New Era Farm, Inc.

Originally homesteaded in 1878, our farm was reborn as New Era Farm in 2005. The land had been fallow for twenty years and we reclaimed it for organic farming, receiving MOSA certification in 2008. Situated in the heart of Amish farmland in Vernon County, the farm's rich bio-diversity allows for natural buffer zones of wetlands, forest and meadows. Woman owned, this farm is a true small family farm utilizing sustainable growing practices to produce delicious, nutrient enhanced food.

Crops include wild and cultivated fruits including strawberries,black berries, raspberries. rhubarb, plums and heirloom apples. Additionally, we grow a broad spectrum of herbs, garlic, heirloom vegetables and cut flowers for restaurants, retailers and CSA clients. We are seeking additional clients for our Wisconsin CSA program within a 40 mile radius of our farm.

We also offer a variety of jams and jellies made from our own organic crops that can be purchased through our website. Our plans also include the addition of free range chickens for organic egg production. Through partnership with a local rancher we also offer all natural free range grazier beef.

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Listing last updated on May 9, 2012

Woman owned, Certified Organic Farm in Cashton, Wisconsin. We grow 20 varieties of culinary herbs, over 50 varieties of vegetables, offer flowers and jams and jellies made from our wild berry and cultivated fruit crops. Contact us through our website if you would like to become a CSA client, or if you have an interest in ordering a specific product.



Season:  June through October

Type:  single farm

Since:  2008

# of Shares:  60

Full Share:  WI -$350 for every other week share -larger shares avail. for larger families

Work Req?  No


Schedule and Location:

We currently have Wisconsin drop sites in Cashton and Viroqua , others may be established as 2012 contracts come in.



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