on M-72 at 7237 E. Traverse Hwy. Also available via phone orders and mail orders.
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