Farm Tour

We encourage you to come meet your farmers and the animals that make your food.

If you can't come to visit, take our virtual farm tour.

  • 2012 Aerial View The cleared area is around 5 acres, and we have another 5 acres of woods beyond the pasture.
  • Farm House Built in 1890.
  • House You can see the goat pen is right off the deck we made with recycled pallets. We wake up to a chorus of voices in the morning.
  • 2010, 2012, 2013 Comparison Chicken coop & goat barn
    2010 - The "pasture" in the background had weeds ~7' tall!
    2012 - One year old willow tree, added an area for goats.
    2013 - Significantly larger willow, and added a goat pasture.
  • 2010, 2012, 2013 Comparison Left - Chicken coop and goat barn
    Right - Tack room/Milk room
    Back Right - Horse & Cow barn
  • 2010, 2012, 2013 Comparison 2010 - Cleaned up massive amounts of junk in pasture.
    2012 - Small area fenced for goats
    2013 - Larger goat pasture. Built deck from recycled pallets.
  • 2012 & 2013 Comparison Owen and Savannah. Still great friends!
  • Kid Pen Goat kid pen with secure fencing behind the chicken coop.
  • Goat pasture Larger goat pasture behind the house. Now subdivided past the tree so our buck can have his own shelter.
  • Goat hay feeder To prevent bickering over food, we built a 16 goat hay feeder that ensures everyone gets their fair share.
  • Chicken Nest Boxes Our chickens have a tremendous area when they aren't free ranging: this completely enclosed room with 10 nest boxes and walls of perches, a second covered but open air room, and a third wire topped "outdoor" room.
  • Chick brooders We have 3 graduated sized brooders to keep young chicks safe and warm until they are old enough to go out into a mobile chicken tractor.