We are farmers committed to cultivating a regenerative ecosystem by growing real food, improving the health and resilience of our soils, protecting the safety of our water, and investing in the vitality of our rural community.
Our flour and cornmeal are produced simply by grinding grain between two stones, a technique that is centuries old. Stone milling maintains the grain’s integrity to produce flour that is more fresh, flavorful and nutritious. We also sell whole grains for home milling or cooking.
In addition to milling grains, we grow a variety of dry edible beans - Eclipse Black Beans, Heirloom Jacob’s Cattle Beans, Cranberry Beans, and Heirloom Calypso Beans. We’re here to stock your pantry with the highest quality, most delicious, staple foods.
Farming for flavor: tips for Cooking with what we grow
With backgrounds as professional cooks, John and Halee enjoy cooking and baking with the whole grains, flour, cornmeal, and beans grown on the farm. On our blog you’ll find recipes, as well as updates from the field.
We’ve been lucky enough to be guests on NPR: On Point, and have our story told by Civil Eats, CBS Evening News, Wisconsin Foodie, and more.