Frequently Asked Questions
Tours last 90 minutes and vary in content with the interest of guest.
We charge $10 per guest with a $60 minimum charge for groups with less than six.
We do individual tours to multiple bus loads. For larger groups we like to break them up into smaller groups, so everyone can ask questions.
We are a working farm, so you could get dirty, ideally you should come dressed like you were going to work in your garden. You'll want to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. Find out all the things you want to know about a dairy farm, see how our cheese is made, make some home-made ice cream and grind corn to make flour. See the momma cows and baby calves. Learn how farmers grow the food you eat!
Weather is seldom an issue for our tours since they can be conducted inside our barn. We have a meeting/classroom designed just for tours. All of our cows, livestock housing and milking system are under one roof.
The farm is set up to handle semi-trailers and can handle up to 3 tour busses at one time.
Yes, but only one restroom for both sexes.
Seating capacity is 60 individuals
We can provide a boxed lunch, and other simple catered meals. We do have bottled water and other drinks on hand.
We can for an extra fee but be aware that hay rides typically take up almost all your tour time. Still a lot fun though.
Yes, we like a lot of hands on. Kids can feed the cows, grind wheat flour and corn meal. For an additional fee kids can hand crank themselves their own homemade ice cream.
We try to have cheeses to sample on tours.
Yes, we have several types of cheese for sale on the farm. We also have gift boxes available.
Currently we do not have the necessary bottling equipment but maybe in 2019.