Welcome to Blue Ox Organics

Where the Driftless meets the North Woods,
you’ll find our family farm.

Blue Ox is proud to offer whole “Lamb Shares” – a way for community to have membership in the farm by purchasing pastured lamb seasonally.

For those interested in wool products, we have dual-purpose flock of sheep from New Zealand with fabulous fleeces for hand-spinning and crafting.

Feel free to explore the rest of our website, follow our Facebook or Instagram pages, or contact us to learn more about what’s available and how you can get involved in Blue Ox.

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  • Keep Up With News From the Farm

    Our CSA Members have special access to our newsletter, the Ox Cart, but that doesn’t mean you have to be left out of the farm fun!   Join us on facebook to see regular updates and pictures from the farm. If you’re more visually inclined, you can also follow us on Instagram to catch a few of the sights. Beautiful moments are happening Continue Reading
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  • Around the Farm Table Features the Blue Ox Farmers

    The beautiful and talented Inga Witscher, host of Wisconsin Public TV’s Around The Farm Table show, stopped by to see Lauren with the flock on pasture to learn a little about grazing, and swung through the greenhouse to talk with Caleb about the Winter CSA program. Watch the video below to see some of our neighbors and friends and get Continue Reading
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  • Minnesota Public Radio – Farmfest Highlights Young Farmers

    Minnesota Public Radio: Guests: Karen Stettler: Farm Beginnings program organizer Traci Bruckner: Senior policy associate at the Center for Rural Affairs in Lyons, Nebraska; former chair of the USDA Advisory Committee on Beginning Farmers and Ranchers Lauren Langworthy: Young farmer, Blue Ox Organics in Wheeler, Wisconsin Associated MPR Article: Farmfest is underway this week near Redwood Falls in southern Minnesota. Continue Reading
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  • Protecting the Water, Protecting the Land

    Protecting the Water, Protecting the Land Lauren & Caleb Langworthy • November 30, 2016 This spring, a marketing firm hired by WEC Energy Group stopped by our farm a number of times. They wanted us to sign an agreement allowing an Environmental Impact Statement to be done so that a natural gas pipeline could be laid through our front field. Continue Reading
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