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Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch breeds and raises the elegant and rare Suri alpaca. Approximately 10% of alpacas in the United States are Suri alpacas, which have long fiber that grows downwards like dreadlocks. A Suri alpaca in full fleece is like walking art!
Alpacas are prized for their fiber, which is sheared annually, and used for luxury yarns and clothing that is incredibly soft, lightweight and warmer than wool.
Hasselbring's Harmony Ranch is home to around 140 alpacas. Tours of the farm are conducted by appointment throughout the year. Alpaca products made from locally grown alpacas are available for purchase.
This is an excellent experience for people of all ages, including families with young children. Tour groups of up to 35 people are welcome. A pavilion is available for groups to gather; visitors are welcome to bring sack lunches.
There is no charge for visiting, but please call ahead to schedule.
This family-owned and operated farm focuses on sustainable, natural and humane farming methods. All natural fruits, vegetables, pork, free-range chicken and grass-fed beef and lamb are raised on the farm and sold in our Market. Our Market Restaurant is open for lunch Monday-Friday, breakfast on Saturday mornings and dinner on Friday and Saturday nights. We feature fresh, seasonal foods from our farm as well as from other local farmers. Guided farm tours are available by reservation. Visitors are welcome to walk around the farm anytime Monday through Saturday during regular Market hours.
This is a u-pick berry and vegetable farm. Almost all of our produce is available for you to pick; or, if you call in advance, we'll pick it for you. We are open daily, except during inclement weather, from late April through October.
We start with asparagus in late April; followed by strawberries in late May and early June; after that, vegetables as they mature: tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, green beans, corn, and whatever else we had time to plant.
About the second week of July, we have blackberries—no thorns on the plants, mowed grass between trellised rows, and no chiggers. These last until about the middle or end of August, at which time the raspberries take over and last almost until frost.
If we get our pumpkins planted by Father's Day, we'll have pumpkins from late September until Halloween.
We are closed from November until the asparagus appears again the following spring.
Visit our farm and canning facility. The Berry Patch offers a variety of fresh jellies and jams made from the acres of berries grown on this family farm: blackberry, raspberry, strawberry, and blueberry. The fruit is grown pesticide free and handpicked. Apple butter is made from fresh Jonathan apples purchased from local orchards. All products are available for purchase. Located off of Route 83, 4.5 miles north of Bolivar.
In the spirit of preserving the American dream of farming, the Red Barn Farm offers visitors the opportunity to experience a real working farmstead.
We feature traditional farm animals and crops. In addition to the working farm, we offer: school tours; a country store featuring our fresh produce; facilities for weddings; bonfire/hayride events; and a fall festival where families can pick pumpkins and apples, take a hayride and enjoy the country.
The farm is open spring through fall. In the spring and summer, our country store is a daily farmers market, selling locally grown produce picked at its peak. In the fall, we celebrate the harvest and offer visitors the chance to have some old-fashioned farm fun.
Hours may vary according to the season so please check the calendar or call ahead before coming to visit.
We have space for private parties and events.
Where Pigs Fly Camp welcomes you to stop in for a free farm tour to meet and feed the animals. We speciaize in field trips for schools and organizations. We are a not-for-profit organization.
Where Pigs Fly Camp is a working livestock and poultry farm. We strive to provide free farm and camping experiences where kids can build strong, positive relationships. Our goal is to strengthen children’s values such as teamwork, kindness, helpfulness, personal responsibility, and respect for others.
Ask about our overnight bunking and class facilities. Visit our website for details and event schedules.
From Route 50; take Route 19 north to Route ZZ; turn east; look for big barn with a flying pig painted on roof.
Enjoy the beauty and fragrance of blooming lavender in a setting reminiscent of times gone by. During blooming season (June thru October), pick your own bouquet while sipping refreshing lavender lemonade.
Surround yourself with all things lavender in our Lavender Shoppe, where you can search out trinkets and treasures that are tucked into our 100-year-old farmhouse. Learn how to use lavender for health, beauty and well-being.
Relax on our farmhouse's porch and enjoy a cup of lavender tea with a lavender pastry or dessert. Lavender themed box-lunch available by reservation. Free tours during blooming season on Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.
Visit our website for a schedule of special events.
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