About Us

 

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Sam’s Produce is family owned and operated farm in Arkansaw, Wisconsin.  In October of 1917 the farm was purchased by Anton Sam.  During his lifetime, the farm was mainly a dairy operation.  It wasn’t until 1956, when Anton’s son, Francis, owned the farm that vegetable production for profit was added.  Melons were the main vegetable crop grown at the time.watermelon picture

Vegetable production has expanded over the years to now include 30 acres of produce, all for the retail market.  We have since stopped milking and caring for cattle, focusing our time on growing vegetables.  We now offer a variety of different crops all throughout the summer and falls seasons.

Our main crops include strawberries (U-Pick and Pre-Picked), sweet corn, cucumbers, melons, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, squash and pumpkins.  All of these are sold at our farm in Arkansaw.  We also sell our produce, with the exception of strawberries, at the Eau Claire Downtown Farmers Market in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

family-picture-640-croppedSam’s Produce is currently owned by Dan Sam.  Dan, along with his two sons, look forward to meeting you at our farm or at the Eau Claire Downtown Farmers Market.

 

 

 


Remembering Tammy L. Sam

Tammy SamTammy L. Sam, age 54 of Arkansaw, passed away Friday, July 19, 2019 at her home in Arkansaw suffering from cancer.

Tammy was born on September 15, 1964 in Durand, the daughter of Darrel and Diane (Maxwell) Stewart. She graduated from Arkansaw High School in 1982 and furthered her education at Rochester Technical College in the dental assistant program. Tammy worked as a dental assistant until the birth of her second child. She then decided to stay home with her family and grow Sam’s Produce into the thriving business that it is today.

Tammy married Dan Sam on May 6, 1989 at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Arkansaw. This union blessed them with four children. Tammy enjoyed feeding her birds, especially hummingbirds and orioles, taking care of her hanging flower baskets, watching Hallmark movies and spending time with her family.

Tammy is survived by her husband, Dan; daughter Katie; two sons, Matthew and Blake; one granddaughter, Madison, all of Arkansaw; parents Darrel and Diane Stewart of Arkansaw; three brothers, Tim (Cyndi) Stewart of Plum City, Tony Stewart (special friend Heidi) of Durand, and Travis (Annie) Stewart of Eau Claire; one sister, Tracy (Pete) Brown of Durand, nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. She is preceded in death by a son, Brett.