Filmed for Animal Planet, Quaker Farm was featured on the Discovery Network.
Quaker Farm has specialized in pasture raised heritage breed livestock and heirloom produce since 1985. They are especially known for their pasture raised lamb and heirloom pumpkins.
The decades of homesteading experience and the traditional skills and arts of sustainable living continue at Quaker Farm, and are shared with others through Living Arts classes and workshops as part of a Christian agricultural stewardship ministry of Quaker Monastery.
Farm products include square bale hay, raw honey, free range eggs, Nubian Dairy Goats, Cotswold Sheep, Border Leicester sheep, winter squash, Quaker and Amish pie pumpkins and more. All of our products are chemical and hormone free.
Raw wool fleece, wool locks for Santa beards and doll wigging, and wool roving also available.
The Farm Shoppe is open by appointment June - October.
Farm raised, AKC Rough Collie dogs for sale.
Living Arts Workshops include: Fiber craft (spinning wool into yarn and wool felting), soap making, cheese and yogurt making, bread baking, natural small livestock husbandry, sustainable gardening, medicinal herb craft, ice cream making, and more.
Quaker Anne's Children's Stories about life on a farm, free online!
Quaker Farm and Living Arts Centre.
Filmed by Animal Planet and featured on the Discovery Network.
Quaker Farm's holistic farming practices result in natural, pasture raised Cotswold sheep, Nubian dairy goats, raw honey, wool, maple syrup, famous Quaker Soaps and more - all produced hormone and antibiotic free for almost 30 years.
Sustainable Farming and Living Arts workshops.
Spiritual retreats, silent and directed retreats.
Season: June through September
Type: single farm
# of Shares: 15
Full Share: Contact for more information.
Work Req? No
Harrisville, Oscoda, Tawas.
Call for appointment.
Farm pick up for produce. Goat shares. Lamb shares.
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My family and I actually visited this farm while driving the Alcona County Quilt Trail during our vacation in northern Michigan. What an amazing place! We had booked a tour and it was well worth it.... [more]
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