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Waseda Farms Organic Farming News

As one of the more prominent certified organic farms in Wisconsin supplying organic meats to passionate customers across of the USA, Waseda Farms are often featured in local and national news articles and programs. Below are some of the news articles
People Turning To Local Farms During Virus Outbreak - Door County Pulse

With the current pandemic many people are turning to local farms for their farm produce and meat. We hope that the local support that we are currently experiencing will continue.

This is an article in Door County Pulse featuring Waseda Farms and the current trend for using local farms more and more during the virus pandemic.

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Waseda Farms Featured On TV - Around the Corner with John McGivern

Waseda Farms Has Been Featured in PBS TV Program Around the Corner with John McGivern.

Around the Corner, a Milwaukee PBS television program exploring living, working and playing in Wisconsin’s unique communities, visits Waseda Farms in one of their most popular episodes that feature Door County. Check out the episode below! 

TravelWisconsin.com – Feature

TravelWisconsin.com stopped by Waseda Farms to get an inside look at some of the best Door County cheese and travel destinations.

We were lucky enough to be featured in their article -click below to see the full article.

Here is Jeff Lutsey showcasing some of our cheese products available at Waseda Farms Market - Baileys Harbor, Door County's premier specialty food store.

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Waseda Farms Solar Power World – Case study:
Sustainable Wisconsin farm naturally transitions to solar

Jeff Lutsey, chief engineer and farm administrator for his family’s farm—Waseda Farms in Baileys Harbor, Wisconsin—met Jordan Kaiser, design consultant and installer at North Wind Renewable Energy, at a sustainability fair in Wisconsin a few years ago.

Lutsey’s family had been thinking about adding solar to their farm for some time and, after speaking with

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Waseda Farms Goes Solar - Door County Pulse

In keeping with its goal of sustainability, Waseda Farms installed 190-feet of solar panels at its farm on Logerquist Road in Jacksonport.

Jeff Lutsey, chief engineer and farm administrator, said it was a natural extension of their work with the added benefit of some cost savings in the long term. “If you’re committed to the … 

Door County Pulse Magazine Article Solar Panels
Raising the steaks - Insight Publications

A kind approach leads to the best cuts for Waseda Farms. “What if I eat healthier red meat?”

The evolution of Waseda Farms began with that simple question. Tom soon learned that feeding cattle a diet of grass and treating them well leads to healthier — and tastier — beef.

This insight served as the basis for the endeavor Tom started and his son, Matt, president of the company, has grown.

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Wisconsin Foodie Host Kyle Cherek Visits Waseda Farms

Waseda Farms and The Wickman House Restaurant in Door County feature in a popular Wisconsin Foodie Episode.

Tom Lustsey shows Cherek around Waseda Farms with some deep insights into the organic farm, it's organic grass fed beef ethics, and the Temple Grandin Cattle System.

This humane cattle handling system is unique to Waseda Farms and was engineered by Tom Lutsey, the founder of Waseda Farms.

For most of his life Tom Lutsey didn’t pay much attention to his diet.

He liked his steaks, had his favorite hamburger spots in Door County, and loved to stop for a couple of the famous burgers at Kroll’s in Green Bay.

He was running his family’s hugely successful ice cream business, Gold Bond Ice Cream, in Green Bay...

Going Against the Grain at Waseda Farms
Face-to-Face with Food - Door County Pulse

It isn’t every day a person gets to amble amongst the livestock before purchasing the week’s meat.

Many of us are in the habit of forgetting that our favorite cut of steak or a nice, juicy burger comes from a cow.

McDonald’s sells Angus burgers nowadays. How many of us know “Angus” simply refers to the breed of cattle, and not how it was handled or how the meat was processed?

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Going Against the Grain at Waseda Farms  - Door County Pulse

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Tours can be made by appointment.

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Waseda Farms is a certified organic farm in Door County Wisconsin. We produce certified organic meat and eggs, including organic grass fed Black Angus beef, Berkshire Pork, and tri colored organic eggs. You can order organic meat online from our online store or visit our farm market stores in Baileys Harbor and De Pere, Wisconsin. We offer nation-wide overnight delivery when you order your organic meat online.

At Waseda Farms®, we help families learn about the benefits, taste the difference and enjoy the process of living a healthy life through certified organic food—because what we choose for our family is one of the most important decisions we can make.

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Waseda Farms Market-
Baileys Harbor

Open Market and Curbside Pickup Door County

7281 Logerquist Rd

Baileys Harbor, WI 54202

Every Day -  10AM - 5PM 

Phone: 920-839-2222

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Market-De Pere

Local Organic

Organic Meat Shop and
Curbside Pickup in De Pere

330 Reid Street

De Pere, WI 54115

Monday - Friday 8AM - 2PM 

Order: 920-632-7271

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Organic Farm Tour

We are an open farm, so come visit our market, see the animals, and enjoy our garden and walking trails.

Stop at the store for a map.
Tours can be made by appointment.

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