It's been a busy start to the Dubbo Farmers Markets for Tony and Judy Barlow.
The markets have been held twice since the COVID-19 restrictions were lifted.
And despite a miserable day on Saturday, Mr Barlow said business had been booming for the Narromine oranges.
"We've been able to sell everything we can take," he said.
"Some of the others were pretty quiet but we've gotten rid of everything, which is fantastic."
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It's an important time of year to be able to sell the fruit. Mr Barlow said they were currently at their peak.
"This is a major outlet for us during the winter. It's pretty important way for us to get out there and sell our navel oranges. Otherwise we have to look at other options like wholesale," he said.
Mr Barlow said it was great to be able to return to the markets.
He's expecting that the oranges will continue to be popular.
The Dubbo Farmers Markets are held on the first and third Saturdays of the month at the Macquarie Lions Park.
The next markets will be held from 8am until 12pm on July 18.
COVID-19 safety practices still need to be followed.
Attendees need to maintain their distance while queuing and anyone feeling unwell is asked to stay at home.