Iowa County & Bordering Communities Local Producers Guide 2009-2010 1 Table of Contents Page 1……………….Cover Page 2……………….Table of Contents Page 3……………….Local Farmers Markets Page 4……………….The Local Advantage Page 5……………….Where Are They Located Page 6………………..Southwest Counties of Wisconsin Pages 7-9…………….Dairy Producers Pages 10-14…………...Fruit and Vegetable Producers Pages 15-18………….Meat and Poultry Producers Pages 19-20………….Wine/Brewery Producers Pages 21-23………….Garden Centers/Flower Producers Pages 24-25………….Specialty/Gifts Producers Page 26………………Ordering More Copies 2 Seasonal Farmers‟ Markets In Iowa County Cobb Every Wednesday Location: Peace Lutheran Church 3:00pm-7:00pm Contact Person: Linda Enloe (608) 943-8501 ● Dodgeville Every Saturday Location: United Methodist Church Parking Lot 327 N. Iowa St. Downtown Dodgeville 8:00am-11:30am Last Saturday in June and goes until the third weekend in October Contact Person: Luella Schutte (608) 935-3276 ● Mineral Point Every Saturday Location: Water Tower Park 8:30am-11:00am First Saturday in May and goes until the third weekend in October Contact Person: Lois Federman (608) 987-2097 Jenny Bonde (608) 967-2319 Website: http://www.mineralpointmarket.com ● Spring Green Every Saturday Location: In front of South Albany studios and shops 9:00am-12:00pm Contact Person: Jennifer Kerr (608) 574-4569 3 The Local Advantage Why all this emphasis on local? Why Choosing locally is a great choice!!! ● Buying local… helps farmers and other producers. Selling directly to customers helps farmers set their own price and helps the consumer out as well by not having to travel as far to buy farm fresh. ● Buying local…supports local businesses. By supporting local farmers, you support the local economy as well. ● Buying local…preserves farmland. Keeping farmers in business means maintaining farmland. ● Buying local…tastes better and it‟s better for you. Food purchased locally and in season is fresher, of higher quality and much more flavorful. ● Buying local…connects farmers and consumers. Informed consumers want to know how and who is producing their food. ● Buying local…lowers transportation costs and energy costs. This makes the quality, taste, and freshness of the products better. 4 Where are they located at? Each producer has a map number that corresponds to their location on the map below. 5 Below are the counties of Southwest Wisconsin. Each producer’s number is in a color, that color corresponds with the county they are in. For example: the red circle is around the green number 22. If you look at the county maps Iowa County is Green meaning that this producer is located in Iowa County. The number 22 also corresponds with their location on the big Iowa County Map as well which is located on the previous page. Rolling Hills Stock Farm Gene Schriefer 2409 County Y Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-987-4337 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: None Map Number: 22 Seasonally available grass finished lamb and beef. We strive to produce a high quality, natural product with great eating quality. We do not utilize added hormones or antibiotics in our production protocol. Sauk County Iowa County Grant County Lafayette County Dane County Green County 6 DAIRY Arena Cheese Bill Hanson 300 Highway 14 Arena, WI 53503 Phone: 608-753-2501 Email: email@example.com Website: www.arenacheese.com Map Number: 1 We are home of the famous Co-Jack Cheese. So stop on in and get your supply today. We also offer a viewing window in our retail store, for people to watch cheese being made. Also serving fresh cheese curds daily. Blue Marble Family Farm Nick & Kim Kirch 7571 Kirch Road Barneveld, WI 53507 Phone: 608-924-2721 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.bluemarblefamilyfarm.com Map Number: 44 We believe that consumers do care about the quality and environment of origin of their milk, and most of the foods they consume. That‟s why we work so hard to ensure extraordinary quality. Quality is a measurable commodity and we believe we‟re raising the standard of excellence. Consumers have a right to know where their milk comes from and how it is produced. We test all of our milk to make sure that it is 100% all natural. No drugs, no hormones, no chemicals. Our cows are grass fed and our milk is simply the freshest, highest quality available. With our single source approach, it is "grown," pasteurized and bottled, in glass bottles, right here at the farm, and delivered within hours, directly to a retail outlet near you. We produce whole, 2%, 1% and chocolate milk, heavy cream, raspberry smoothies, half & half, plain yogurt and buttermilk. Please visit our website to find out where our products can be purchased or to learn more about our home delivery service. 