A typical family farm where possibilities are endless and so is the work. We raise a lot of poultry and garden in our spare time. If you like feathers or fruit, you'll like to visit us. We press our own apples for fresh fall cider and tap our own maple trees for an early spring sap run. We are expanding our selection of fruits, berries, and vegetables for purchase in season at the farm. Eggs are available year-round (unless the chickens go on strike). Visitors are welcome to join us for activities, demonstrations, chores, or just a day away from it all. An enriching experience for all, especially if you purchase any of our products while you're here.
It's almost that time again. Time to clean out the sugar shack, pile up the firewood, wash out the evaporator, the tanks, the buckets, the hoses...........you get the picture. Sugar season is almost upon us. When the temps freeze overnight but the daylight brings 40 degrees or higher, we'll start tapping, gathering, boiling, and boiling, and boiling, and boiling some more. Visitors welcome to come play, work, learn, share. Call for best times.
I came looking for a source of good food & came away nourished by good company. I think anything these two fine people put their hands, heads & hearts to would be a success.... [more]
When we first met Sandi and Lynn we knew they were good honest people and future friends. They took a piece of land and have turned it into a farm. Glad to know your just up the road.
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My family, including myself, my husband, and my 6 year old son went out for a farm tour this past weekend. We had a wonderful time, especially my son, who got to see how to milk a cow, fed chickens, gave young ducks a shower, played with pygmy goats, and saw guinea chicks up close and personal.... [more]