We are a living, working farm where animals are raised in as natural an environment as we can provide. Forrest Pritchard has worked years with his family and farm apprentices to create a system to rotate chickens, pigs, beef cattle, and sheep so that they are always on a fresh piece of pasture. When patrons visit the farm, they are always amazed at how beautiful it is, and how well the animals live. You are welcome to our farm any day of the week. The store is open from 9 am-7 pm, but you can also come to stay longer. PLEASE LEAVE YOUR PETS AT HOME. Because we are a working farm, we must ask that anyone who walks the farm trail be mindful of animal and vehicle traffic. To keep our livestock stress-free we cannot allow dogs and any companion pets to be on the farm, even with a leash.
Betsy and Ruth run an historical bed & breakfast in the family manor house that dates to 1824. It is a Federal Style structure with an elegant columned front porch, three acres of gardens, well appointed rooms with comfortable beds and large bathrooms with antique claw foot tubs. It is easy to spend a relaxing weekend on the farm.
You can take a two mile, self-guided tour of the farm on our birding trail. See all the animals in their natural habitat, and learn how we raise the food we bring to farmers’ markets each week. The self-guided tour of our 420 acre farm takes about an hour because there is a lot of ground to cover. Please wear comfortable clothing and shoes. You can start your tour at the farm store where we have a map and other printed information on the history of the farm. Bottled water and juice boxes are sold in our farm store, but we encourage you to bring your water bottle for the self-guided tour.
Thank you to all of our loyal patrons who come to visit us. We enjoy being able to show you what local and sustainable agriculture can be. Although we won’t give you a guided tour of the farm every day, you are welcome to visit us throughout the year. Below are slide shows from past Farm Days that we have hosted on the farm.