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Posts By Copper Kettle Farm

E-Commerce, Sustainable and Organic Growing Practices Drive Growth of Startup Garlic Farm in Wisconsin

April 9, 2012 |

The following sustainable farm profile was submitted by Greg and Cathy Kosmeder, the owners of Copper Kettle Farm in Wisconsin. It is the first in a series of farm profiles that Seedstock plans to publish on an ongoing basis in order to promote sustainable agriculture and the farmers embracing sustainable and organic growing practices. If you run a sustainable farming operation and would like to submit a profile of your farm for publication on the site, please click on the following link for details: submit a farm profile! 

Sustainable Farm Profile: Copper Kettle Farm

What is the story of how your farm came to be? 

The Copper Kettle Farm was originally a horse farm from 1986 until 2009. In 2009 the Copper Kettle Farm ceased operations for the horse farm. Recognizing there is an increasing local demand for healthy food products, [we] made the decision to begin growing natural high quality gourmet garlic on the acreage that was once horse pasture. Read More