Thank you for visiting the Flowing River Farm website!
The name "Flowing River Farm" comes from the natural currents of the Trempealeau River and Muir creek that flow through our property. The homestead of Flowing River Farm currently sits on 220 acres in the beautiful western Wisconsin. We also purchased an additional farm from relatives in the Buffalo County hill country. Both farms have been converted to certified organic for crop production. We currently grow an assortment of organic-certified crops, including: corn, alfalfa, Timothy and meadow fescue hay, and other cover crops.
We have adopted a natural approach to our livestock production. Along with the cropland, we have a beef cattle operation that consists of primarily Red Angus cows. We also sell cattle, lambs and goats as natural meat. Our wool comes from our flock of sheep with breeds of Lincoln, Dorset, North Country Cheviot, and Ill de France. Our farm is also home to a goose, a dog, and many cats.
We feel richly blessed to share the bounty of our land with you! Thank you for visiting our website.
Doc Tom& Sue Roskos
Farm & Ranch Living Magazine - Featured Family Farm
Our farm was one of four family farms featured in the February/March 2012 issue of Farm & Ranch Living magazine. Click HERE to read more about our farm through the daily diary of owner, Sue Roskos.
For more great farm-related stories, check out Farm & Ranch Living magazine at www.farmandranchliving.com.