OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – That is the ultimate weekend of the Omaha Farmers Market this season.With the pandemic this 12 months there have been some main adjustments for the market and its distributors.Issues feel and appear completely different at this 12 months’s Omaha Farmers Market within the Previous Market.“It’s been quite a whirlwind year,” mentioned Kristen Beck, market supervisor.The market is at a brand new location this 12 months – one which lets them unfold out to encourage social distancing. There are additionally few distributors allowed to arrange their retailers.“The year, obviously, it is a little bit slower than normal years that we have seen. With the pandemic, it’s been difficult,” Beck defined.To high it off — a month was reduce off of the farmers market season.Regardless of all that’s completely different – there’s something that hasn’t modified.“To have such a strong showing, you know for the minimal season we had is really, yeah it’s really neat,” said Jared Uecker, owner of O’Tillie Butcher.The dedication of the vendors and their customers. This is Uecker’s third year coming to the market. “We do everything from fresh cuts like pork chops and stuff to bacon and ham and sausage,” he mentioned.Along with his spouse and 10-month-old son Crosby by his aspect – they’re making do with the adjustments this 12 months and gaining newfound respect for the little issues they may have taken without any consideration earlier than.“Sampling is limited and you know that’s a big thing for us. You know getting people to try our products, and also just the general interaction,” he mentioned.15-year Omaha Farmers Market veteran Wendy Fletcher of It’s All About Bees is feeling a little bit of that ache herself – however she’s grateful simply to be on the market.“We’re grateful that we’re even able to have the farmers market so you just make it work and keep going and just know that we’ll get back to normal eventually,” she said.As far as the farmers market getting back to normal – Beck says they’ll take next year as it comes.“It’s really hard to say what the future is going to look like for the market. I assume we’ll still have policies put in place for the safety of our vendors, staff, and customers, I’m just not 100 percent sure what that looks like going forward,” Beck mentioned.Your final probability to go to the farmers market is Sunday, Oct. 11 on the Baxter Area’s parking zone.Copyright 2020 WOWT. All rights reserved.