7 Brunkow’s Cheese Mary Geissbuhler 17975 Hwy F Darlington, WI 53530 Phone: 608-776-3716 Email: email@example.com Website: none Brunkow Cheese has been producing cheese in Darlington, Wisconsin, since 1899. We are a family owned and operated company that sources mild from small neighboring dairies to make artisanal cheeses. All our methods are traditional, our recipes old world, and our methods sustainable. We create cheeses by the hard work of our hands. We believe quality cheese begins with quality milk, and so accept nothing less than those standards. But once we have the milk, it is our job to produce a cheese that follows the same standards that we place on the dairy farmers. We do this by making cheeses of quality rather than quantity. Everything we do is done in small batch, or artisan, from. We make all our cheeses with the bare minimum of main ingredients: milk, salt, rennet. We refuse all additives and preservatives, and for this our cheeses are not only better tasting, but healthier. Our goal is not to make or sell the most cheese, but to produce the best cheese in a way sustainable not only to our community but the greater environment. Grassy Way Organics Kallan or Day Dee Maxwell 6476 County Road H Arena, WI 53503 Phone: 608-753-2399 Email: Maxwell@grassywayorganics.com Website: www.grassywayorganics.com Map Number: 45 Grassy Way Organics is a family owned and operated farm. We are a USDA Certified Organic farm proudly producing organic beef, pasture raised chickens, and organic dairy products for the community. Our products are produced the way nature intended. The animals roam freely in the lush green pastures of our family farm are never administered antibiotics or hormones. Their feed is all certified organic and grown on our farm without the use of herbicides or pesticides. As first generation farmers we take a lot of pride in producing quality, healthy food for you and your family. Our dairy products are processed by Westby Cooperative Creamery. We offer organic yogurt, organic cottage cheese, and five different varieties of organic cheese: Sharp Cheddar, Mild Cheddar, Colby, Monterey Jack, and Monterey Jack with Peppers. Orders can be placed on our website or by a stop in at the Dane County Farmers‟ Market! 8 Hook’s Cheese Company, Inc. Tony & Julie Hook 320 Commerce St. Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-3259 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 2 We have been making award winning cheeses in the Mineral Point area for over 30 years. Aged Cheddars, Blue Cheeses, Colby, Parmesan, Swiss Cheeses, and Cheese Curds. Montchevre-Betin Inc. Penny Heisz 303 E. Highway 18 Montfort, WI 53569 Phone: 608-943-6721 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.wfucheese.com Map Number: 3 Visitors are always welcome at our cheese factory and store. You can watch our signature Montorte Blue Cheese and Montforte Gorgonzola cheese being made through the large viewing window in our store. Our store offers a full line of the finest Wisconsin cheeses over the counter or shipped directly to you. Upland Cheese Co. Mike Gingrich 5025 Hwy 23 Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-935-5558 Email: email@example.com Website: www.uplandcheese.com Map Number: 4 Uplands Cheese Co. / Grass Dairy are a rotational grazing farm and cheese manufacturing business in Dodgeville. Our cheese, Pleasant Ridge Reserve, is made on the farm using traditional methods. Our award winning Pleasant Ridge Reserve ( Best of Show at the 2001 and 2005 American Cheese Society competition and U.S. Champion in the WCMA 2003 competition), is a made in the style of French alpine cheeses. The sweet flavors of pasture grasses, herbs and wildflowers permeate every taste. 9 FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Bures Berry Patch Ed & Kathy Bures 3760 West Brigham Rd. Barneveld, WI 53507 Phone: 608-924-1404 Email: none Website: www.buresberrypatch.com Map Number: 5 Bures Berry Patch is a sustainable family owned farm that is committed to providing area consumers with the highest quality produce in addition to a pleasurable farm experience for the entire family. It is a place where families gather to pick the finest produce. Our selection of produce includes, but is not limited to: pre-picked or u-pick strawberries, rhubarb, asparagus, sweet corn, raspberries, pumpkins, squash, gourds and other fall ornamentals. Please call for hours and product availability. Fieldhouse Fruit Farms 313 Polk St. Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-935-3560 Email: Vickie@coexpress.com Website: none Map Number: 6 Green Spirit Farms Andrew & Jennifer Kerr 4352 State Rd. 23 Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-935-7527 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 7 10 Heck’s Farm Market Gary Heck 7266 Hwy 14 Arena, WI Phone: 608-753-2474 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: explorewis.com Map Number: 8 We have been in business over 30 years. We grow numerous crops some include strawberries, sweet corn, melons, squash, pumpkins, beans, tomatoes, peppers, gourds, and Indian corn. Wholesale is a large part of our business. Our fall display is our best eye catcher. James’ Pine-Valley Farm Mary Jean James 5295 E. Pleasant View Rd. Mineral Point, WI 53565 (608) 987-2245 Email: email@example.com Website: none Map Number: 9 We raise Cornish-Rock cross chickens from day old chicks until eight weeks of age. Our chickens are processed at a state inspected facility. We are a family farm operation and dairy farming is our predominate occupation. We sell chicken at the Mineral Point Farmers Market on Saturdays from May through October and also sell privately too many local customers with chicken available throughout the year. 11 Kings Hill Farm Jai Kellum 19370 County Road G Mineral Point, WI 53565 (608) 776-8413 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.kingshillfarm.com Map Number: 46 Kings Hill Farm cares about the overall well being and growth of community. With a wide range of ecosystems, we are able to be as biodiverse as possible through a variety of plants and animals on our unique, vibrant and verdant farm! Our purpose is to develop a permaculture farm that works with the natural systems that surround us rather than in conflict with them. Through the power of team work and on going outreach and education for our community we can all find a more sustainable way. We have available in 2009 CSA membership Certified Organic vegetables, herbs, flowers, and in the near future our edible forests will be certified organic and producing fruits, nuts and berries. Middlebury Hills Camela Decaire 2605 Cty Rd. H Barneveld, WI 53507 Phone: 608-924-1175 Email: email@example.com Website: www.middleburyhills.com Map Number: 10 We bring the simple pleasure of fresh seasonal food straight to your table. In addition to your favorite homegrown fruits and vegetables, we offer pesto, eggs, honey, fresh herbs and cut flowers. Members appreciate our half- and quarter-size share options and our annual garlic-tasting and pumpkin parties. Abandoned for 47 years, our farm is returning to a sustainable life through CSA. Join us, and become part of a new model of family farming. Peck’s Farm Market E3217 Hwy 14-60 Spring Green, WI 53588 Phone: 608-583-4977 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 11 12 Shooting Star Farm Rink DaVee & Jenny Bonde 6970 McNeill Rd. Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-967-2319 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: none Map Number: 12 The Gourd Guy Larry & Terri Haas 2099 Cty Rd E Blue Mounds, WI 53517 Phone: 608-437-1944 Email: email@example.com Website: none Map Number: 13 The Gourd Guy Farm, now in its 15th year, provides quality hard-shell gourds for arts and crafts. Owners Larry (the gourd guy) Haas and his wife Terri Schmit grow over 15 varieties of gourds each year including bushels, dippers, snakes, birdhouses, canteens, apples, kettles, many different varieties of ornamental gourds and luffas (often used in making soaps). We also offer gourd are classes monthly during the summer and will travel to do classes for groups upon request. Also available are classes for boy and girl scouts and other children‟s organizations. Every fall we have an open house, the Fall Gourd Gathering (this year October 20th, 1-4 PM), where we invite artists and gourd art suppliers from the Wisconsin Gourd Society to vend there art to the public. The farm is open daily, year-round. Please call before coming. 13 Two Onion Farm Chris and Juli McGuire 19638 Cottage Inn Road Belmont, WI 53510 Phone: 608-762-5335 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.twoonionfarm.com Map Number: 14 We raise delicious organic vegetables on our 12 acre farm in Belmont, WI. We select vegetable varieties for their flavor, grow them under the best conditions, pick them at the peak of ripeness, and carefully handle them. The deep, fertile, silt loam soil on our farm contributes to the excellent taste of our vegetables, and we strive to maintain our soil fertility by cover cropping, mulching, and composting. For your health and the health of the environment, we use no chemical pesticides or fertilizers to raise our certified organic produce. We offer farm memberships to people who wish to eat our vegetables. From June to October, members receive regular deliveries of the vegetables which are currently ripe on our farm; over the season the boxes include lettuce, tomatoes, carrots, broccoli, cucumbers, onions, green beans, spinach, peppers, cabbage, peas, squash, garlic, and over fifteen other vegetables. Each box also contains a newsletter describing the vegetables and providing cooking tips and recipes. 