We purchase most of our grain directly from farmers in the upper Midwest.  By working closely with our farmers we can make sure that we're paying a fair price and collaborating directly to create great flour and bread. Our farmers are cultivating unique grains using sustainable and organic methods. The quality of our flour and bread stems directly from the quality of our farmers, which is why we are grateful to be working with this amazing community of growers. 


Mark Askegaard

Mark Askegaard

Mark Askegaard - Askegaard Organic Farm

Askegaard Organic Farm is a 900 acre farm situated in the Red River Valley. Mark primarily grows spring wheat, soybeans, and flaxseed, having transitioned to organics in 1995. He is a fourth generation farmer with a passion for preserving the land and promoting the health of communities through organic agriculture and local foods. His daughter Beth is actively involved with the day-to-day activities at the farm.


Jonathon & Carolyn Olson - Fairview Farm

Fairview Farm is a 1100 acre farm located in Cottonwood, MN. Jonathon and Carolyn primarily grow soybeans, wheat, oats, and barley seed, having transitioned to organics in 1998. As Jonathon describes it, "We are using old farming techniques with new farming technology." Jonathon grew up on a seed farm, with recollections of his past in soybean fields. 


Doug Lundeen - Lundeen Farms

Lundeen Farms is a 250 acre farm located 3 miles south of Cokato, MN. Doug and his family farm wheat, corn and soybeans, transitioning to organics in 1997. His family has been farming this acreage since 1920, when his grandfather Victor moved to Cokato. His oldest son Charlie also works on the farm, continuing their family tradition.


Luke Peterson - Peterson Farms

Luke farms wheat near Dawson, MN. He is a husband, father, and farmer who believes people are only as healthy as the environment they live in, and the more diverse the environment is, the better chance it has to survive. Luke’s family farm is transitioning to Organic and provides us with a hard Spring wheat called Forefront.