Lucky Dog Farm (New Glarus)
Owners: Lori Stern & LeAnn Powers
Distance: 4 miles
Products: berries, veggies, goat, pork
Lucky Dog Farm Stay is formerly one of the largest dairy farms in New Glarus. We are working hard to renovate many of the outbuildings and bring animals back to this old farm. The historic farmhouse is made of stone from the surrounding fields and dates back to 1865. We have goats, pigs and chickens. And run a 3 bedroom B&B.
Garden to Be (Mount Horeb)
Grassroots Farm (Monroe)
Owners: Lindsey Morris Carpenter & Gail Carpenter
Distance: 17 miles
Products: fruits, veggies, poultry, pork
Grassroots Farm is a highly diversified, small family farm growing certified organic vegetables and fruits, herbs, and pesticide-free cut flowers. The farm demonstrates a closed loop system with fertility derived in large part from the cattle and chickens raised without GMO feed or sub-therapeutic antibiotics. In addition, livestock, including pasture raised pigs and turkeys, are fed trimmings and waste from the market garden operation and grass hay grown in their own pastures.
Jordandal Farms (Argyle)
Raleigh's Hillside Farm (Magnolia Township)
Owners: Kyle and Lauren Rudersdorf
Distance: 25 miles
Raleigh’s Hillside Farm LLC is owned and operated by Kyle and Lauren Rudersdorf. The couple met in college at UW-Madison while studying soil science and rural sociology, respectively. They have created a small, diverse farm that connects people to their food. Lauren and Kyle are farming 4.5 acres on top of a hill, where they are the third generation of farmers on the land.