Cheyenne Winter Farmers' Market

The Cheyenne Winter Farmers Market is located inside the cozy historic train depot the first Saturday of each month from November through May starting at 10 and ending at 2 pm.

All our vendors sell items that are produced in Wyoming, northern Colorado or western Nebraska, but within a 150 miles of Cheyenne. All items are produced by the vendors behind the tables, no food brokers or food re-sellers or distributors are allowed and only a small percentage of craft or body care products are at this market..

You'll find a bounty of locally raised grass fed meats from Beef, Bison, and Lamb, Goat, Pork, along with free range pastured Chicken and Turkey. (a side note: A growing body of research indicates that eating grass-fed meat is a healthy choice, it's rich in Omega-3 fatty acides, Vitamin E and is lower in bad fats than grain-fed meat). Winter vegetables like; winter squash, onions, leeks, beets, carrots and even lettuce weather permitting.

You'll also find; fresh homemade artisan breads, cookies, pies, soups, chowders. Speciality and unique jams. Local Laramie County honey is also at this market. Look for locally made and regular, jams, jellies and fruit butters, chili, smoked turkey and Bar-B-Que to go.

Victory Hill Dairy will be selling their award winning hand crafted goat cheese and cheese curds.

Cheyenne's own PerrBear handmade chocolates is back with wonderful goodies. This is a third generation candy maker offering the full range of great chocolate treats.(Editors note: I've had an opportunity to try these truly heavenly chocolates, they are the real deal chocolate confection).

Fresh eggs from chickens or ducks that get to enjoy the great outdoors and range freely, just like grandma's.

If that's not enough we have vendors selling locally roasted coffee and locally made gourmet pasta.

We also a few have carefully selected art and craft vendors selling natural skincare products, handmade jewelry, clothing and glass items.

Thank you to our sponsors: Wyoming Business Council, Cheyenne Depot Museum, Wyoming Farmers' Market Association, Wyoming Community Network, individuals who support the local food movement and our volunteers.

If you are a local producer and are interested in joining this market please email (contact information) for an application.

A list of our Food Vendors:

High Point Bison, sold by the cut Meadow Maid Foods, Pasture Based Beef, sold by the cut, and Vegetables from the garden Hazel Dell Mushrooms Wild Winds Sheep Company, All Natural Poultry (turkey and chicken) and Grass Fed Lamb, sold by cut, and Garden Vegetables, Happy Jack Harvest, Garden Vegetables and Tomatillos, Jams and Jellies. Blue Ribbon BBQ, Burritos to go, smoked Turkey, pulled pork, BBQ Ribs, Walter's Famous Kitchen, Giant Pretzels, Old World Breads, Star Cake Jams and Jellies, PerrBear Chocolates, Dark and Milk Chocolate Treats, Foley Farms, Duck, Turkey and Chicken Eggs, Feathers Cheyenne Honey, Jackie's Java Fresh Roasted Coffee Beans, Pasta Pazza, handcrafted pasta, Victory Hill Chesse. Styria Catering, chowders and smoked meats.

A list of our Craft Vendors: Queen of the Meadow, Handcrafted Body Care Lotions, Indian Paintbrush Studios, recycled glass art work, Kathy Bolt with hand made Alpaca items, Rachel Lopez with her beautiful jewlery.

We are always looking for quality food vendors (no food brokers please) to sell at our market. Please email me for an application if you are a local food producer.


Listing last updated on Dec 15, 2013

Our next market is Saturday, January 4 2014, this is our "Taste of the Market" event tickets are $15 for all you can eat.

Jackie's Java-Fair-Trade Coffee, Victory Hill Cheeses, Chocolates, Mushrooms, chowders, Gourmet Pastas, Grass Fed Beef, Bison, Lamb, Goat, Pork. Chicken, Turkey, Smoked Chicken, Eggs, Bar-B-Que, artisan breads, cookies, cakes, body care lotions, soaps, and a few select craft items and much more.

Schedule and Location:

Inside the historic downtown Cheyenne Train Depot 121 West 15th Street, Cheyenne, WY

The first Saturday of the month November (plus Nov 23)through May, from 10 am to 2 pm.

Downtown Cheyenne at the Historic Train Depot

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