Selling sustainably raised meats, produce, honey and eggs.
Farm Raised. Farm Good.
Our Farm Stand
You’re welcome to stop by the farm, take a tour, meet our farm animals and pick-up some fresh produce and meats from our self-serve farm stand.
Flying Tractor Farm in Door County
Door County’s very own unique Flying Tractor Farm uses organic methods and inputs to raise pigs, rabbits, goats, stewing chickens, roasting chickens, ducks, beef & turkeys, as well as a large market variety of vegetables, chicken & duck eggs, & honey. We have two heated greenhouses along with a heated hydroponics room for raising year-round produce and hydroponic fodder for our animals. An 18kW solar photovoltaic system mounted on the barn roof generates electricity to help power our farm operation. We sell our wholesome, farm fresh food on-site AND via weekly deliveries throughout Door County & monthly deliveries into Green Bay, Milwaukee, and Chicagoland. Bring home the best-tasting, healthiest food you’ve ever eaten!
FTF’s Farm Philosophy
FTF raises animals, vegetables, eggs, & bees – meeting or exceeding organic standards. We believe that providing healthy, local, fresh food by utilizing methods of sustainable production is essential to long-term well-being of the human body and the environment. We’ve found that once people rediscover how fabulous food tastes that a) is super-fresh because it’s not shipped in from across the country, and b) is a heritage breed of animal or type of vegetable, they never want to go back to the bland store-bought food they’d eaten before.
FTF farm has quite a bit of wetland, so we’re careful to set aside riparian areas to protect Lily Bay Creek that runs through our property, and we don’t allow animals onto any wetland area unless it’s completely dry. We have created brush piles for birds and animals to house in, put up many bluebird and bat houses, and maintain wooded areas scattered about the farm to preserve wild habitat. Our managed grazing poultry help add We encourage wildflower growth for our foraging bees, which makes for some spectacular honey.
An 18kW solar photovoltaic system mounted on the barn roof generates electricity to help power our farm operation.