Squash Blossom Farm


Our goal is create a joyous life centered on art, music and agriculture. We are working to restore this historic farmstead to be a diverse, sustainable little farm where community members can experience, learn, participate and enjoy.

Summer Farm Hours:

Open Sundays,noon to 5 p.m

June through September

Live music!  Starts at 3 p.m.

Farm Store open all afternoon! 

Fun Garden stuff, Antiques, Art and  Whimsy

Sunday, Juy 12:

A glorious day to come to the farm!  Studio Z performs at 3 p.m. and special guest Jon Schelander-Pugh performs a  set during their break at  4 p.m.  You will hear some awesome guitar, trombone, and even whistling! The store is also open with lots of delightful new treasures!

SBF Kitchen Kickstarter

We are  stunned and grateful  to all of our enthusiastic and generous supporters who helped us with a successful Kickstarter campaign to help us build a certified kitchen!

A  certified kitchen will allow us to serve food on the farm, host special events (such as weddings and family reunions), expand out baking to retail outlets, offer culinary classes such as cheese making and sourdough bread,   and share our kitchen with other local food entrepreneurs.  If you would like to support our venture, please visit  http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1013085511/squash-blossom-farm-kitchen for details. Although the official Kickstarter campaign is over, we still welcome your support of the Kitchen project and will  honor the rewards for contributions!  (If you wish to be a supporter, please contact us directly.)

Farm Products (seasonal):

     Vegetables, Raspberries

     Extended season veggies in the high tunnel greenhouse

     Wood-fired sourdough breads, pastries

     Honey;  lip balm made with our beeswax

     Eggs from truly free-ranging chickens



    Grass-fed beef


    Baked goods are only sold at the Rochester Downtown Farmers Market

  We use no pesticides or chemical fertilizers raising our plants or antibiotics   in our healthy animals.



     Live music at the farm most Sunday afternoons.  The  Nodding Wild Onions (crossover blues)  and  Blue Monk (eclectic jazz/rock/blues)perform often.


     Paintings by SquashBlossom Farmer Susan Waughtal are on exhibit in the farm store, together with work by other local artists, artisans, furniture- and jewelry-makers.

ProFound Objects:

      Antiques, VIntage finds and delightful items not old enough to be classified as antiques are for sale in the farm store.  During the off-season, unique items will be featured for sale on the Profound Object page.


      The farm store is open to the public on Sunday afternoons, May through September and by appointment.   Often, informal farm tours are given and occasional special events can be arranged.  Watch this website or Facebook for announcements.


Welcome to Squash Blossom Farm!

Squash Blossom Farm is

a 1910 farmstead located in Southeast Minnesota, near Rochester. 

Our Links:

SquashBlossomFarm Blog - chronicling our adventures as farmers in stories & photos!

Squash BLossom Farm on Facebook - directions to the farm, schedule of events, & current products

Roger Nelson Music

  1. -Rog is a farmer, architect AND a singer-songwriter!

Susan Waughtal, Artist

-In between gardening and miking the cows, Susan is a painter & photographer