These are seasonal businesses, so please check their websites or Facebook pages for current information. We advise calling before traveling a long distance to make sure they are open and have produce or products available.
Moseley Roadside Market
5009 County Hwy O, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4477; email@example.com
Since 1960, Moseley Roadside Market has been selling homegrown fruits and vegetables. Our pick-your-own blueberry patch opens around July 1. By the end of July, we have Supersweet sweet corn, cucumbers, tomatoes, green beans and more. In early August, our muskmelons and seedless watermelons are ready. In the fall, we have pumpkins and squash. We offer wagon rides to our Pumpkin Patch on Saturdays in October, or by appointment. Becca’s Bakery makes homemade pies on the weekends that the Farm Market is open, featuring seasonal fruits like apples, blueberries and cranberries. Pies are also available by special order. For the latest updates on what produce is available and other news, see our Facebook page.
Rex Moseley’s Fruit & Vegetable Farm
23933 Cortland Avenue, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4543; firstname.lastname@example.org
Our family has been growing apples since 1875, when my great-grandfather homesteaded our farm. I’ve been growing strawberries and apples here for more than 40 years. We offer u-pick and pre-picked strawberries starting in mid June. In September, our 12 varieties of apples ~ including Honeycrisp ~ are ready to pick or are available pre-picked. Also in the fall, we have apple cider, pumpkins, squash and cabbage. For the latest updates, see our Facebook page.
Wetherby Cranberry Company
3365 Auger Road, Warrens, WI 54666; (608) 378-4813; email@example.com
We pride ourselves here at the Wetherby Cranberry Company on packaging and selling the highest quality fresh cranberries you can buy. We sell our fresh cranberries in different sized quantities, ranging from 1-pound bags to 30-pound bulk boxes. We also have a small winery and make cranberry wine from some of our cranberries. Our season typically starts in late September and runs through mid November. If traveling a long distance, we suggest calling first to see if we have cranberries available. See our listing on the Cranberry Marsh Tours page for information on our marsh tours and special events. We also invite you to visit our website become a fan of our Facebook page.