14 MEAT & POULTRY Cate’s Family Farm Richard Cates 5992 Cty T Spring Green, WI 53588 Phone: 608-588-2836 Email: email@example.com Website: www.catesfamilyfarm.com Map Number: 15 Our natural, delicious tasting beef is from Angus and Jersey steers grown “free-range” in the open air on excellent quality pasture. Steers are 100% grass finished spring through autumn. The steers are raised without added growth hormones, and they do not receive any type of antibiotic for a minimum of nine months prior to processing. Our beef is “aged” to enhance tenderness and allows the full beef flavor to develop. Coyote Creek Angus Beef, LLC Don & Marilyn Dralle 18468 Cty. Hwy. O Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-776-4309 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.ccangus.com Map Number: 16 Don and Marilyn Dralle, CC Angus, located in the beautiful grasslands of Mineral Point, Wisconsin, invite you to experience the difference. They offer you Purebred Black Angus Beef Product at its best…grass finished and locally raised without antibodies, hormones, or preservatives. CC Angus works with nature to produce a leaner, more succulent beef cut with higher nutritional values. 15 Faull’s Meats Glenda Faull 271 Cty Rd. B Montfort, WI 53569 Phone: 608-943-6472 Email: email@example.com Website: none Map Number: 17 We pride ourself in raising top quality beef with great taste along with the comfort of knowing where your beef came from. All of the animals we butcher are bred, born, and raised on our farm. NO implants, starters, or growth hormones are used. Our animals are grazed in large, open pastures, and are later supplemented with grain grown on our farm and FREE of any animal by-products. Call or email us for a brochure, or better yet come and visit our farm. We have meat on hand or we can do special orders. Krause Family Farm Helmuth & Ruth Krause 5632 Cty P Highland, WI 53543 Phone: 608-929-4891 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 18 Every spring we make maple syrup, witch we bottle here on the farm, sell it in sizes from 8 oz. to gallon from the farm, mail order and farmers markets. We also raise hogs and Angus beef, we offer that per package, also we do half or whole hogs, quarter, half or whole beef. Our processing is done at Fennimore Butcher Shop in Fennimore. We also have strawberries, red and black raspberries and blackberries. Local Choice Farm Market Rose Zimmer 140 South Winsted St. Spring Green, WI 53588 Phone: 608-588-2321 Email: LCFM@verizon.net Website: www.localchoicefarmmarket.com Map Number: 19 16 Grassy Way Organics Kallan or Day Dee Maxwell 6476 County Road H Arena, WI 53503 Phone: 608-753-2399 Email: Maxwell@grassywayorganics.com Website: www.grassywayorganics.com Map Number: 45 Grassy Way Organics is a family owned and operated farm. We are a USDA Certified Organic farm proudly producing organic beef, pasture raised chickens, and organic dairy products for the community. Our products are produced the way nature intended. The animals roam freely in the lush green pastures of our family farm are never administered antibiotics or hormones. Their feed is all certified organic and grown on our farm without the use of herbicides or pesticides. As first generation farmers we take a lot of pride in producing quality, healthy food for you and your family. Our beef is processed at a local USDA inspected facility, vacuum packed and flash frozen. We carry individual cuts, summer sausage, beef snack sticks, beef brats and hot dogs. Our products are certified organic and do not contain any added nitrates or MSG. Our chickens are processed at a state inspected facility, vacuum packed and flashed frozen. Orders can be placed on our website or by a stop by the Dane County Farmers‟ Market. Marr Family Farm, LLC Jerry & Nancy Marr 826 Pleasant Street Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-2508 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: None Map Number: 20 Angus and Angus Crossbred Cattle No growth hormones used also very minimal use of antibiotics. High percent of cattle diet is grass with just enough grain used to produce tender, juicy and flavorful beef. All is locally processed and state inspected. Marr’s Valley View Farm, LLC Mike & Joyce Marr Lois Federman & Doral Frost 21471 S. Oak Park Road Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-3096 or 608-987-2097 Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Map Number: 21 17 Rolling Hills Stock Farm Gene Schriefer 2409 County Y Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-987-4337 Email: email@example.com Website: None Map Number: 22 Seasonally available grass finished lamb and beef. We strive to