Two Onion Farm - Belmont, WI
Chris and Juli McGuire of Two Onion Farm raise organic produce in Belmont,
WI. Together with a small crew of employees, they grow vegetables under the
best conditions, pick them at the peak of ripeness, and carefully wash and
pack them. You can receive produce from their farm by enrolling in their
community-supported agriculture (CSA) program. Each week during the growing
season, CSA farm members receive a delivery with 7-10 seasonal vegetables
along and a newsletter of farm news and helpful recipes. This is a great
opportunity to eat delicious vegetables and connect with the local farmers
who grow your food. To learn more, visit www.twoonionfarm.com.
Badger Hill Farm - Shullsburg, WI
Badger Hill Farm is a hobby business run by Cory Ritterbusch and Emily Lubcke. Badger Hill has been custom-growing organic produce for One Eleven Main in Galena since 2009. Unlike traditional growers Badger Hill works closely with Chef Ryan Boughton on utilizing unique heirloom varieties that appeal to the restaurant’s loyal customer base. Many varieties are propagated, transplanted, and harvested for one weekends’ special, providing a highly customized farm-to-table operation. Along with heirloom fruits and vegetables they also specialize in wild forage foods, such as Hazelnuts, Wild Plums and Purslane.
Dittmar Farms Mill Creek Valley - Elizabeth, IL
About three years ago Rick and Mike Dittmar decided to start selling sweet corn and other produce at the local farmers market. We sell delicious sweetcorn in the summer and pumpkins in the fall. We have planted an orchard that has peaches, apples, blueberrys, cherrys and grapes and hope to start selling them in the future years. We also farm about 50 acres of "regular farming" with field corn, alfalfa and about 15 beef cows. In the future we plan to be open for "U-pick" on weekends. Mill Creek Valley comes from the stream that meanders through the farm valley. The farm is located in scenic Jo Daviess County in Northwest Illinois around 10 miles from Galena. The farm has been in our family since 1854 and it is a big family affair. We hope to see you someday! Check out our Facebook.
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