It's about getting back to our roots with organic goodness that sustains the body and livens the soul.
Emily & William with their dogs, Annie and Dan.
Well, hello. We're William and Emily Kutosky, owners of Duck Duck Farms.
What We Offer:
At Duck Duck Farms, it’s about getting back to our roots with organic goodness that sustains the body and livens the soul. Knowing you're living sustainably, without relying on mass-distributors, is something to be proud of.
Duck Duck Farms Provides:
Organically-grown heirloom tomatoes, peppers, squash, beets, carrots, onions, horseradish, asparagus, potatoes, green beans, basil, spinach and arugula.
We also raise chickens and Colorado Dorper lamb.
Who We Are :
We grew up in America's heartland - William from Illinois; Emily from Iowa. We moved to Colorado and met here in 2007.
Although our Midwest backgrounds prepped us for farm life, there is a vast difference between Colorado soil and the "black-gold" fertile topsoil we had back home. Luckily, with William's degree in Biology and experience growing finicky heirloom tomato varieties, it didn't take long to figure out how to have success on the Colorado plains.
When William started managing a piece of property for waterfowl conservation in Platteville in 2009, he quickly established organic garden roots on the property. Though still living in Capitol Hill, Denver, Emily came to the farm most summer weekends, canning and preserving a lot of the veggies William grew. Using her southern Grandmother's trusty pressure canner and family recipes, she and William filled the basement cellar and deep-freeze.
For us, there's nothing better than the smell of damp Spring soil, early Summer mornings rushing to pick veggies before the sun starts to beat down, or Fall farm-to-table nights with friends.