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2023 Event Calendar

Thanks for a Great Season - See you at The Farm in 2024!

July 2023

U-Pick Days

Market on Market

  • Saturday,  July 15, 2023 from 1:00 - 7:00 pm

  • Address: 300 Harborview Plaza, La Crosse, WI

    • La Crosse Center, Downtown La Crosse​

  • Visit us to get some beautiful blooms!

Sip N Snip


August 2023

U-Pick Days

Meet Porkchop Day

  • Sunday,  August 6, 2023 - time coming soon!

  • U-Pick Pass Prices: $20/person or 5 for $80

  • Liability waiver must be signed before participation

  • Live music from Barry & Sherri

  • Complimentary Beer  from Beer By Bike Brigade

  • Bakalars, hot dogs, nacho bar, and farm boards available for purchase

Market on Market

  • Sunday,  August 13, 2023 from 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Address: Pine Street Parking Ramp, Downtown La Crosse, WI

  • Visit us to get some beautiful blooms!

Sip N Snip


September 2023

U-Pick Days

Sip N Snip

Steppin' Out in Pink

  • Saturday,  September 9, 2023 from 7:00 - 11:00am

  • Address: Riverside Park, La Crosse, WI

  • Visit us to get some beautiful, bouquets, corsages, pink hats, and pink pecans!

Market on Market

  • Sunday,  September 17, 2023 from 11:00am - 2:00pm

  • Address: 2102 Market Street, La Crosse, WI

  • Visit us to get some beautiful blooms!

Sip N Snip


Fair Winds Farm Pet Policy

We know how it is. Your dog/pet is your best friend - part of the family in fact! You want to include your pal on your trip to Fair Winds Farm! Unfortunately, when you ask if it's ok, we have to say, "Sorry, no, we don't allow pets." Why not? Here's why:

  • Farming Safety is a key reason for this policy. What are you going to do when at a moment you are distracted, perhaps picking the perfect bouquet; your dog takes a dump next to you? Even if you attempt to be attentive about cleaning up after their mess, it’s unlikely that all traces of feces can be removed. It will be left to be tracked throughout the growing area.

  • Customer Safety is certainly a reason for our pet policy. Dogs will be dogs, and no matter how well trained, dog bites, dog fights, and other unpleasant contacts with other customers can sometimes be problematic. On a farm, untrained dogs can do a lot of damage or be harmed by our electric fence hazards. They could get loose off their leash and startle our livestock (free-roaming chickens, cats, pigs, alpacas, etc.). 

  • We will absolutely allow service dogs on our farm. We will ask you the two questions we are allowed to ask according to the American with Disabilities Act guidelines to verify that your dog is, indeed, an actual service animal. We will not allow Emotional Support Animals or Therapy Dogs.

We understand your love and in some cases absolute need to have your animal with you. However, it is our duty to protect the health and safety of our livestock and patrons. Allowing outside animals onto our farm would prohibit us from doing so. Thank you for understanding.

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