Welcome to the 2013 growing season!! Soil preparation
and planting are beginning here at Froggy Meadow. This year you can expect a lot of great Hardneck Garlic,
French Red and Grey Shallots, and Edamame. Look forward to French
Fingerling and German Butterball Potatoes, tender "New Potatoes" are our specialty.
Also on the menu there are Uchiki Kuri Squash, Sweet Lightning Squash, Black Futsu Squash, Sugar Ann Snap Peas, Lancelot Leeks,
Ground Cherries, Various exotic eggplants, cucumbers, melons, and other interesting products.
We'll be at farmers markets in June with great tasting Garlic Scapes and Snap Peas so keep an
eye on this website for announcement of our first market day.
Thanks to all my great customers and I look forward to seeing
you again this year.
Welcome to Froggy
Meadow Farm. We are a small family operated farm located a few miles west of Beloit, Wisconsin. Using organic
methods, we produce a small selection of high quality, naturally raised crops. We are committed to using sustainable
agriculture. Absolutely no herbicides, pesticides, or chemical fertilizers are used in our fields. Our mission is to
provide you and your family with healthy safe food that is locally grown.
Our primary crop here at Froggy Meadow is
Fresh Organic Wisconsin Edamame. Edamame is the finest grade of edible soybean and is harvested at its peak for use as a fresh bean. Our
other main crops are Hardneck Garlic and Shallots. We also produce a variety of other products such as Honey, Beeswax, Popcorn, Raspberries, Black Walnuts, Morel Mushrooms, and many vegetables available in season.
Please take a look through our site to learn about the products we offer and how to get them.
agriculture excells at producing vast quantities of food in a very efficient manner. Unfortunately the cost of this
type of production is a reduction in food quality and a heavy reliance on chemicals to fight weeds and pests. These
industrial methods are not friendly to the land or to you the consumer. Small farms like Froggy Meadow have sprung back to life all over our country as the demand for safe healthy foods has grown. To be sure of the
quality of your food you need to deal with someone you can trust, an individual farmer, not a large corporation. Food
that is local reduces the amount of fuel used to transport products. Food from other countries may be cheaper but consider
how much energy is wasted bringing you that Chinese honey or blueberries from South America. Don't trust questionable
organic labeling on products, instead develop a relationship with a local farm where you can see how your food is grown.
Please support the American family farm.