Our Animals Love the Farm ToursCheck Out the Info Below
General FarmTour Information
Beginning in Spring of 2018 we will be offering a limited number of farm tours.This fits into our mission of transparency. We want you to see the methods we use and the conditions the animals are raised in. These farm tours are available for individuals and groups. Farm tours last approximately one hour. We want the farm tours to be fun and educational and include plenty of time for questions and answers. As a result, we make sure to include lots of interaction with the animals.
However, please be sure to book your farm tour well in advance of your desired date and time especially if you have a large group. This makes an ideal field trip for schools and homeschool groups. There is a curriculum for the farm tour that can be given to teachers ahead of time so that they can use it in lesson planning. Lastly, remember this is a working farm so be sure to read the rules before making a commitment. Thank you and we look forward to seeing you soon!
The Money Stuff
We charge a nominal fee to support our farm projects and in order to devote the time and energy necessary to make this the best on-farm experience possible.
- Individual Adults are $10.00 per person. Children under 13 are $5.00 per child and children under 6 are free.
- Adult groups of 5 – 9 are $7.00 per person
- Adult groups of 10 or more are $5.00 per person
- School groups are $5.00 per person. Teachers are free.
- Non-profit groups are $5.00 per person. Organizers are free.
The Farm Tours Rules
Because this is a working farm we ask that you follow a few simple rules:
- No sandals or open-toed shoes
- Keep up with your guide — No unsupervised detours!
- Please keep track of your children and keep them with you at all times.
- Turn off all cell phones and keep distractions to a minimum so you don’t miss anything
- Do not enter any building or enter any pens unless instructed to do so
- If you are the last person through be sure to close the gate behind you
- No animals on the property or left in cars.
- REMEMBER TO HAVE FUN!
Treats for the Animals
Like any other animals, our livestock love treats. All treats must be Organic and non-GMO. No treats may contain soy and nothing moldy. Here are some ideas of what to bring to make them love you.
- Fruit slices — No pits or cores or citrus
- Animal Crackers
- Veggies — No broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage or, cucumbers or Brussel sprouts
- Greens such as Kale, collards, beet, turnip, spinach, and lettuce
- Squash or pumpkins
Items to Donate
We can always use small items that you would like to donate such as:
- Towels and washcloths
- Diatomaceous Earth
- Organic Grains
- Essential Oils
- Carrier Oils
- Spray Bottles
- You get the drift
- We are always looking for fencing materials and gates