Spend a day in the country visiting these five old-fashioned family farms, and be sure to bring a cooler if you're planning to purchase produce, eggs, or meat. Admission is free, and all activities are free, unless otherwise noted.

The Cusacks -- Cherokee Winds Farm
 Available to purchase: Honey, goat milk soap, felted soap, llama yarn, roving, eggs, fresh fruits and vegetables in season, goat milk lotion, lip balm, herbal tea, beeswax candles. Credit cards accepted.

The Niemann-Boehles -- Antiquity Oaks
The Niemann-Boehles moved to their 32 acres in 2002 to grow their own food organically. Today they have goats, sheep, pigs, chickens, ducks, and turkeys. In 2014, they added a Jersey milk cow and her calf and started a CSA garden.

Available to purchase: vegetables, eggs (both chicken and duck), fresh heritage chicken, goat milk soap made with organic oils, Shetland wool roving, Shetland and llama yarn, raw Shetland fleeces, Old English Southdown wool batting, naturally colored sheepskins, llama and wool rugs, books on raising livestock, gardening, homesteading, etc. Credit cards accepted.

The Zaceks -- The Farmer in Odell 
The Zaceks bought their little property in 1998. Over the years they've made a homestead by adding fruit trees and bushes, vegetable gardens, and a variety of small livestock. Currently they have dairy goats, chickens, ducks, and heritage hogs. Visit their farm to see what you can do with less than two acres to provide your own healthy food. 
Available to purchase: jam, baked goods, goat milk soap, goat milk hand and body cream, lip balm, sugar scrub, herbal salve, bath salt, soy candles, duck eggs, peacock feathers. Credit cards accepted.

Porta-potties will be available on all farms.

STATEMENT of LIABILITY: We don't charge for your visit and we are always happy to share our farms and animals. Please remember we are all working farms, and there are risks involved in any visit. By participating in a farm visit you accept those risks and agree not to hold the farms responsible for any injuries that may occur during your visit. Small children are welcome, and we expect you to have complete control of them during your visit. However your pets must remain at home. We reserve the right to ask you to leave if the safety of our guests or animals is at risk.

Left to right: Cheryl of Farmer in Odell, Melinda of Cherokee Winds,
Deborah of Antiquity Oaks, Kat of M2A Farm, and Janet of Eden's Harvest

Left to right: Janet at Eden's Harvest, Kat at M2A, Deborah at Antiquity Oaks,
and Cheryl at Farmer in Odell.

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