I want to sell my produce at a certified farmers market, what do I need?

You'll need to complete a certified producer's certificate with the county ag office.  The certificate is an annual fee of $65 and includes a brief inspection of your growing grounds to verify you are growing what you claim on the certificate.

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1. I have a large garden that produces more than I can use. Can I sell the excess?
2. What is required for selling to a restaurant or retail outlet like a grocery store?
3. Do I need to register my farm?
4. I use all natural products and sustainable methods in my farming, can I market my produce as organic?
5. What do I need to sell eggs?
6. I want to sell my produce at a certified farmers market, what do I need?
7. Can I sell jam or other processed foods?
8. If there is no seal on the device, how do I know if it is accurate?
9. Can any scale be used or does it have to be a special scale?
10. What is “tare”?
11. Do you investigate complaints?
12. How do I know if I’m getting a full cord of wood?
13. How often do you check gas stations and fuel quality?
14. Do you test utility meters?
15. Are there fees for services?
16. I am having a problem with mosquitoes, who deals with them? Where can I get mosquito fish?
17. I found an injured bird or animal, who deals with them?
18. I have a problem with skunks/raccoons/beavers on my property. What can I do?
19. Where do I go if I have found a tick and want it tested for Lyme’s Disease?
20. I have a swarm/nest of bees, who can help me?
21. I have a noise/smell complaint.