Farm Visits


Hasselmann Farm 1While we truly do love getting to know our customers, and love when people visit – we are absolutely a “working farm.” And given that its only our family (and one part time farm hand) working the farm, it can be very hard for us to stop working when someone drops by to visit. We spend much of our days out in the barns caring for the animals, out in the field tending crops, or out in pasture chasing down pigs and cows. As a result, we usually are dirty from working in these conditions, and it is hard for us to stop what we are doing and get cleaned up to handle products and take care of customers. When customers randomly drop by, it makes it extremely difficult for us to get our farm work done.

We know that our customers want to see for themselves how we raise our animals, and we appreciate that! And for that reason we set aside two Saturdays a month (see Our Calender) to make ourselves available for folks to come by and pick up orders at the farm.  It gives you a chance to see our farm in action, pick up some tasty products – and gives us a chance to chat for a bit without falling behind on chores! We encourage you to take advantage of those Saturdays and come by then. If you can’t make it on those Saturdays, and need to make arrangements to pick up orders on a different day, we can generally accommodate this as well as long as you give us a few days notice.  Please note we are CLOSED ON SUNDAYS.

While we’d love to have a farm store, and staff on hand to show you around – we cannot offer that at this point.  This farm is our home, and our livelihood, and we hope that our customers understand.

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.

I have had great service and amazing beef, eggs, and pork from Hasselmann's. I am looking forward to a nice huge turkey for Thanksgiving! Lisa T. Oregon, IL