The Walnut Hill Farm is a family run farm located in River Falls, Wisconsin.
We raise chickens for both meat and eggs. Our laying hens typically get free roam of our property and when not doing that they are safe in their very large run. The ladies are fed a certified organic food that is free from soy and corn! We collect their eggs daily to ensure they stay as clean as possible right into the carton for you to enjoy! Our meat birds are put out on pasture as soon as they have enough feathers to stay warm. They are also given a certified organic food and allowed to browse the pastures they are on all they like.
We also have taken on raising pigs for meat. We feed a certified organic feed to them daily and they are always seen enjoying their wallow or running around their pen. they are sweet animals that are always on the look out for a nice pat on the back when its feeding time or just to say hi.
Our farming goal is to produce everything not the farm in an organic and sustainable way. The environment is near and dear to us and making sure future generations can enjoy this planet as well is important to us! This is why we only feed certified organic food to our animals and never use pesticides or chemicals. We know that we don’t want to consume them so you shouldn’t have to either.
A little about us! – Neither of us grew up on a farm. Kyle and I lived in Eden Prairie, MN since before we were married in 2010. After a lot of dreaming, we decided to take the leap and find a hobby farm. We were in search of a life that was simple. A life that involved more outside space than in. A life that allowed us to have the space to raise animals, plant gardens and enjoy our family as well as be close to a community and the conveniences of life. We stumbled upon an adorable old farmhouse. It’s character pulled at our heart strings. The beautiful red buildings ached to be restored and the ancient oak tree at the center of the property yearned to tell us its story. We fell in love instantly and hope you join along on our journey as we restore our farm to its glory and venture into this thing called farming.
Happy days and see you on the farm!