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S&B Bell Farms in Hodgenville, KY started out with a purely functional purpose: to make good use of land that we own. Over the months, the concept of alpaca farming has branched out to several other areas of farming. In order to run a sustaining farm, we realized that we needed to consider the interconnectedness of the land and the animals, and to provide the best environment that we can for both.

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It’s just about time!!!! 🤩 ... See MoreSee Less

It’s just about time!!!! 🤩

I had a BERRY nice first day of summer!! How about you?

(L - wild raspberries from my backyard, R - wild blackberries from field 8!)
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I had a BERRY nice first day of summer!!  How about you? 

(L - wild raspberries from my backyard, R - wild blackberries from field 8!)Image attachment

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Beautiful be careful tomorrow's good luck

I was absolutely convinced the Cicadapocalypse had passed us by. But look what Brian found tonight on a newly installed corner post !!! 🐛 ... See MoreSee Less

I was absolutely convinced the Cicadapocalypse had passed us by.   But look what Brian found tonight on a newly installed corner post !!! 🐛

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This is the closest I've come to seeing a cicada in the wild!

Yay! I love cicadas!

I found one on my ramp when they first started out

We tried the new variety of zucchini from Goodin's Garden (Zapalitto Del Tronco) today for lunch. I paired it with bell peppers from
Modern Heritage Farm that I froze last summer, and jalapeño beef bratwurst from Smith Family Farm.

Though it’s not the most photogenic meal, it was delicious. 10/10 would recommend!! The zapallito wasn’t nearly as watery as regular zucchini, and was absolutely amazing with Sara’s Jalapeño salt

I also made a kale salad with a homemade honey vinaigrette and blueberries. The honey and blueberries were from my backyard 😋

What did you make with your Hardin County Farmers' Market finds?
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We tried the new variety of zucchini from Goodins Garden   (Zapalitto Del Tronco)  today for lunch.  I paired it with bell peppers from
Modern Heritage Farm that I froze last summer, and jalapeño beef bratwurst from Smith Family Farm.  

Though it’s not the most photogenic meal, it was delicious.   10/10 would recommend!!  The zapallito wasn’t nearly as watery as regular zucchini, and was absolutely amazing with Sara’s Jalapeño salt

I also made a kale salad with a homemade honey vinaigrette and blueberries.   The honey and blueberries were from my backyard 😋

What did you make with your Hardin County Farmers Market finds?Image attachment

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I didn't take photos but we have grilled hamburgers with lettuce, tomato and onion. Toasted the buns at the recommendation from a friend. Roasted zucchini and yellow squash seasoned with salt, paprika, garlic and parmesan.

It’s going to be an awesome evening at the Pavilion!!!THIS POST IS FOR THURSDAY, JUNE 13th

Night Farmers Market starts at 4:00 PM-8:00 PM

Food Trucks start serving at 5:00 PM-8:00 PM

Location: 200 Peterson Drive, Elizabethtown, KY 42701

Food Truck Line Up:
Old School Flavor Trailer, LLC
Sunny Girl's Rolling Cafe
Clucky’s Hot Chicken
Yoopers Pasties
little dukes eats
Snow Dogs Food Truck
Bunch of Flours Bakery
Southern Roots Soul Food
Mr. Pancho’s Food Truck
Unbridled Grounds
Pucker Up Lemonade
Sug’s Cafe

Farmers Market Vendor Line Up:
S&B Bell Farms, LLC
Modern Heritage Farm
Goodin's Garden
Almosta Farm, llc
Kerr Family Farm
Color Me Mod Flower Farm
Solway Farms
Dennison's Roadside Market
Smith Family Farm
Lovely Loaves

There's more! 🌟 Get your zen on with a Yoga class by Karma Yoga Studios from 4-5 PM. Just $5 per person for ages 13 and up! Talk about a deal you can't refuse! 🧘‍♂️💸 Don't miss out, folks! See you there, ready to chow down and strike a pose! 🚚🥦 #FoodTruckFiesta #MarketMadness #YogaYay#HardinCounty#elizabethtownky#thursdayvibes#farmersmarket#food#farming
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It’s going to be an awesome evening at the Pavilion!!!

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You're at the top of the Farmers Market list! I'm amazed by yoga in Kentucky. I take it for granted everywhere in the Western world now, but then I step back and realize that it was only in India until recently when it became that country's biggest cultural export.