Do you offer farm tours?

We do not currently offer farm tours as ours is a working farm. We are usually out in the field or in the barns working, and it is difficult to take time away from chores to offer formal tours. However, we ALWAYS welcome customers to come on out to the farm to pick up orders. If we have time, we’re happy to show you around a bit if we have time. And given that our chickens are out wondering around, our cattle are out in the fields, and our pigs rolling around in the mud – well, its impossible not to get a good feel of our farm just by pulling in the driveway.

 

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Did you know?

Female chickens are called pullets for their first year or until they begin to lay eggs. Then, they are called hens.

A few words from our customers.

Scott Hasselmann and his family produce THE BEST tasting pork, beef, chicken and eggs. I know when I purchase their products that I am feeding my family the absolutely healthiest meat available. But don't take my word for it. Check out their farming practices and philosophy on their website. Thanks, Scott, for putting in all those long hours and hard work. My family and I are truly grateful. Lynne Devaney, Geneva, IL