Welcome to
Pontotoc Farmers Market

Established on Pontotoc’s historic Court Square in the 1800’s with farmers and ranchers from all corners of the Hill Country gathering to sell their wares, the Pontotoc Farmers Market is one of the oldest open-air markets in the state.  As a producer-only market, the PFM is committed to providing a safe, transparent environment where consumers can shop with confidence and purchase their food from trusted sources.  All products sold at the PFM are locally grown and produced.  All meat is free of general use antibiotics and hormones.  Animals are pasture-raised.  Prepared artisan foods source ingredients from local farms whenever possible.  Many foods are grown Certified Naturally Grown or using natural and organic controls and heritage varieties.

Visit us Saturdays and Wednesdays during our season and enjoy a Pontotoc tradition!


7am – 11am

May – October


3pm – 6pm

June – August

25 West Jefferson Street

One block off the Court Square, behind First Choice Bank

Flower Show
Saturday June 22

We want to see what you’re growing!  Show off your cut specimens of flowers, shrubs or trees; fruits and vegetables; container plants and floral designs at the market on Saturday June 22.  Registration is free!  Prizes and ribbons for Best in Show in each category.


Are you or do you know someone under 18 who is interested in selling produce or farm goods?  The Pontotoc Farmers Market is the place to be this summer!

Have questions?  Give us a call or send an email to [email protected].  Ready to apply?  Fill out our online Vendor Application!

Looking for tips on selling at a market?  Check out Extension’s MSU Pub Youth Market.



Meet our market family – a dedicated group of farmers, producers, entrepreneurs, bakers, makers and artists – committed to making our Hill Country community a better, healthier, more beautiful place.

Looking to bring your locally produced goods to market?  Start getting your ducks in a row now so you can jump into farmers market season!  Please review our Vendor Guidelines and if you think you’re a good fit, submit your application.  We will be in touch soon!

For a list of products we accept and do not accept and information on how we select vendors, check out our Vendor Page.

Organic and Certified Naturally Grown

Interested in converting to USDA Organic Certified or Certified Naturally Grown?  Check out these links for more information!  For more information on transitioning to organic methods, here’s publication recommended by MSU Extension: Transitioning-to-Organic-Production.