Hawk’s Cry Farm begins at the far end
of a country road in southwestern
Wisconsin. Nestled serenely
into the Ocooch Mountains,
120 acres of ancient
ridges and valleys
remain intact, undisturbed
by the last glacier.
Abundant hardwood stands
overlook wide spans of rich
land and prairie grasses.

On the farm, Black Angus cattle
graze peacefully on the brilliant hillside
pastures. Fields of golden grass hay are carefully
rolled and stored for winter feed. Heirloom hens roam freely, coming home to share their nutritious and flavorful eggs. The woodlands yield maple syrup, morel mushrooms, nuts, berries and other wild treats. Honey is harvested at summer’s end. This is Hawk’s Cry Farm: A place where hearty food is slow-grown at the pace of nature.

This is also home to the Hawk’s Cry Stained Glass Studio, and to the Hawk’s Cry Haiku Workshop. The art and poetry of these endeavors truly reflect the natural beauty and energy of Hawk’s Cry Farm.