WELCOME to our 2012 Season!
The hens are back in the henhouse, and we have lots of new baby calves. Rosie our ewe had twins (Patrick and Patricia - March 2012), and with the other new sheep and calves, we are looking to have an exciting new program this year: learn how to wash, groom and show a calf or sheep! Details to follow soon! Learn some fun "Farm Facts" and find out what's going on this season from our facebook page.
The Farmhouse. . .
Come and stay in our beautiful century farmhouse -- built in 1910! The 3 bedroom house sleeps up to 6 comfortably, with 2 queen beds and 2 single beds. Children are warmly welcomed with a supply of toys, puzzles, games and books! And if you are traveling with younger infants, there is also one travel crib on-site for your convenience.
You receive the key to the house. Rooms cannot be rented separately. So, along with the rooms, you'll enjoy the fully-equipped kitchen, plus propane BBQ. The living room has a TV with DVD player (and a few provided movies) and all linens are provided.
And we are open year round! True home comfort whether you are traveling for summer beauty, winter sport or whatever you can dream of in between.
But that's only the beginning. . .
Now, when staying on a farm, it would be a shame to eat anything other than farm-fresh food. So you can start each day by feeding the hens (if you'd like), and then gathering the fresh brown eggs for breakfast... each day!
And if you're still in the picking mood, then by all means, take a refreshing leisurely stroll through the fields and pick some wild flowers -- there's 160 acres to choose from! Of course, you are on vacation... so simply sit back, relax and watch us farm the land. We cut, rake and bale forage hay in June and July. The beef cattle enjoy the second cut in late summer / early fall. (But if you think you'd like to get your hands dirty, i'm sure Terry will not reject the help. There's real satisfaction in a hard day's work)
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