produce a high quality, natural product with great eating quality. We do not utilize added hormones or antibiotics in our production protocol. Ruegsegger Farms Natural Meats Ken & Sherrie Ruegsegger 75 York Valley Rd. Blanchardville, WI 53516 Phone: 608-523-4705 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com Website: www.naturalmeats.org; firstname.lastname@example.org Map Number: 23 We raise 100% grass-fed and -finished Black Angus Beef. Our lamb, eggs, chicken, turkey, veal, and goat are raised free range without the use of hormones, antibiotics or chemicals. Our vegetables include mushrooms, asparagus, rhubarb, strawberries, onions, Swiss chard and much more. Second only to our quality-grown products, we also offer easy ordering and free home delivery. Orders may be placed online at www.naturalmeats.org, or by phone at (608) 845-3663. Stop by our Paoli Store Monday Saturday. Small Ewe Farms Peg & Jim Anderson 1651 Kestrel Lane Blue Mounds, WI 53517 Phone: Email: email@example.com Website: www.smallewefarm.com Map Number: 24 18 Windridge Sheep Fiber Farm Tami Bowser 7370 Urness Rd. Hollandale, WI 53544 Phone: 608-967-2297 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.windridgefiberfarm.com Map Number: 25 Windridge Fiber Farm is a small a family run farm located in the rolling hills of Southwestern Wisconsin, also known as the Driftless region. We raise both white and colored sheep for their exceptional hand spinning and felting fleece. We have Blue Faced Leicester x, as well as registered black and white Cotswolds. Our focus in on fleece and we offer raw fleece, rovings, dyed locks, yarn and handmade items from our own wool, as well as a quality breeding stock. Our fleece has been meticulously skirted and only the premium fleece is sold. We offer freezer lamb on a reservation basis. Understanding that everyone is not lucky enough to raise sheep we introduced our Adopt-a-sheep program. so that others could enjoy the day to day running of a sheep farm via emails and photos. Visit our website for more information. 19 WINE/BREWERY Botham Vineyards & Winery 8180 Langberry Rd. Barneveld, WI 53507 Phone: 608-924-1412 Email: email@example.com Website: www.bothamvineyards.com Map Number: 26 Botham Vineyard produces regionally distinctive wines of international acclaim, sustained by our thriving vineyards. Brewery Creek Jeff & Deborah Donaghue 23 Commerce St. Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-3298 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.brewerycreek.com Map Number: 27 We make our own beer and you can dine and drink it here. Furthermore Brewing Aran Madden & Chris Staples P.O. Box 776 Spring Green, WI 53588 Phone: 608-588-3300 Email: none Website: none Lake Louie Brewing, LLC Tom H. Porter 7556 Pine Rd. Arena, WI 53503 Phone: 608-753-5375 Email: email@example.com Website: www.lakelouie.com Map Number: 28 Local beer for local people. 20 Spurgeon Vineyards & Winery 16008 Pine Tree Rd. Highland, WI 53543 Phone: 608-929-7692 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.spurgeonvineyards.com Map Number: 29 21 GARDEN CENTERS & FLOWER SALES Blooming Valley Ina Lukas 2868 Cty Rd. I Avoca, WI 53506 Phone: 608-583-2427 Email: email@example.com Website: www.bloomingvalley.com Map Number: 30 We are a family run nursery growing an electric collection of perennials, ornamental grasses, and shrubs. We use sustainable production. Methods to produce high quality plant material. We have display beds, and a knowledgeable staff. Driftless Ridge Farm Cara Mesman Phone: 608-987-3975 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: none Map Number: none Bring the beauty of fresh, long lasting cut flowers to your home or business. Locally grown right here in Iowa County using sustainable growing practices, find us at the Mineral Point market each Saturday or call us or email works great to. Green Woman Herbs Diane Bober 1224 E. Lake Rd. Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-2136 Email: email@example.com Website: none Map Number: 31 Green Woman Herbs includes a greenhouse and small shop. The greenhouse has culinary, medicinal, and fragrance herb plants as well as heirloom tomato plants in the spring. The shop carries books on growing and using herbs, herbal supplies, and herb related products. Free recipes are always available as well as growing advice from an experienced gardener. There is a display garden to see the herbs growing in a Midwest garden setting. We also have a „Garden School‟ with classes throughout the summer. Please see our website or our workshop schedule. 