Yowela Farms comes from the Oneida work Yowela?talíh^, meaning “gentle wind”. Specialty Indigenous corn and other crop production together with livestock and poultry to maximize regenerative practices.
Welcome to Yowela Farms
Yowela Farm, short for Yowela?talí^ meaning “gentle wind” in Oneida, is an Indigenous-owned with a focus on Indigenous crops and land management approaches.
Main products include several Indigenous corn, hand-harvested wild rice, pasture-raised beef and poultry, chicken and duck eggs, hand-harvested wild rice, and maple and box elder syrup.
We also host seasonal dinners with guest chefs and special harvest events.
Interested in getting involved? We’re currently looking for volunteers, interns, and possibly a couple staff members. Fill out this short form to start a discussion.
Discover Unique Flavors
of Indigenous Foods
Products grown and produced by Yowela Farms reflect Indigenous foods of the Great Lakes Region. Several of this products are available for purchase and through our special seasonal dinners
Haudenosaunee and other Indigenous seeds
Beef and Poultry
Sustainably raised beef, chickens, and ducks. Both meat and eggs are available
Other Specialty Items
Syrup, Sugar, and Crops
Silver maple and box elder syrup, pumpkins and squash, speciality crops, and hand-harvested wild rice
To learn more, call us (608) 280–1267 or use the form below.
New opportunities like camping and farm stays should be available later in 2022.
2625 Oak Lawn Road
Stoughton, WI 53589
Dane County Farmers Market
Usually vend once per month