We’re very sorry to announce that this year’s Open Barn Day event is canceled due to some personal/family issues that have arisen. We very much appreciate your interest and enthusiasm for this event and will miss hosting you all.
Thank you for your understanding.
The Thyme Garden is opening for the season on April 15th, and we’d recommend a visit to their lovely grounds as an alternative activity that weekend.
It’s time for our fourth annual Open Barn Day at the farm. From 11am to 4pm on Sunday, April 17, the public is welcome to visit our barn and see this year’s lambs, visit the other animals, and take a farm tour. If the weather is good, you’re welcome to picnic on the property and play in the creek. This year, we are asking $10 at the gate per car to help defray the costs of road maintenance and staffing.
We attempted a little holiday photo shoot in the barn this morning with a few of the farm animals. How did it go, you ask?
Opal the Tennessee Fainting Goat was up first. She didn’t want to stay in the shot until she realized she could eat the wreath.
Next came Cocoa, this year’s bottle-fed lamb. Sorry to report that Cocoa is no longer a cooperative photo subject.
Finally, we stuck a bow on Gillie and asked him to sit.
Good dog, Gillie!
Happy holidays to all!
We’re getting ready to host our third annual Open Barn Days at the farm! From 11am to 3pm on April 12th and April 19th, the public is welcome to visit our barn and see this year’s lambs, visit the other animals, and take a farm tour. Bring a picnic lunch and – if the weather is good – while away some time by the creek. If the weather’s bad, there’s always the hay loft!
This is a FREE event! Donations will be gratefully accepted to help defray costs. Look for the jar in the barn.
We’re trying to collect RSVPs, if possible, so that we can have an idea of how many people are planning to come. If you are on Facebook, you can visit one of the event pages and RSVP there. If you’re not on Facebook, a quick note to firstname.lastname@example.org with your RSVP would be most appreciated.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Visit our Rates & Directions page for directions to the farm.
Everyone and everything around here just can’t wait for spring, it seems. We’ve had a few arrivals that were earlier than we planned. Well, remember back in September when we found a ewe in with the rams? And then again in October, we caught Deedee in there. So, no surprise, those two have had babies already.
We’ve also got eggs in the incubator, and one lone chick hatched about a week before expected. Well, it’s a rare treat for our guests who stay here in March!