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LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI)— Saturday morning's rain didn't stop people from getting into the holiday spirit. Vendors brought a variety of items to the Lafayette Farmer's Market.
Saturday's market was put on with Thanksgiving in mind. It was meant to help people pick up anything they need for their feast.
Paul Mosher owns a farm in Monon. He loaded up his truck with tons of fresh turkeys.
"Our turkeys are raised local," Mosher said. "You can actually see our turkeys raising on grass, we actually free range them we don't give them any antibiotics."
The farmers market featured everything from fresh veggies to handmade soaps.
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