Howdy Hills Farm

The Jousans own and operate Howdy Hills Farm in Pontotoc County where they raise and show registered Alpine dairy goats in 4-H and ADGA-sanctioned shows.  After their babies are weaned, they use the does’ milk to create hand-crafted, natural soap in a variety of scents created with high quality essential oils and fragrances like brambleberry, coffee shop, tobacco and bay leaf, southern peach, lavendar orange, sandlewood, and lots more…

Yard Art by Nikki

Kittyhutty Woodcarving & Art

Handcarved cypress knees ttansformed into personality filled Santas and other characters are Tammy’s specialty  Her paintings, carvings, birdhouses are just as special.

Levitt Leads

Levitt Leads, out of Algoma, Mississippi, sells high-quality leads and tethers for horses, as well as collars and leashes for dogs.  Custom orders taken for dogs of all sizes from the smallest chihuahua to the largest mastiff. 

Marie's Birdfeeders and Kitchenware

Marie’s bird feeders are hand crafted from vintage and antique plates and bowls, with many that are squirrel resistant.  No plastic here!  Feeders are made with mason jars and chicken feeders and come prefilled with black oiled sunflower seeds and ready to hang.  While visiting Marie at the market, be sure to pick up her hand-made, looped potholders and tea towels.


Carol & Steve's Quilts and Stitched Goods

As President of the Hanging Grapes Club of the Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers, Carol Pierson serves double duty at our market.  Selling hand-made quilts, one of a kind gathering aprons, potholders and other kitchen and garden helpers, Carol also volunteers at our Welcome Table assisting shoppers with credit card payments, SNAP and vouchers.   

Thank you, Carol, for keeping our market running smoothly!


Amanda Heavner of Ittybittyhippiechick transforms felt into whimsical works of art.  Like putting together a puzzle, she stitches each textile scrap together forming a colorful, touchable sculpture.  These whimsical handmade creations are brimming with character. 

Find Amanda on market morning accompanied by her daughter Lyric of Fairytail Art, in a tent wrapped in Alice in Wonderland bunting and intricate dream catchers and filled with the wafting scent of Amanda’s patchouli felted and olive oil soaps.  Felt mushrooms grow everywhere alongside felt creations living in imaginary felted worlds.  A fun place for all of your senses to be on Saturday mornings!

Fairytail Art
by Lyric Jean

From watercolors to buttons to textile art, Lyric creates a world of whimsy with a vintage flair.
The 2023 season featured mermaids and glittery watercolor, dream catchers with moons, beaded spider earrings and necklaces and 3D characters and felt pitcher plants and succulents.
Looking forward to seeing her creations at the 2024 farmers market!
Check out her art on Facebook at Fairytail Art, or Instagram @fairytailartbylyricjean.

JK Essential Jewels

Jessica’s handcrafted earrings, necklaces and bracelets come in designs to suit any occasion, season, interest or age.   Sharing Jessica with the local festivals, these pieces move fast!

Tortuga Forge and Blade Works

At the Pontotoc Farmers Market and the Calhoun Community Market, Tony Parker showcases his handcrafted garden hoes, tools, iron works and knives. 

Tony expertly crafts hoes that are designed based on specifications from individual gardeners and farmers. Each carry the name of the originator, such as the Hostetler Hoe and the Yoder Hoe.  These are a gardener’s dream, and each are specific to a task, thus easing the work.  Stop by for a demonstration!

Rooted in Love

Refurbishing cabinet doors into home and porch decor, Brandy pays homage to the passing of her father, a lifelong woodworker and cabinet maker and supports the work of the American Society for the Prevention of Suicide.

To purchase her work outside of our market or to place custom orders, call Brandy at 615-290-2764.

Greg Russell

Verti's Quilts

Vierheller Pottery

Interested in becoming a vendor at the Pontotoc Farmers Market?

For vendors who commit to a full season (market season or a particular growing season), the Pontotoc Farmers Market will:

  • Promote your business and products weekly on our social media platforms.

  • Promote your products through our weekly newsletter.

  • Provide the infrastructure to accept SNAP/EBT, USDA Senior Vouchers, WIC vouchers and grant voucher programs at no cost, expanding your customer base and income.

  • Provide an online marketplace, driving midweek and off-season sales.

Please review our Guidelines, then complete the online application through the link below.  Want to meet with us in person?  Please call 662-760-6703.

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