We love having visitors on the farm!
We're always willing to talk about farm tours for groups or individuals - get the inside view on what a working livestock operation is really like behind-the-scenes.
While being mindful of COVID precautions, we are hoping to host a few on-farm events and workshops in 2021.
We are a working farm, and while we try and keep a tidy operation, farm life is messy! Be prepared for manure, mud, and uneven surfaces when visiting. Dress appropriately - long pants are recommended, close-toed shoes are mandatory. Don't wear anything you don't want to get dirty!
We do not tolerate aggressive animals on the farm, but cannot always predict how our animals will act or react around strangers. Please do not enter any pens or enclosures without permission and supervision. Please do not touch or feed any animals without checking with Eric or Margaret.
We strive to maintain a high level of herd health, but even healthy animals inherently have some bacteria in/around them that may make humans sick. Wash hands before eating, drinking, or touching your face.
No smoking on farm grounds, and please leave your pets at home.