Rediscover the forgotten flavors in your food
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Ecologically friendly food you can feel good about, raised by farmers who care.
AMERICAN WAGYU BEEF
pasture-raised Makes a difference
For three generations, the Willenbring family has farmed the 200+ acres of land at Forgotten Flavors Farm. We believe that how your food is raised matters and that educated consumers will choose differently when they know how their choices impact the Earth, the animals and their health.
Forgotten flavors fARM FACTS
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MILK AND HONEY CIDERS
Forgotten Flavors is proud to partner with Milk & Honey Ciders in our Chickens For Change Program. Stop by for a pint of cider, learn about the benefits of regenerative agriculture, and watch our hens doing what they do best out in the orchards.
Join us for the Adopt-A-Hen Event at Milk and Honey Ciders on May 15-16, 2021!
ADOPT-A-HEN AND MAKE A DIFFERENCE
Adopting a Forgotten Flavors hen is fun, easy and free! Choose your hen's name, learn about regenerative farming and get the opportunity to take a picture with a chicken at one of our Adopt-a-Hen events.
We Do things Differently
We practice regenerative farming at Forgotten Flavors. That means we focus on practices that make for happier animals, better food and a healthier planet.
MEET YOUR FARMER
Farmer Matthew is the third-generation Minnesota farmer behind Forgotten Flavors.