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Farmers Market and Fresh Produce Market Hays Farmers Market
Parking Lot - 27th & Vine
Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings
June through October
Hours: Sat 8-noon, Wed 5-8 pm
Admission: Free
Local farmers and gardeners sell a variety of fresh vegetables, fruit, farm products and baked goods


Fresh Produce Market
2900 Broadway
Hays, KS 67601
785-625-7316
Saturday mornings and Wednesday evenings June through October.
Admission: Free
The Fresh Produce Market takes pride in providing locally grown fresh farm and orchard produce including vegetables, fruits, flowers, plants, baked goods, eggs, honey, jams, jellies or other farm products that are grown locally.


Admission: Free admission
Our Website:www.haysusa.net

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