Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate our first Fall Festivities of 2013. We had a great time and we couldn't have done it without all of our sweet family and friends that donated their time and worked so hard. The music by Three Parts Grace and friends was a true joy and inspiration to listen to throughout the day. If you missed our first date, don't worry. You can come out to see us on October 12 or the 19th and we will be doing it again. Or plan a day of fun with us. We only need groups of 10 or more and we will give you the VIP treatment.
The time has finally come when we get to kick off fall and enjoy with all of you! Come visit us at the farm for lots of fun fall activities, live music, crafts, great food and so much more. Something for all ages. We are open Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10AM-6PM! Hope to see you here at the farm!
White County 4H Honor Club Members came out to the farm to lend a helping hand. We greatly appreciated all of their hard work as they help set up our Recycled Maze and moved many of the tires that will be used in various activities here at the farm. This was a very productive afternoon and we couldn't do all that we do here at the farm without wonder
We have been very busy getting ready for our fall season here at the farm. Lots of new activities have been added. Mark your calendar for our Fall Festivities Dates (Sept. 28, Oct. 12 & 19) from 10AM-6PM. These will be 3 fun filled days with so much to see and do with crafters, demonstrators and musical talent from near and far. Plus apples continue to come off the trees each week. Keep checking back to see if we have your favorite variety ready. Call to set up a time to pick them up here at the farm any day.
We have new babies on the farm. Casper, on nanny pygmy goat, delivered a healthy set of twins on Saturday, September 7, 2013. Meet Blaze N Star. Blaze looks like a baby calf instead of a goat and is adorable. Star was born with a white star on her forehead and just as cute. Momma and babies are doing fine and will look forward to your visit to the farm this fall.