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Lunch at the Tipcke Farm

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Nathan Beck, 11, and Erin Beck, 9, of Goodhue enjoy lunch during the 10th annual KCUE Harvest Lunch Broadcast and Tour on Friday, Oct. 19 at Tipcke Farms in Goodhue. Matthew Lambert / RiverTown Multimedia2 / 5
Farm tours were given to people interested during the 10th annual KCUE Harvest Lunch Broadcast and Tour on Friday, Oct. 19 at Tipcke Farms in Goodhue. Pictured here is a combine the Tipcke family regularly uses. Ross Tipcke, the son of Dan and Dawn Tipcke, works on the farm and said when it comes to the harvest, they don't take a break. Even finishing up at 2:30 a.m. on Oct. 19 because a rear wheel fell off the previous night. After fixing it up, they kept going. Matthew Lambert / RiverTown Multimedia3 / 5
Pictured are the farm owners and members of KCUE and the Red Wing Area Chamber of Commerce. Front row (from left to right): Laura Aadalen, Dawn Tipcke, Dan Tipcke, Patty Brown. Back row: Marion Fitschen, Cory Thompson, Dawn Laffey, Terri Cook, Jodie Schultz. Matthew Lambert / RiverTown Multimedia4 / 5
Lynn Ketelsen of the Linder Farm Network and Jack Colwell of KCUE hosted a live radio show Friday, Oct. 19 at Tipcke Farms in Goodhue as part of the 10th annual KCUE Harvest Lunch Broadcast and Tour. Matthew Lambert / RiverTown Multimedia5 / 5

The 10th annual KCUE Harvest Lunch Broadcast and Tour was held on Oct. 19 at the Tipcke Farm in Goodhue.

Residents were able to enjoy a delicious meal, while also having a chance to see the Tipcke Farm operation.

KCUE's Jack Colwell and Linder Farm Network's Lynn Ketelsen hosted a live radio show, where people could come on and ask questions.

This was the first year the farm hosted the event, finding time during the busy harvest to host hungry residents.

Matthew Lambert

Matthew Lambert joined the Red Wing Republican Eagle in March 2018 covering school board, public safety, and writing features. Lambert previously wrote for the Pierce County Herald and River Falls Journal. He is a graduate of Winona State University with a Bachelor's degree in Mass Communication: Journalism. 

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