Branding Iron Roadhouse Farm-to-Fork Eatery with Fearing Angus Beef


The Branding Iron is a true farm-to-fork restaurant serving delicious food, cooked to order, and made from locally grown Fearing Angus beef and other locally produced products. Your traditional Wisconsin Friday Night Fish Fry comes hot from the fryer to your plate, and, if you want a medium-rare burger, just ask!

Branding Iron Roadhouse Farm-to-Fork Eatery with Fearing Angus Beef2022-03-15T18:11:37+00:00

Carr Valley Cheese


Nestled amongst the rolling hills and lush pastures of central Wisconsin, Carr Valley Cheese remains a staple of Wisconsin cheesemaking tradition. Stop by our retail store and try any one of our over 100 varieties of cheese; you will be greeted with a warm smile and a staff eager to answer all your cheese related questions!

Carr Valley Cheese2021-06-15T17:20:20+00:00

Country Roots Creations with Guests Gef’s Special Blend Seasoning


Reid and Heather Broughton are 5th generation farmers living between Loganville and Hillpoint Wisconsin. They have two small children that help farm alongside them each day. As parents, they take great pride and joy sharing and teaching the next generation about hard work, as well as ethical and sustainable farming practices.

Country Roots Creations with Guests Gef’s Special Blend Seasoning2022-07-08T15:37:17+00:00

Ernest Hupeden’s Painted Forest with Guest Reedsburg Artslink


Between 1899 and 1902, Ernest Hupeden, a German folk painter, covered the complete interior of Valton’s Modern Woodmen of America meeting hall with vivid, imaginative scenes presenting the vision and aspirations of this fraternal society. Edgewood College maintains this restored folk art treasure, fostering its educational role through programs open to the general public.

Ernest Hupeden’s Painted Forest with Guest Reedsburg Artslink2021-07-08T14:11:46+00:00

608 Honey Company


I grew up on my family’s farm working with my Dad. In my mind, the memories of milking cows, making hay, and harvesting corn simply can’t be beat. From the very beginning I knew that the farm is where I belong. In 2015 I took over the farm, and have since been placing stones in its foundation so that some day I may pass it to my kids. Today, my wife and I own and operate Kruse Farms from our home in Hillpoint. We grow and market all natural pork, pasture raised beef, lamb, and honey. Our mission is pretty simple, to provide your family the best products we can.

608 Honey Company2023-08-16T06:03:29+00:00

Mary’s Organic Farm with Guest Artist Robert Hare Sr.


After Mary moved to Wisconsin, she started farming by growing organic heritage grains. However, she wanted to move away from aggressively tilling the soil for weed control. After cropping, Mary and Rob started with a few organic chickens, a rescue horse and goats with a penchant for escaping. After hearing about rotational grazing at an organic conference in winter of 2018, things fell into place and Mary and Rob bought a herd of Belted Galloway’s who needed a place to live immediately. This winter hardy breed was perfect for their 24-acre organically certified pasture atop a ridge in Plain, Wisconsin.

Mary’s Organic Farm with Guest Artist Robert Hare Sr.2023-09-20T16:40:21+00:00

Country Junk


Dan and Shari Stolte live on a 4th generation farm on the corner of Narrows Creek and Narrows Valley Road. We are happy and excited to be part of the Hill and Valley Tour. We enjoy gardening, crafting and collecting. People have said our salsa and spaghetti sauce needed to be shared, so we are opening our summer kitchen and greenhouse for everyone to come and visit. Come visit and enjoy what we have to offer.

Country Junk2024-05-24T19:22:26+00:00

Plain Pastures


Plain Pastures is a family-owned farm established in 2017 by the Terry Wehler family. With their children Kelsey and Kolton's assistance, they actively raise llamas, alpacas, and grass-finished beef on 92 acres of rotationally grazed pastures. Terry grew up farming on this very same land.

Plain Pastures2024-05-24T18:42:41+00:00



Birth of the Mead King You might be wondering how this all got started. Well, as with most things, good friends and alcohol were involved! I took a mead brewing class from my friend Bo, back in 2009. He convinced me that I should buy some supplies to “practice with” (about $150 worth). By the time my first batch was complete, I was entranced with this magical elixir. You could say it was love at first sip!


McWilliams Heritage Farm


Erin and Scott VanGrinsven are the sixth generation raising their family on the McWilliams Heritage Homestead. Alongside their eight children they are living the simple life on 60 rolling acres in the picturesque Sauk county.

McWilliams Heritage Farm2021-08-17T14:48:17+00:00
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