Morning On The Farm
*The event has already taken place on this date: Sun, 07/07/2019
Come and join us here in the woods at Into The Woods Farm for a late morning of farm experiences from hanging with the herd of Nigerian Dwarf Goats to collecting eggs from our various chickens. Take a look around, meet our animals, ask questions, and learn more about our programs and who we are. Wild Walk With The Goats event is scheduled for 12:00 following the farm for those interested. $25 per person and children 4 and under are free.
Mornings On The Farm are a by donation event however $10/ person donations are accepted and appreciated. All donations go toward the care and maintenance of the herd and flock here in the woods. We practice holistic methods and all of our animals are fed whole natural diets. We believe in health through wellness which while not always the easiest and "cheapest" route we feel is the best for our animals our farm and our family.
Be prepared for the weather. Wear rain gear if raining, muck boots or shoes that can get dirty (please note no open toed shoes allowed), and clothing you don't mind getting muddy or dirty. The temperatures here on the hill at 1650 ft above sea level tend to be a bit cooler so dress appropriately so you can enjoy your time here. Also if you visit other farms please be sure to sanitize your shoes before coming to our farm for the safety of our animals.
Be sure to check for WINTER UPDATES on Facebook @intothewoodsfarm as the weather changes quickly at this elevation after November 1st.
Please do not bring outside food to feed the animals. We can provide treats that our animals are used to.
Please leave your other animals at home. We have dogs, cats. goats and chickens who live here in the woods and want to keep everyone healthy and safe. Thank you for your cooperation.
Bring cameras for many photo oppotunities and reusable water bottles which can be filled with our sweet mountain well water straight from the spigot.
*Times, dates, and prices of any activity posted to our calendars are subject to change. Please be sure to click through directly to the organization’s website to verify.