gutierrez-lagatta at charter.net
Thu Mar 7 05:27:56 EST 2002
I think it is a good idea to have it and if you have a Farm Bureau in
your state it should cost less than $200. In my case it is based on
sales volume and the actual volume will be verified at the end of the
year. If the market requires it then I think it is necessary, yes.
> Since I am new to the farmer's market scene, I have a question. One
> attend requires proof of product liability insurance to be a member.
There was a case in California where people died from improperly
handled salad mix. Their packing area was exposed to windblown manure
from a nearby stable or barn and they did not monitor or change their
> really necessary if you are only selling fresh produce and no
> product? What do you guys and gals do about insurance in this
situation? I am
> trying to start a farmer's market in another town/county and need
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