Wild Meadow Organics, LLC
Address: PO Box 273 Newport, MN, 55055
Email Address:
Phone: 651-587-3254
About Us
Our farm is located in Belle River Township approximately 15 miles NE from Alexandria. We share a quiet, secluded area with abundant wildlife along the Long Prairie River.
We grow 100% Certified Organic produce because we believe part of good health is directly related to what we eat. Eating clean, wholesome food provides our body with many necessary essential nutrients. The shorter the time between the farm and your table, the less likely it is that nutrients will be lost from your food.

We believe in protecting our environment and are committed to working with nature to grow the tastiest, most nutrient dense food possible for our family, friends and neighbors. All our produce is hand-picked and delivered fresh from the fields to market.

Before a product can be labeled “organic” a Government-approved certifier inspects the farm where the food is grown to make sure the farmer is following all the rules necessary to meet strict USDA organic standards. Our produce is Certified USDA Organic by MCIA, the Minnesota Crop Improvement Association. We grow our food naturally in the soil, without the use of chemical pesticides, synthetic fertilizers or GMO's/genetically modified organisms. It is free of synthetic additives, dyes, industrial solvents and is never irradiated to extend it's shelf-life.

We believe 'buying local' is an investment in the future of our community and do so whenever possible to help strengthen the economic base. When you buy from local farmers, you are helping to ensure that there will be farms in your community tomorrow and food security in the future.
Fresh is Always Best!

SOME FACTS TO CONSIDER when the cost is higher:
-Organic farmers don’t receive federal subsidies like conventional farmers do. Therefore, the price of organic food reflects the true cost of growing.
-Organic farming is more labor and management intensive.
-Organic farms are usually smaller than conventional farms so do not benefit from the economies of scale that larger growers get.