A list of frequently asked questions when vendors consider participating in Keller Farmers Market.
How much is the daily vendor booth fee?
The daily vendor booth fee is $25. It is paid one week in advance and is non-refundable for no-shows or cancellations less than 24 hours of the start of the market day. All fees go back into the market’s operating budget.
How are vendor spaces assigned?
Read about that on our Rules and Regulations document.
Can I sell my yard eggs?
Yes, if you follow the Texas Department of Agriculture’s guidelines for selling yard eggs.
May I sell my backyard garden produce at the market?
Yes, if you follow the steps to become a vendor.
Do you allow “food trucks?”
At this time, we are not accepting applications for vendors preparing food onsite.
Do you allow chiropractors and/or other health related non-traditional or all natural practitioners?
At this time, we are not accepting booth applications from any health practitioners.
I sell an all natural nutritional/health supplement. Can I sell it at KFM?
No, not if it is part of a direct sales company or part of a health practitioner’s program. Others will have to be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Why do I need canopy weights?
It’s a fact that canopies act like giant sails in the strong Texas, wind causing them to blow over. The safety of everyone at the market is our number one priority which is why we require stabilization of all canopies. The market recommends 100 pounds of weight per canopy. Ideas for canopy stabilization are filling a bucket with sand, cement or water and strapping it to each leg, using sand bags, or tying down to a vehicle with additional weight on the front legs. Read more on Canopy Safety.
Do I need general liability insurance?
In one word, no. While the market carries its own general liability insurance policy, it is strongly recommended that vendors also obtain general liability insurance, listing Keller Farmers Market as additional insured.
Learn more about why general liability insurance is recommended.