The Alpine Farmers Market is every Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until 12 Noon at 105 East Murphy Street. The Farmers Market is a place to shop local, meet strangers and make friends.
Be sure to look for Dale’s Red tablecloth near the front sidewalk where he will have plenty of these locally produced, naturally occurring colored eggs for only $4.00 per dozen. They also will be selling beautiful homemade soap bars, handmade by Missy jewelry and more on that red tablecloth. They also set up at the Midweek Mercantile on 3rd street next to the Alpine Chamber of Commerce on Thursday afternoons from 4 to 7 p.m.
Also selling Dorper Ram Lambs, they have been selling out on weaning lambs but will have a limited number of ram lambs available beginning April 10th. There are Hairsheep with hair type coats, not long wooly coats, hair sheep shed each Spring and do not need to be sheared. Hairsheep are parasite resistant, they are great mowers with a weed eating feature to help clean up your property and hopefully help prevent grass fires. They can also prune undergrowth from shrubs and trees to a height of about 4 feet off the ground. Dorper hair sheep grow and mature fast, making them a popular meat production sheep. These ram lambs are intact, with natural tails, raised on grazing, hay and minerals. They have not been feed grains, grain ruins the taste and texture of lamb. They also make good pets, sheep need at least 1 sheep buddy, buy at least 2 for a discount. Call or text 415 251-3622.