We really enjoyed the farm tour this morning (offered Saturdays at 11:00am). We did not have children with us and there were none on our tour, so I do not know how that would be or if things would be adjusted. That said, Farmer Mike spent 90 minutes or so showing us around the farm and telling us a lot about the farm's operations, animals and principals / goals, at our pace and while welcoming and answering all of our questions. We are already fans of small farms with a diversity of crops / animals / products, with organic and animal-welfare conscious practices - and this is that style of farm, and a friendly one with cows, chickens and pigs to see as well as delicious cheeses made on premises. The animals seemed happy and were lively and fun to visit. There is a charge for the tour, but I thought it a good value given the amount of time and information, and it being worthwhile to support the farm.
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