Early Boots Farm
About Early Boots Farm
Our farm landscape is a combination of wooded areas, tillable land, lakes, and wetlands. It lies on the prairie-forest border and is part of the Sauk River watershed. The land has been in Tyler’s family since the 1960s. It officially became Early Boots Farm in the spring of 2012, when we put up a fence and a yurt, installed a watering system, seeded pasture, planted 5,000 new trees, and welcomed our herd of lowline Angus cattle to the farm.