At Valley Pasture Farm in Elk Mound, Wisconsin, we sell farm-fresh eggs, meat from animals raised right on our pastures, and beautiful Fall produce. We almost always have chicken eggs available and seasonally have frozen chicken, lamb, pork, and beef to purchase. Many of the animals we raise are heritage breeds that thrive on a grass based diet. Learn more about heritage breeds from The Livestock Conservancy. Be sure to get on our waiting list for meat!
In September and October each year, Valley Pasture Farm invites you to the farm for our Fall Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch. Attractions include a corn maze, spooky trail, straw forts, giant slide, farm animals, and more. NEW in 2016 check out our hay maze, yard games, and pick-your-own pumpkin patch. It’s sure to be a fun time for the whole family! We are conveniently located just off of I-94 and State Highway 29, between Eau Claire and Menomonie.
A little more about us…
After more than 10 years of searching for a farm to call our own, we were able to purchase 76 acres of Wisconsin farmland in December of 2013. What started as my husband’s childhood dream, grew into a family goal and is now our reality. We love farm animals and have a passion for locally grown “real” food and sustainable agriculture. We also enjoy sharing our farm with the community. In 2015, we began welcoming guests to Valley Pasture Farm during our Fall Harvest Festival and Pumpkin Patch.
My husband, Scott, is the farmer. He grew up working on his uncle’s dairy farm in Bloomer, WI. After graduating college with a degree in agriculture, he has been focusing on grain farming. His love for working with animals stayed with him though, which led us to purchasing our own farm and raising animals for meat. He has a true passion for all things agriculture.
I am the farmer in-training. It’s what happens when a city girl falls in love with a farmer. I am a computer programmer by day, but dream about farming all night. We have 5 children ranging from toddler to teenager that take up a good amount of my time, but I squeeze in trips to the barn and walks in the pasture as much as I can. Since purchasing the farm, I have become very interested in homesteading, natural living, clean eating and becoming self-sustainable – follow the blog for tips, recipes, and more about my passions!