We ask that you wear close toed shoes since we will require everyone to step in a footbath. This helps to keep our farm clean of outside bacteria and our animals healthy. We will also give everyone a pair of gloves. Don't wear your best clothes or shoes, it is a farm.
Tours run rain or shine. Please dress for the weather.
You will be able to pet a calf that is designated and gloves will be provided. We want to keep you and our animals healthy.
Yes! This is a working farm. Tours are scheduled on slower days however there will still be machinery and employees working on the farm.
Yes! We love showing kids where milk comes from. All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
Mostly. The milking parlor and milk house would be difficult to access using a wheelchair. However, we do have a live video feed that can be shown of the milking parlor. Please let us know in advance if you need special accommodations and we will do our best.
Most likely not. However, you are coming to a farm and s**t happens sometimes. Just be mindful where you are standing or walking.
Yes. Your tour guide will be one of the family members. It is important to stay together in the group because this is a working farm and there is heavy equipment and large animals on the premise.
Yes. But please make sure to keep just the cows and your group in the pictures.
We mainly have cows and a few barn cats on the farm.
Not really but occasionally when we are near machinery.
We have only one rate because space is limited. Kids 2 and under are free but we try to keep the amount limited on each tour. We want to make sure everyone has a safe and enjoyable experience.
Not at this time.
Yes. We can schedule a private tour. Please send us an email with your request.