Farmview Market – A New Level
Farmview Market takes the farmers market to a new level. The Morgan County complex, which will be open year-round, will have a grocery store featuring Georgia products, specialty butcher shop and farm-to-table café, as well as a seasonal open-air farmers market.
“We have been developing agricultural products and software for the past 22 years, so the Farmview Market is a natural outgrowth of our business and personal interests around farming, agriculture and community engagement,” says Keith Kelly, president and CEO of Kelly Products, Inc., a Covington-based agribusiness that is developing the project. “We are passionate about this venture and we believe it will be a great asset for local farmers and local and regional consumers.”
We are passionate about this venture and we believe it will be a great asset for local farmers and local and regional consumers.
Located one mile south of I-20 on U.S. 441 in Madison, Farmview Market is expected to open in September. It will include special features, such as two historic Northeastern barns – a late 1700 Dutch structure and an 1800 English building – moved and reconstructed on the 50-acre site, according to marketing communications manager Laura Rotroff.