CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

 

    Updated April 7, 2014 1:55 PM     

 

It's nice to see the sun again!  And the temperatures are starting to warm up.  That's great news! 

 

Some of our seeds have started  to arrive from our suppliers, including the pea seed which is enroute.  Now for the fields to dry up so that we can plant it!

   

We will let you know as soon as the asparagus starts popping up, but that's probably at least 5-6 weeks away.

 

We look forward to seeing everyone again in a few weeks!

 

Thank you Manitowoc County for voting us "Best of 2013" for Fresh Fruit & Vegetable!!

 

'Best Fresh Fruit/Vegetable Vendor'  - 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012 and again 2013.   

  

Wilfert Farms is now on Facebook.  Check us out there also. www.facebook.com/wilfertfarms.WI

          

If you are visiting the area, be sure to check out  Manitowoc Area Visitor and Convention Bureau for other exciting places to visit in Manitowoc County.

 

We welcome any comments that would help us to improve our site to make it easier for all of you!

 

Member of the Chamber Manitowoc County and Manitowoc Area Visitor and Convention Bureau.

 

 

  

 Wilfert Farms guarantees the quality and freshness of our vegetables because we know our valued customers demand it! At Wilfert Farms, we harvest our produce several times each day and move it from the field to our drive-in refrigeration coolers within minutes!

 

Wilfert Farms has been in business for over 130 years and we know how to grow quality vegetables. When you think "Fresh Vegetables," think Wilfert Farms! Come to Wilfert Farms and experience what "Freshness and Quality" really mean.

 

Even Grandma buys her vegetables at Wilfert Farms and Grandma ALWAYS knows best!

  

Wilfert Farms retail area.

 

Available in Season

Fruits:

Strawberries
Rhubarb
Cantaloupe
Watermelon

Vegetables:

Asparagus
Green and yellow beans
Broccoli
Dill
Beets
Cauliflower
Green and red Cabbage
Carrots
Sweet corn
Onions
Peppers
Cucumbers
Kohlrabi
Peas-in-the-pod
Zucchini
Winter squash
Potatoes
Kraut cabbage
Tomatoes
Pumpkins