Whether you are buying a product from the Fulton Farmers’ Market or one of many local businesses, when you buy Missouri-made you are not only supporting the local economy, but also supporting your Callaway County community.
Smockingbird’s offers a variety of local, Missouri-made and Missouri-themed goods available for purchase both in store and online. Check out these makers and their products!
Wind & Willow, Inc is a family-owned business located in the Ozarks of southwest Missouri in operation since 1991. Wind & Willow cheeseball and dip mixes are easy to prepare and share – the perfect addition to any party or addition to a gift basket.
Messner Bee Farm is in Raytown, just outside of Kansas City. Made from locally sourced wax and all-natural ingredients, these beeswax lip balms are simple yet moisturizing and come in a variety of flavors and tints.
Clifton Creek Designs fire-painted copper jewelry is handmade in Missouri and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes including pendants and earrings. Each piece or set is unique – no two are alike!
The War for Missouri 1861-1862, written by local Fulton author (and favorite husband) Joseph W. McCoskrie Jr., details the fight for the Show-Me State. Pick up an autographed copy and begin exploring Missouri’s tumultuous history during the Civil War.
Washi egg making is a traditional Japanese art form. Hand made with Japanese Washi paper in the heart of Missouri by local artist Kathy Bryant, each decorative egg is covered with paper which has been repeatedly hand smoothed and coated with a durable finish.