The farm is east of Windsor Colorado but we have customers from all of the cities around Windsor including Greeley, Loveland, Fort Collins, Wellington, Longmont. Watch for us at the Farmers Market in Windsor, Greeley and Loveland. We have roasted chilies (chiles), fresh produce, and of course, the pumpkin patch.Tigges Farm Produce12404 WCR 64 ½, Greeley, Colorado 80631Text or Call (year around): 970-576-8970Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: (Aug-Oct, 10am -6pm) 970-686-7225Email: info@TiggesFarm.com
Information About Tigges Farm
Kathy Rickart, Ken Tigges and Gale Loeffler, Co-Managers of Tigges Farm extend a “Welcome to all who visit.”
The PartnersOwner of Tigges Farm: Kenneth Tigges, 3rd generation owner.Partners of Tigges Farm Operation: Kenneth Tigges, Gale Loeffler, Kathy RickartKenneth, Gale and Kathy are the children of Robert and Mary Tigges. They were raised on the Tigges Farm and their roots continue to cling tightly to the soil of the farm.Kenneth resides on the farm and does all the large equipment farming. He has a strong background of farming since he was big enough to put on a tractor. He is the soil, plant and water expert. Ken has served on the Whitney Irrigation Board for many years and currently serves as President.Gale lives in Englewood, Colorado but becomes a Weld County resident for the fall eliminating a lot of commutes. Where does she live? She is a guest in the castle house across the road with her own suite. She co-manages the produce stand, gathers and transports supplies and does everything that can be done long distance. Gale is retired from a career with Colorado State University Extension having served as a Home Economist, 4-H Agent and Extension Director for Arapahoe County. Kathy lives in nearby Windsor, Colorado where she operates the Colorado Costume Castle and does the hop-skip-and-jump commute every day of the year. The farm cats know the sound of her truck as it means its dinner time. She co-manages the produce stand, does the bookkeeping, checks and marketing. Kathy is a retired from a career with Colorado State University Extension and New Mexico State University Extension having served as a 4-H/Home Economist in Elbert County, Colorado and Bernalillo County, New Mexico and Extension Director for Elbert County, Colorado.Both Gale and Kathy served as co-coordinators for the Colorado Conservation Tillage Associations Annual Conference from 2005-2010 adding to their inherent agriculture knowledge and expertise. CCTA WebsiteIt is not unusual to see one of Kenneth’s, Gale’s, or Kathy’s children or grandchildren working at the farm (volunteer pay mostly). They stack straw, weigh pumpkins, fix wagons, clerk, sweep, pop popcorn, cook, pick and price produce, wash dishes, roast chilies, clean gutters and do just about anything to help whether it is fun or downright nasty. Oh, they do have fun being kids too!