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FARMERS MARKETS

APPLETON

Saturdays, we can be found at the Downtown Appleton Farmers’ Market.  We are at this market almost the entire year; June 20-October 31 in 2015.  In the summer, it is located on College Avenue and our booth was located near Charles’ Florist and The Wooden Nickel (We will update this if that changes).

**2015-2016 APPLETON WINTER MARKET DATES**

December 19th, January 23rd, February 20th, March 12th, April 16th & 30th, May 14th & 28th

(Shipping is available while it’s cold outside.)

Occasionally, we will also be at other food events too.  Please check our Facebook page or calendar for more information.

We also sell our products off of the farm, and if we have time we can show you around too.  Just call ahead to make sure we’re there.

RESTAURANTS

These businesses support local farms including our own, and use one or more of our products.  Please support them whenever you can, and find other businesses supporting local food as well.

Madison, WI

The Underground Food Collective

Oliver’s Public House

Heritage Tavern

Gotham Bagels

Salvatore’s Tomato Pies

Bradbury’s

A Pig In A Furcoat

Metcalfe’s Market Hilldale

*We have also worked with these establishments in the past: Merchant, Tornado Steakhouse, Nostrano, Alchemy, L’Etoile, Graze, Sujeo

*WINTER MEAT CSA ALSO AVAILABLE EACH YEAR IN MADISON*

Appleton, WI

The Source Public House

The Free Market

Nutrition Discount Center

Lawrence University

Stevens Point, WI

Nutrition Discount Center

More exciting locations to come in 2015!!

Testimonials

My family and I have been purchasing Nami Moon chickens for over a year and we could never go back to grocery store chicken. Not only do we have piece of mind that these chickens were raised humanely and with great food and care, we also know it is the best chicken we have EVER tasted. When you bake a Nami Moons chicken, the whole house smells like heaven. We have used their stock kits and those k…
Lisa and Gene HoodAppleton, WI
Nami Moon is the ideal example of what to look for in a farm. In addition to their strong commitment to the local food movement and responsibly-raised products, you’ll also find that everything they offer is delicious. For me it’s important to not only know where my food is coming from and how it has been treated, but also to have the opportunity to develop relationships with the people behind…
Ted MulveyOshkosh, WI
Chris and Maria practice sustainable agriculture and humane livestock husbandry practices, pasture raising heritage breeds, keeping the strains alive for flavor diversity. They even have a farm sanctuary area where they place poultry that is pecked and bullied by the other poultry, so they can enjoy some quality of life before processing