Reviews for: Prairie Winds Farm
By: Kathy Bennett (Sep 27, 2013)
Gorgeous fleece. Exactly what I was looking for. I could not be happier with this purchase. Fast shipping, great product. Thank you! =o)
Nice fleece wonderful farm
By: sabrina berardozzi (Jun 1, 2013)
This is a very interesting mixed breed fleece with many of the characteristics from each breed represented. The fleece character ranges from curly Cotswold to downy shetland an the strength of Icelandic. It was very clean of vegetable matter and low in lanolin. It was also moderately soft like a Corriedale fleece. The farm owners were very nice and communication was superb. The samples were a nice treat. I would love to do business with them again.
Great CSA and Free Range Eggs
By: (Sep 14, 2011)
I love Prairie Winds Farm's CSA! It has been a blessing this year with no time to grow a garden. CSA is way beyond a home garden since the selection is so much broader. Fresh produce in abundance with extra goodies like free range eggs. We get great things in our basket every week and barely buy any produce from the store!
Coming out to the farm and picking the produce is part of the wholesome, healing experience of getting back in touch with local farmers and slow food. Definitely recommend this CSA for home canners.
On a more personal note I do animal rescue and the Prairie Winds' free range eggs have helped me nurse a quite literally starved dog back to life. With this as part of his regime, he has gone from a septic, skin and bones mess with no fur, to having his fur grow back, gain weight, and even prance and play, in about 10 days. If this is what the food does for a dog just imagine what it can do for us.
Wonderful place for the whole family!
By: Susan Greutman (Jan 1, 2009)
Prairie Winds Farm is a rare jewel. Since first visiting the farm in the spring of 2008, I have returned time and time again with my children. Charlotte, the owner/farmer, is very kind and knowledgeable. She welcomes anyone of any age to come explore farm life at Praire Winds Farm. My children, although still young, have had many wonderful experiences riding horses, feeding goats and rabbits, harvesting eggs from the chickens, digging potatoes, and just running around being kids. One of their favorite activities is taking a ride on the trails through the prairie, being pulled along in a cart by "Buddy" the horse. And, they are always happy to bring home some wonderful honey that Charlotte gets from her own bee hives. We plan on visitng the farm on a regular basis as soon as the weather warms up a bit. It is a great learning experience, and the country air is fabulous!