Seven Generations and Still Farming Strong Part of Lebanon, Wisconsin for over 160 years.
In 1843, Frederick Tietz left his homeland in Germany to escape religious persecution. He settled in the fertile rolling hills of Dodge County, part of the Northwest Territory. The area eventually became known as Lebanon and became part of the State of Wisconsin. After settling in the area, Frederick married and raised a family, establishing a successful farm and homestead. Seven generations later, his land and family continues to be an integral component of Tietz Family Farms with his great-great-great-great grandchildren living and farming this same land.
Today, Tietz Family Farms comprises over 220 acres and is one of the area’s largest producers of fresh farm produce and delicious Homegrown Popcorn. A vast array of produce is available in season including: Broccoli, Beets, Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Potatoes, Onions, Sweet Corn, Green and Yellow Beans, Sugar Peas, Cantaloupe, Watermelon, Tomatoes, Peppers, Squash, Gourds, Pumpkins and Homegrown Popcorn. We offer a variety of fall decorations including Indian corn, corn stalks and straw bales.
We market our fresh produce and homegrown popcorn primarily at local Farmer’s Markets including the City of Oconomowoc’s (each Saturday May through October) and the Dane County Farmer's Market in Madison, Wisconsin.
In addition to local Farmer’s Markets, we have a home store that typically opens during the sweet corn season and culminates with our large fall market, which has been an area favorite for decades.
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