The Hawkins family has the largest market in the state, but it’s not only the family farm that has the market’s top spot.
Deardorf Farms is the biggest seller in the area, selling more than 60% of the Delaware market.
This year, the family has had more than $4 million in sales, which is more than double the amount they sold last year.
A market for families and small businessesThe Hawkins Family Farm, owned by the Hawkins sisters, is one of the oldest family farms in the Delaware Valley.
Located on the western edge of Delaware County, it’s home to a large herd of cattle, which are kept healthy and on a diet of hay and grass.
The Hawkes family has more than 100 employees.
Their farm is owned by Della Hawkins, a descendant of one of Delaware’s original settlers, and is also home to the Deardorfs family dairy and farm.
It’s a small business, with a total of eight employees, but the Hawkes Family is known for its quality products.
The family has been growing the hay for several generations.
“I just want to make sure that it’s fresh,” Deardora Hawkins told NBC News.
“It’s very important that we have quality, and we’re always working to make that happen.”
In addition to selling hay and dairy products, the Hawks family also operates a family bakery, which sells handmade cookies, cookies, and other sweets, as well as ice cream and cakes.
The bakery is located at the family’s farm in the Deandora Farms section of the farm, where the family lives.
“The family bakery sells out a lot of our products, and I’m always excited to see how many people are in line to get them,” Deandorfs said.
“We are very proud of the fact that we’ve sold out so many times.”
Deandorff says the Hawkees family is responsible for making the market so popular in Delaware.
“It’s been the farm to go for years, and they’re the ones that are making sure that the market is run the right way,” she said.
“They make sure there’s no conflicts of interest or anything like that, and that’s a huge part of the business.”
In the past year, Deandors family has grown in size and has expanded to a larger, four-acre operation.
This summer, the business expanded to include a second farm, but Deandoras family plans to keep it small for now.
“The farm will stay the same size,” she added.
“But we’ll expand, so we have a couple of acres to work with.”
Della Hawkin said she hopes the market continues to grow and that the business will continue to expand.
“There are so many people that come to our farm, and the farmers that are doing this farm, that are really dedicated to it, and this is their livelihood,” she explained.