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Fresh Produce and More at Year Round Farm Market

Bottle feed the baby calf for $3
Leila Brenner

Eating organic, fresh produce has been high on our to-do list as of the past year, but with Arizona climate, it's not all that easy. Fortunately, we have found fresh produce with a year round farm market.

Supersition Farm in Mesa, Arizona, is a year round farmer market on a real farm.

Every Thursday evening from 4:30pm until 7:30pm, you can head on out to Superstition Farm and shop the fresh produce, fresh baked bread, farm fresh eggs, grass fed beef, homemade salsa, and more (we have tasted homemade baked goods, homemade honey, fresh cheese, and fresh sausages too!)

Supersition Farm is also home to delicious dairy products including ice cream, cheese, milk, and butter!

Every Thursday night, while shopping the farm market, enjoy dinner on the farm grills or from one of the food trucks that come out!

Admission is free and so is the petting zoo (it's on a legit farm so beware of chickens running around, parking next to the cows, the farm dog greeting customers, and the opportunity to meet other farm animals!) You can even feed the animals for $1 or bottle feed a baby calf for $3. They offer hayrides for $1, too!

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