A red door means “welcome”

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A red door is a welcoming symbol that spans many cultures and traditions. In addition to providing nourishing and delicious food, we invite you to be a part of our farm and feel welcome as you get to know your food, your farmers, and your neighbors

Red Door Family Farm is a Certified Organic small diversified farm in Athens, Wisconsin. We grow 10 acres of vegetables, fruits, and mushrooms for CSA, Farmers Markets, and local Restaurant sales. Our CSA (community supported agriculture) program is always our first priority. Our members are committed to our farm and therefore we make our commitment to them to always give them our best. We have four hoop houses allowing for a large capacity for season extension, long term storage crops, and the highest quality tomatoes. We also host farm-to-table dinners on our farm throughout the summer.

Look for us in restaurants, grocery stores, or at Wausau’s year-round farmers market, or ensure the choicest produce our farm has to offer by joining our CSA!

As farmers, we believe in making a food system that support rural communities, promotes health, and is sustainable economically and environmentally.

Join our CSA through this easy mail-in form!

Our Products
– Wide assortment of organic vegetables and fruits
– Winter salad greens
– Storage vegetables
– Mushrooms
– pastured organic fed chickens
– pastured organic fed ducks
– maple syrup
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Red Door Family Farm Green peppers are awesome... until the red peppers move in!!! Yessss.08.19.2019 at 04:52 pm
Red Door Family Farm A couple of Wisconsin farm kids. 😂😂😂08.19.2019 at 01:49 am
Red Door Family Farm See you soon!! Broccoli sale and boxes of paste tomatoes available (limited)!08.17.2019 at 01:15 pm
Red Door Family Farm Here comes the food!! See you at the market tomorrow!! #itson #eatlikeyourlifedependsonit08.16.2019 at 05:48 pm
Red Door Family Farm Cauliflower and broccoli are loving this summer’s cooler weather. Get some at the Saturday market!08.15.2019 at 04:51 pm


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