Seller Info.

This is a community event and anyone is welcome to participate.

 

Vendors must be set up and ready for shoppers beginning at 9am for early bird entry.  General Admission begins at 10am. 

Anything 
farm-related, homemade, handcrafted, homegrown, vintage or recycled is welcome at the swap.  

 

Vendor Fees Vary depending on what you're selling.  

Poultry and Farm Vendors $25 

Craft and Hobby Vendors $45  

Please see Swap Registration page for more info.

On event day, please arrive early and keep aisles orderly.  Staff will show you to your space.  Spaces are approximately 12x12 and include 1 parking space. If you require a trailer, additional vehicles or double canopies, please purchase additional spaces to accommodate.  Bring your own canopies, tables and chairs or tail-gate.  We will email you through the eventbrite system after registration with detailed info.

 

There will be food and drink vendors as well as watering stations to get fresh water for your animals.  There will also be portable restroom units and hand-washing stations.

 

Please pay close attention to animal health.  Sick or otherwise unthrifty animals will not be permitted at the swapmeet. 

 

Livestock or poultry purchased from an auction within 60 days of swapmeet are NOT permitted.  This aids in the prevention of the spread of disease.

 

All animals must remain confined or in a cage.

 

Bring boxes with ventilation holes to send home new pets.

 

Due to liability reasons, we no longer permit dogs.  We are sorry for this necessary change.  

 

Early bird set up on Friday anytime after noon is welcome.  Many vendors enjoy setting up at a slower pace and reserving their favorite spot.  Please keep your boxes and cages tucked under your tables and drop canopies as low as possible in case we get any wind.  Camping is welcome on Friday night.  If you're coming a good distance, you may prefer to stay the night.  Campers and RV's require the purchase of a second space.  Tents that can be packed back up in the morning are free.

Regulations

 

All livestock (alpacas, donks, goats, sheep, ponies, etc.) must come with scrapie tag if applicable and/or health certificate if out of state.

All equine must also come with a neg. coggins.

 

Please be diligent by checking birds for signs of illness; listlessness, ruffled feathers, sinus drainage, sneezing or wheezing.  If you notice sick animals, please notify staff immediately.  

 

NO ONE is permitted in the chicken barns on the premises.  Thank you.   

 

Poultry Testing Requirements:


Please refer to the Maryland Dept. of Ag. for their swapmeet policy.  
https://mda.maryland.gov/AnimalHealth/Documents/swap-meet-policy.pdf
 

 

POULTRY SELLERS MUST:  

 

Give receipts.  Receipts must contain your premises number or your NPIP#, your contact information (including name, city/state and phone number or email address if you prefer not to give out your number) and the species/breed/age info.

 

Example Receipt:  

 

Green Hill Farm

Sharpsburg, MD.

ID# 223  

email: erinmoshier@gmail.com

 

3 silver laced wyandottes  3-6 months old

 

 

Please print out a copy of this flyer and take it your local feed store and gas station.  If everyone posts this flyer 1 time, imagine the traffic it could bring!  Flyer looks great on cheap photo paper or card stock. 

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