Open Daily 9-6pm

Don’t Miss out!

There’s just a few days left to asparagus season! Don’t miss out! Get some soon!

Here’s 3 ways:
👉Head up to our self-serve farm store, open daily 9-6pm. Drive on out to the Patch and follow the signs to our garage where asparagus, eggs, and more are for sale.
👉We attend two markets weekly.
Thursday (5/30), Mt. Horeb Farmers Market, 3-6:30pm.
Saturday (6/1), Mineral Point Market 8:30-11am.
At both markets you can get our amazingly fresh asparagus, rhubarb, and many other great items to create tantalizing meals.😋
💵 Currently at the Patch, we accept Cash, Check, or payment via QR code.
👉 Stop by and grab some fresh produce, as well as, farm fresh eggs, tangy dilly beans, local honey, and pure Wisconsin maple syrup.
📱Please call ahead to place an order if you’re wanting more than 10#s of either rhubarb or asparagus.
🚫 Sorry, there are no pick-your-own activities available at the Patch currently.

Strawberry Season Update:

Strawberry season is approaching quickly and we don’t want you to miss out!

🍓We are seeing less and less blossoms and more and more green berries at the Patch! Farmer Ed has been weeding those pesky dandelions out, and the fields are almost ready for the season.

📧You can find updates in the coming weeks and throughout strawberry season by signing up for  our newsletter, as well as checking for daily updates on our socials, and here on our website.

Are you ready?🥳
📆 We are anticipating our start date to be sometime between June 6-12th.
⏳ The season typically lasts only 2-3 weeks.

👍 ❤️ Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates on opening day, conditions in the Patch, and picking hours.

Count on us this year to provide you with fresh goodness throughout the seasons. From fresh picked asparagus and rhubarb to our fall raspberries, pumpkins, and squash with loads of deliciousness in between including our strawberries, sugar snap peas, green beans, sweet corn, baby potatoes, and lots more. You can find it all at the Patch or at one of our favorite Farmers Markets.

Hope to see you in the Patch or at market soon!

Farmer Kathy and Farmer Ed


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