A home based store with hand-dyed and hand-painted yarns and roving, along with wonderfully soft alpaca related gifts Surialpacas of Peruvian and Bolivian heritage, are bred fro solid, well-shaped animals with strong lock structure and easy to manage disposition. You can come to the farm and see these lovely gentle animals. Just call ahead to arrange for a visit.
Farmers implement sells a wide variety of quality products, and has a staff of over 20 employees with years of experience and knowledge. Product lines includes: Agco tractors, Hesston hay equipment, Gehl skid loaders, H & S equipment, Trioliet TMRs, Jonsered chain saws and Cub Cadet lawn and garden equipment, as well as a full line of Kawasaki and Arctic Cat ATVs and utility vehicles.
The Iowa County Fair is held annually on Labor Day weekend, Thursday – Monday. Exhibits, grandstand events, midway entertainment and food. A fun way to end the summer vacation!
The fairgrounds and buildings are also available for rent for parties, receptions and other special events. Camping is available on a self-check in basis when the fairgrounds are not in use.
Red Horse Farm, aided and guided by Rosie and Ginger, two red Clydes grows natural hay and produce. They raise a flock of fiber llamas and sheep, whose fleece is hand processed, dyed, spun and woven there. Additionally, they produce a small line of historically inspired weaving looms.
A small diversified vegetable farm with a commitment to selling locally. Crops include salad greens, heirloom tomatoes, and a cornucopia of organically grown vegetables. You can find them at the Mineral Point Farmers Market every Saturday, May-October or sign up for their CSA.
Our family business follows the traditional forestry techniques of the Native Americans of Northern Wisconsin. We let our trees grow as long as they are healthy and vigorous, carefully salvaging just a part of our annual growth, the majority of which is either dead or dying trees. Winner of the 2015 Earth Day award for “Most Sustainable Small Business in WI,” we pride ourselves on sustainability and earth friendly practices; from taking trees from our forest, milling them on site, drying the wood in solar kilns and ultimately handcrafting beautiful wood products including flooring, cabinetry, cutting boards, unique lasered gifts and more.
Our Black Angus Beef farm has been in the Marr family since 1874 — proudly celebrating 141 years in 2015! We are the fourth generation, second consecutive brother-sister team to own and operate the business. We sell directly from the farm to consumers, local restaurants, and local retailers. In addition to individual cuts, you can purchase a quarter, half, or whole animal.