We are open for the Season!

THURSDAY - MONDAY 10 AM - 4 PM

Admission

$8 adults | $6 children & Seniors | under 2 free

$3 Open Barn*

Our Open Barn program provides reduced admission for EBT, Medicaid, and Reduced/Free School Lunch letter or cardholders.
As a part of this program, annual memberships for a family of five are also available for $20.

MEMBERSHIPS

Family memberships start at $50 for a family of two and are valid for one year. Membership benefits include unlimited visits, plus 10% off events, our farm shop, and Retreat Farm food trucks.


Meet our animals

 

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Cows

Carlos, our iconic Brahma Red Holstein weighs around 2,300 pounds! He can be found up in the Piggery and loves being feed handfuls of hay. We also have two Holstein steers on pasture that you can see as you drive by on Route 30.

Donkeys

We have two female donkeys, sometimes called jennys, named Sassy and Tilly. Donkeys are used all around the world for many jobs. Despite their small size, they can carry people on their backs, pull carts or plows, and they can even be used to guard flocks of sheep or goats.

Rabbits

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Rabbits are often kept as pets, but can also be raised on farms for meat and fiber. You can visit with our rabbits, but remember, as a prey animal, rabbits are naturally timid and shy!

Goats

Goats are some of the most friendly and curious farm animals. Our herd is continuing to grow and we’ll have more kids (baby goats) throughout the season. We milk our does and the entire herd helps manage invasive plants on the farm. Visit with the goats inside the barn or admire the rest of the herd working and eating around the farm.

Sheep

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Our sheep spend their nights out on pasture and days in the barn. Let them nibble corn out of your hand or help bring them up to pasture at the end of the day. We use their wool for workshops and if you visit us during Winter Carnival you can watch them being shorn!

Chicks

We have a rotating cast of new birds in the barn with new chicks arriving every three weeks! Visitors can hold the baby chicks in the barn and visit with our older birds in the Piggery. This season, we’ll have a variety of breeds including Wyandottes, Cochin Bantams, and Brahmas.

Laying Hens

We have a flock of approximately 30 Buff Orpingtons located near our Children’s Garden. These laying hens provide the eggs that we sell in our Farm Store. While you’re here, feel free to check for eggs in the laying boxes and bring down any you find to the store!

Free-range Birds

There is a variety of birds roaming the farm including ducks, peafowl, guineafowl, and bantam chickens. They all help out by eating ticks and other insects. See if you can find them all as you explore the Farm.

Pigs

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Our sows and piglets can be found in the barn. We use our pigs to till our gardens and help reduce our waste by eating food scraps from the farm and local restaurants. When they’re not napping, they love to get back scratches using wire brushes.