The aim of this study was to determine the scale and generic scope of direct sales of products of animal origin by the farmers and to determine whether they are connected with the number of holdings engaged in livestock production in the region. The studies have shown that 6774 entities in the country in 2014 dealt with direct sales of products of animal origin. In the quantitative structure of the surveyed entities the dominating ones are those who offered unprocessed bee products (approx. ¾ sellers), table eggs (11.7%) and fishery products (11.1%). The study verified initially adopted a research hypothesis, which assumes a relationship between the number of farms engaged in livestock production in the various provinces and the number of entities selling there directly products of animal origin. For this purpose was use the Spearman correlation, the results of which led to rejection of the hypothesis adopted because showed no relationship between the analyzed features.