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Ebony Acres

Rescuing, Educating, Advocating and Cultivating in Caledonia WI

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Meet the people who make Ebony Acres LLC a reality

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MaryBeth Groth Mals


MaryBeth grew up on a farm and it has always been her dream to live on one as an adult. Owning Ebony Acres LLC has made that dream a reality.


Chris Mals

Co- Owner

Chris did not grow up in farm life but has fell in love with the way of life and the animals at the farm.


Different seasons mean different things happening on the farm. See what is happening this season at Ebony Acres

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Summertime on the farm is a very busy time of the year. The garden is planted and the fruits and veggies are starting to grow. The wild flowers are blooming as well. The animals are active with the nice weather which means the chickens are laying pretty consistently. There are 8 pullets that should start laying in August meaning there will be about a dozen eggs a day! 


Frequently Asked Questions

All the Answers to Your Questions regarding Ebony Acres LLC! If you still have questions feel free to contact us 🙂

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Is your produce chemical free?

Yes! We plant our garden using only soil & compost. We then water twice daily and do one initial treatment of miracle grow when we transplant the plants to give them a boost but no pesticides are used.


Do the chickens free range?

Yes and no. Our rooster free ranges to help keep predators away. Our hens/pullets do not free range but they have large covered runs connected to their coops. They essentially get all the benefits of free ranging without the risks.


What do you grow?

Currently for fruit we have: Strawberries, Raspberries, Grapes, Pears & Crab Apples. For vegetables we have the following: Green Beans, Peas, Cucumbers, Zucchini, Lettuce, Spinach, Tomatoes & Banana Peppers.


Why are the chickens eggs different colors?

We have different breeds of chickens who lay different colored eggs. They all taste the same and are very healthy and delicious. Currently we get blue and brown eggs from our chickens but anticipate some more colors once our pullets start laying.


What's with the animal rescue part of the farm?

Animal rescues are necessary to ensure the welfare of all animals. Farm animal rescues though tend to be rare. These animals deserve just as much of a chance as dogs, cats, etc. For example, an older horse has just as much love to give as a foal, they may just require some more work. At Ebony Acres we ensure all of our animals and any that find their way to us get to live their lives to the fullest with the best care possible.


Want to learn more about our farm and what we do? Interested in produce, eggs, compost or fire wood? Have a farm animal in need? Just want to say hi? Get in touch!

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Caledonia WI 53108


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