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Thursday Markets at the Farm

June 17 @ 12:00 pm - 5:30 pm CDT

Free

We’re excited to announce the return of our Thursday afternoon farm markets at our century farm during the 2021 season. Through the use of regenerative farming practices we produce the finest certified organic fruits, vegetables, beef and confectionaries. We are honored to have your support which affirms our passion of stewarding the Earth while producing wholesome food that nourishes and restores both body and soul.
~Join us on the Farm & Eat Local~
May 13th through October 14th
Noon – 5:30pm
Beef, Berry Toppings and Red Heirloom Popcorn available weekly.
{produce available in season}
Asparagus – Mid May – Mid June
Zucchini – Mid June – Mid August
Cucumbers- July – September
Blueberries – July – August
Peppers (hot & sweet ) Mid July – October
Sweet Corn – Late July- Mid-September
Watermelon – Late July – September
Cantaloupe – Late July – August
Honeydew – August – September
Tomatoes – Mid July – October
Cash or Check
Facemasks Required
Pre-orders welcomed
Cell# 715-495-4104

Details

Date:
June 17
Time:
12:00 pm - 5:30 pm CDT
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

Wheatfield Hill Organics
N5457 Hwy 25
Durand, WI 54736 United States
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Phone:
715-495-4104

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