It's nearly the end of the season (most area farmers' markets will be wrapped up by month's end of the middle of October), so I understand that some farms may have decided to pack it in early. But the tomato season has also been extended, which means that any farmer worth their salt, are treasuring the extra few weeks to sell the biggest cash crop at market. Two farmers' tents is more of a farm stand, like what you see most nights driving by the covered wagon in Westport. And while two farmers make the term "farmers' market," technically accurate, that didn't help fill my bag this Saturday. I ended up making a second stop at the market in Brookside. When it comes to farmers' markets, I'm thinking you need at least five farmers, enough to give you a choice of produce and an option for eggs and meat. What number should be the minimum for holding a farmers' market?