Farmers Ed and Kathy Bures established Bures Berry Patch in 2001 to provide you with locally grown, fresh, high-quality fruits and vegetables in a family farm environment.

We have been fruit and vegetable farmers for over 18 years and have been working professionally in the farming industry for a combined total of over 50 years. In addition, we are members of the Wisconsin Berry Growers Association, where Ed has served as both a board member and association president, as well as hosted several field days throughout the years. We employ all of our efforts and knowledge to achieve sustainability. We provide a fun and beautiful farm experience through friendly, helpful staff members that are committed to clean, weed-free fields and a neat, efficient sales area. Our mission is customer satisfaction and delight, while our goal is generations of Bures produce farmers.

"I drive down from Madison each year. The Bures patch is awesome. You can actually smell the berries in the air and the friendly atmosphere is wonderful! I fill my freezer with Bures berries and have them every morning with breakfast throughout the year."
~ Faith from Madison

Our primary selection of produce includes asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, sugar snap peas, red and German butterball potatoes, green beans, sunflowers, raspberries, sweet corn, pumpkins, squash, and fall ornamentals. While most of our produce is already picked when you arrive at the Patch, you can also choose to pick your own strawberries, peas, and pumpkins. For our full selection of produce and each crop’s season, check out Our Seasons page.

In addition to selling our delicious produce on the farm, we also sell at farmers’ markets. Our main markets are the Mineral Point Market (Saturday mornings from 8:30 to 11 am) and the Mount Horeb Farmers’ Market (Thursday afternoons from 3:00 to 6:30 pm). Then in late summer we also attend the Dane County Farmers’ Market through the end of the season.

PLEASE NOTE: Our hours and produce availability depend highly on the weather and the crop. To get the most up-to-date information about the patch before heading out, please check out our Now In The Patch page.

We hope to see you in the patch soon!