Farm Tours!

Giselle 8-7-08

Edgwick Farm now offers educational tours of our farm, micro-dairy and creamery.  Our farm provides a unique learning experience for families to see firsthand where their food comes from.

Meet the milking ladies in the hoop house who provide us milk twice a day.  Greet the bucks and Bianci the donkey through the fence.  Cuddle with one of the adorable baby goats.  You might even catch a live birth if you get lucky!  Watch the cheese makers in action.  As spring approaches, you might meet chicks and ducklings.

Tours last for approximately 1 to 1 ½ hours, and will include a guided tour of the farm and dairy.  Guests will view the cheese make room, the milking parlor, and have hands on time with the goats in the hoop house.

We also include a tasting of some of our wonderful products – both cheese and goat milk.  (Cheese and goat milk will be available for purchase to take home.)

The tours are only offered from February to April and are by RESERVATION ONLY.  The cost of the tours is $5 per person (both children and adults).  Tours are offered Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 10 am and 2 pm.  Each tour is limited to ten people.

Tours are conducted RAIN OR SHINE.  Please be prepared to walk around the farm in cold weather; comfortable closed-toed shoes are advised.  If you need to cancel, you can let us know 48 hours prior to your scheduled tour time without incurring a fee.  Please do not bring your dog as it would frighten the goats.

To make a reservation and book a tour, contact Talitha.  Call her at (845) 401-2301 or e-mail at edgwickfarm@gmail.com.  We will send you a confirmation e-mail.  Payment is expected upon your arrival.

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