The Farmers’ Market is typically open June thru August
Locally grown produce with 10% from out of area. The Valliant Market is famous for their super good watermelon and cantaloupe. Also, fresh eggs, jellies, aprons, hot pads, caps, dew rags, cutting boards, cane fishing poles, bedding plants, hanging baskets, woodworking and garden trellis. Friendly farmers, sales people and other customers all eager to visit with you when you arrive!
Daily Availability Announcements on KKBI 106.1 of Broken Bow
and KBEL 96.7 of Idabel.
The Market was established in 2003 with a grant from the Oklahoma Farmers’ Market and continued with a grant from Little Dixie Community Action Agency for the 2004 season. The Valliant Area Farmers’ Market has been self supporting for several years. The 2009 Farmers’ Market season was very successful.
Directions: The Valliant Area Farmers’ Market is located on the north side of Hwy. 70 west in Valliant at the corner of Beauchamp Street.
Valliant Area Farmers’ Market
PO Box 396
Highway 70 West (on the north side of the highway west of Milner’s Hardware and Outfitters)
Valliant, OK 74764