22 Marr Landscaping Greg Marr 2921 Cty Rd. Z Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-935-3271 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 32 Marr Landscaping has been in business since 1980. Providing landscape services and a full line of products such as bark mulch, colored mulch, decorative gravels & stones. Middlebury Farms Arnie and Theresa Knight 2474 County Rd. HK Barneveld, WI 53507 Phone: 608-924-2410 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 33 P&M Gardens, LLC Cecil & Pat Borcherding 209 E. Jewett St. Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-930-9442 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: none Map Number: 34 P & M Gardens,LLC , we are specializing in Daylilies, Hosta, and Peonies. We also have other perennials when available. We believe we should protect our land and our food products by following the best sustainable practices. We do not use pesticides, insecticides, or synthetic fertilizer. We seed cover crops to help replenish the soil. We believe following good practices will keep the soil healthy and grow great plants for our customers. Our garden is located north of Governor Dodge Park, 4689 Hwy. 23, Dodgeville, WI 53533, we are at the garden on an irregular basis. Please call for an appointment so we can meet you at our garden. 23 Sand City Gardens Sue Steinman 7046 Reimann Rd. Arena, WI 53503 Phone: 608-753-2332 Email: email@example.com Website: madfarmmkt.org (vendor search) Map Number: 35 We produce herb plants and heirloom tomato plants (30 varieties) in spring, for growing in your garden. We also grow beautiful herbal topiaries and fuchsia hanging baskets (to feed hummingbirds!) In late summer we have ornamental and edible hot pepper plants, with peppers from yellow to orange to red to purple, all ready to be harvested and used in your favorite recipes. Terrill Companies Landscaping - Terrill’s Garden & Gift Center Larry & Debra Terrill 802 Ridge St./ Bus. Hwy 151 Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone – Landscaping: 608-987-3366 Phone – Garden & Gift Center: 608-987-1400 or 608-935-3306 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.terrillgardenandgifts.com Map Number: 36 24 SPECIALTY/GIFTS Alpacas at Prairie Station Barb Kackley 1049 Miller Rd. Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-5400 Email: email@example.com Website: www.alpacasofprairiestation.com Map Number: 37 Alpacas of Prairie Station is a breeding farm for Suri Alpacas, producing animals with quality fleece for breeders, fiber artists and commercial processing. Circle M Market Farm Kriss & Shannon Marion 1784 County road H Blanchardville, WI 53516 Phone; 608-523-4341 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.circlemfarm.com Map Number: 38 Cooks’ Woods Dave & Barb Cook 2176 Ebenezer Road Fennimore, WI 53809 Phone: 608-943-8099 or 608 778 6954 Email: email@example.com Website: www.cookswoods.biz Map Number: 39 Hippie Chic Stephanie Mohlmann 4220 Ivey Rd. Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-4726 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 40 I have a wide range of hand made sugar scrub to exfoliate and moisturize you skin. 25 Lacey’s Lathers Clare Wiesbrook 775 Hwy. DDD Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-2027 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: None Map Number: 41 Lacey‟s Lathers Goat Milk Soap is an excellent soap for your skin. Lacey's Lathers Goat Milk Solid Lotion Bars are also available. A variety of shapes and scents are available. Orders can be made by phone, or email. Momma Bee’s Kettle Corn Jeff and Brenda Lutjens 1384 Bee Ann Drive Dodgeville, WI 53533 Phone: 608-935-0944 Email: none Website: none Map Number: 42 Springhouse Candles Laurie Kromm 2276 Cty Rd. E Mineral Point, WI 53565 Phone: 608-987-1547 Email: email@example.com Website: www.springhousecandles.com Map Number: 43 Candles, votives, tea lights and wax tarts all manufactured, by hand, at our shop. Also manufacture: reed diffusers, lip balms, hand balms, scented lotions, bath salts and body sprays, and our own hand dipped incense. Retail outlet located at manufacturing shop. Online store accessible 24/7. Summer Kitchen Jim Schroeder 13931 Centerville Rd. Highland, WI 53543 Phone: 608-943-6215 Email: None Website: None Map Number: 44 26 Produced and provided by Iowa County UW Extension. For corrections or if you would like your local business added to the list please contact: Gene Schriefer, Iowa County Agriculture Agent Iowa County UW Extension 222 North Iowa Street, Suite 1 Dodgeville, WI 53533 firstname.lastname@example.org phone: (608) 935-0391 fax: (608) 930-1220 office website: http://iowa.uwex.edu/ Copies of this publication can be downloaded at: http://www.uwex.edu/ces/cty/iowa/hort/index.html Please contact our office at 222 North Iowa St., Dodgeville, WI 53533 or telephone (608) 935-0391 for special assistance regarding our programs. Requests are confidential. 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