Visit/Tours

FARM TOURS

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Enjoy a great meal with Grass-fed meats, prepared by a local Lexington Chef! And have a great time learning about Certified Organic farming, and how sustainable farms like ours are changing food for the better.

See happy cows, pigs and chickens. Expressing their cowness, pigness and chickeness.

Our Farm tours are a blast. We take two hours to show you around and let you see first hand why what we do is so special! See the animals up close and get all your questions answered. Plus, if you have a few minutes to hang out after the tour, there is a catered meal. Don’t miss this chance to visit the farm.

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Kids, friends, and your whole family are welcome. Bring them all.

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Other Tours

Can’t make this one, visit our page on Facebook to get updates. We do tours throughout the year.

We’ve had visitors from Ohio, Kentucky, Illinois, California, Tennessee, West Virginia, Indiana and Michigan!  And everyone said it was worth the drive. Thanks again for your interest in our farm!

Our FREE Farm Tours will be posted on Facebook. So check out our page and LIKE us. Thanks!

You may also check by calling 859-582-4624 to get details and sign up.

Schedule Your Own Farm Tour

We also give Farm Tours for Schools for $150 (half the price of a private tour for a non-school group). Currently, we do tours from kindergarten (with plenty of chaperones!) all the way through college age. Younger children than kindergarten may come with parent who is attending. We do have a limit on the number we can take at a time. Please call or email us for more information. Tours usually run from 10:00-12:00, but we can accommodate a slightly different schedule to suit your needs.

Private Tours are available for $300 and gives you 2-3 hours of our time to ask questions, and see the inner workings of our farm. Most people who want to do our Private Farm Tour are  thinking of starting their own farm someday, or simply want more one-on-one time with us to ask as many questions as they want. (It is worth the investment!)