Scotch Hill Farm is a small diversified family farm with certified organic crops in Southern Wisconsin. We have operated a CSA since 1994. The farm offers standard & large 20-week subscriptions, fall shares and flower shares. The farm has approximately 10 acres in certified organic vegetables and 30 acres in field crop production. Weekly newsletters tell members what’s in the share box, food for thought, farm happenings, recipes and reminders of farm events.
Our farm includes a small dairy goat herd, flock of sheep, poultry and a couple pigs each summer. Farm animals are integrated into farm production for soil fertility and to supplement primary income from crops. We have worked to help preserve heritage breeds of domesticated farm animals and to coach and mentor animal husbandry through 4-H programs, county and state fair exhibition, as well as field days & workshops for 20 years. Many seasons farm apprentices have spent the summer at Scotch Hill Farm learning organic growing skills and the basic of CSA operation. Children of all ages enjoy visiting the farm animals, exploring the gardens and learning how everything works together to contribute to our farm.
Farmers Tony & Dela have had several opportunities to travel to Africa with the Farmer to Farmer training program to teach. Farming is a challenging lifestyle and we are committed to helping others who want to farm. Our CSA members commitment to our farm helps make it possible for us to sustain our farm and to help teach others both at home and abroad. The health of all people and our planet depends on sustainable agricultural practices everywhere. By participating in CSA you are helping make the world a better place.