Isadore Farm is for sale
We have loved living and farming in Leelanau County and will cherish the experience for the rest of our lives, but it's time for us to move on to new adventures. This is an amazing turnkey opportunity for someone looking to farm or homestead! If you're interested please see our Zillow listing for more information, and our Flickr gallery for photos of the farm and home.
Contact us at email@example.com with any questions. Thank you - Matt and Carissa Visser.
We grow a variety of organic vegetables, fruits, and herbs near the town of Cedar in beautiful Leelanau County, Michigan. We pride ourselves in growing flavorful, beautiful, high quality, nutritious food. In the height of the summer you can buy our produce at four local farmers markets every week. In addition, we supply produce to Oryana's produce department, and to their kitchen and café. You'll also find our produce on menus at select restaurants.
Sara Hardy Downtown Farmers MarketSuttons Bay
Farmers MarketGlen Arbor
Traverse City Sara Hardy Downtown Farmers Market
Saturdays, 7:30 - noon mid May through October
Wednesdays, 7:30 - noon mid June through September
Suttons Bay Farmers Market
Saturdays, 9 - 1pm mid May through mid October
Glen Arbor Farmers Market
Tuesdays, 9 - 1pm mid June through early September
Who we are
We are Matt and Carissa Visser; Michigan natives who bought our farm as vacant property in 2008. We have since been working hard to transform the open land into a farm and a home. We came to farming through our passion for fresh local produce, and our desire to take part in work that we believe in. We appreciate the connection to our community that growing food provides us, and we love to make our farmers market customers smile. We're absolutely thrilled to have the opportunity to create this new farm, and thankful for the support of our customers.
Isadore Farm lies just west of the four corners of the historic settlement of Isadore. We often hear the lovely bells of the community's Holy Rosary Church from our fields. After naming our farm for geographical reasons we were pleased to learn that St. Isidore is the patron saint of farmers!