When coming out to visit the farm, there’s a few things that we ask people to be aware of or to do:

  1. Please keep the speed down on the road leading to the farm. It’s a one lane dirt road, and we like to be as courteous to our neighbors as possible.
  2. When you go through the front gate of our farm, always close it behind you. If there’s a group of cars, the last one in line is responsible for closing the gate. Don’t assume someone else will come and do it.
  3. Please park near the red barn past the hoop houses. It’ll be pretty self-evident where everyone is parking, so just try to follow suit. Don’t block the road as the tractors and other visitors need to come and go.
  4. Please don’t bring your dog. We have two Great Pyrenees livestock guardian dogs and they don’t do well with other dogs, as they see them as a threat to their charge (protect the flock).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us! We’re almost always welcoming to visitors, but it’s best to let us know you’d like to come out.