Farm Tour

by on October 14, 2015 in Home Page

Farm Tour

October 17thchickens

11:00 – 2:00

The farm tour is a day for families in the

community to come and enjoy a day of old-

fashioned fun at the farm.

Apple Cider pressing meet local farmers and

learn about their sheep, chickens, goats and

cows and more.

Come and meet a month old Alpaca, or simply

pet it’s mother. Turkeys, donkeys goats and

A hayride is scheduled for 1:30. Please note

persistent rain will postpone the hayride.

We invite you to join in the autumn fun!

See reverse side for a listing of

participating farms.

Fraser Farm, 475 Old Stoddard Rd., Nelson

Barbara Fraser’s farm is a small family farm trying to

produce organically raised meat and vegetables. Animals are

a major part of our farm, they provide compost for the

garden as well as provide, lamb, chicken & eggs which we sell

to a local store. Apple Cider pressing as long as we have

–Barrett Farm, 66 Old Towne Rd., Munsonville

Farmers Nick, Becky, & Jackson Barrett. Is the home of

Granite Lake Maple Products, it also boasts a variety of other

goods.  On their farm they raise & sell their own beef, chicken

& eggs. Goats are raised for live sale. In addition Becky’s

home baked breads, pies, freezer meals, pickles and other

home canned goodies are also available for purchase.

Bunce Farm, 381 Granite Lake Road  Munsonville

John & Ann Bunce’s farm was established in the late 1700’s,

early 1800’s.  Original barns are gone but house has

survived.  To keep Mother Nature at bay, polled Dorset sheep

were brought back to the farm in 1976.  With modern

equipment and sheep grazing, 20 open acres have been

reestablished and provide balance between open land and

woodland along with a three-acre pond.

Hay Ride starts at 1:30

Their Heaven Can Wait Farm, 161 Centre St.,  Sullivan

Fifteen years ago Darrell and Donna Waterson started a farm

for abused and neglected animals.  Seven years ago the farm

moved to Sullivan.  There is such a variety of farm animals it

takes seventeen feeding stations to feed them individually.

All are friendly and love to be visited by young and old.

Come see the one-month-old alpaca!   Donations to “Their

heaven can wait farm” are accepted but not expected.

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