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Buy a CSA Share from These Local Farms

If you’re interested in signing up for a share from a local CSA farm, there are several in Western Wisconsin! These are a few. Several of them even deliver their shares to our store for pickup throughout the season.

Blue Ox Farm
Lamb Shares • Wheeler, WI
Pick Up at our Store: No

Caleb and Lauren raise a herd of grass-fed lambs using rotational grazing practices on their land in Wheeler, Wisconsin. They offer lamb shares for purchase on their website year-round, with multiple pickup locations available in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

EB Ranch
Multiple Shares • Ridgeland, WI
Pick Up at our Store: No

Erin and Bob raise a small herd of endangered San Clemente goats, as well as chickens, ducks, and guineas. They offer goat milk soap shares, as well as multiple meat shares that are available for purchase online and can be picked up at their farm in Ridgeland.

Mary Dirty Face Farm
Fruit Shares • Menomonie, WI
Pick Up at our Store: Yes

Rachel, Anton, and their two children grow certified organic fruits, including apples, berries, and more. They offer full fruit shares and apple shares for purchase on their website in early spring. Both are available for pickup from Menomonie Market Food Co-op.

Racing Heart Farm
Vegetable Shares • Colfax, WI
Pick Up at our Store: Yes

Les and Els are first-generation farmers who grow a variety of vegetables using the no-till method. They offer vegetable shares for purchase online in early spring, which can be picked up from our co-op.

Wagon Wheel Gardens
Multiple Shares • Woodville, WI
Pick Up at our Store: Yes

Wagon Wheel Gardens is a family farm located in Woodville, Wisconsin. They offer vegetable, fruit, egg, and honey shares available for purchase by calling 715-441-4808. All can be picked up at our co-op.

Winnowburrow Farm & Florals
Flower Shares • Colfax, WI
Pick Up at our Store: Yes

Bonnie runs this small, sustainable family farm and full-serve floral design business. She offers multiple flower shares that are available for purchase online and can be picked up from our co-op.

This article was originally published in the March/April 2021 issue of our bi-monthly newsletter, The Morsel. If you’d like to read more stories like this one and stay up to date on the latest co-op news and events, pick up a print copy in-store on your next grocery run or find more news on our website here.

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