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Farmers Markets

Stop by the Farm between 4:00pm and 7:00pm to get some goodies and see our baby goats.

July 26  *  August 9  *  August 23  *  September 6

Thank you to all who came out to our

1st Annual Baby Shower & Market

We collected over 50 packages of diapers for
Shannon's Hope Maternity Home

Too bad our baby goats decided to arrive the day after the baby shower.

Next year we'll have to plan the 2nd Annual Baby Shower & Market for a little later.

A good time to see the baby goats is at the July 26th Farmers Market.

Farm Store

We are now taking orders for Protein Shares for August-October.

5 Fridges Farm 

No drop-in sales. All Farm products must be pre-ordered online and picked up at the designated time.

Eggs * Poop your Plants * Beef|Eggs * Beef|Chicken * Beef|Chicken|Eggs

Inside the Fridge: June

What's been happening at the Farm in the past month
  • Baby goats!
  • Moved first batch of baby turkeys outside
  • Drooling over baby goats
  • Successful baby shower and market
  • Planting and weeding and watering, oh my!
  • Waiting for more baby goats

Outside the Fridge: July

What could be happening at your place this month




Sustainability Community Education

Fridge Values

5 Fridges Farm strives to research and practice realistic local solutions to the issues in our current food system: access, waste, taste, environment, soil/range management, water use, and land conservation. We believe these sustainable options are best disseminated via community engagement, education, hard work, and plain old fun.

Save the Date

The 50th Annual Wheat Ridge
Carnation Festival
August 9 - 11, 2019

5 Fridges Farm will have goats on a float for the parade in our newly decked out Goats-a-Go-Go


5 Fridges Farm is more than just a cool place to visit goats, it’s also a research farm around sustainable practices in urban farming.

Traditional farming spends a lot of time, money, and energy wrestling nature (climate, soil quality, pests, etc) and figuring out how to make money. Natural systems, however, balance themselves with much greater efficiency. So with each year of listening more, and fighting less, with the plants and animals of the Farm, our efforts get more efficient and more sustainable. 

It also turns out that when the human farmers don’t have the time, money, or energy for farm projects, they get creative, efficient, and sustainable. Here at 5 Fridges Farm, this has turned into a sort of 3BL (triple bottom line) evaluation for projects - the Farm projects must:

  1. Provide and maintain healthy habitats and diets for animals and insects (social)
  2. Promote and sustain the land they live on (environmental)
  3. Be local and financially sustainable (financial)

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11100 W 38th Ave.
Wheat Ridge, CO  80033
(303) 725-8748

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