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Upcoming farm tour dates

July 14: Myerstown, PA

A few important notes about our tours

  1. We only offer a small number of tours each year because our family farms are all-hands-on-deck operations. Our farmers are in the hen houses tending the flock and packing eggs every single day, and this big job is usually handled by one person or a small family.
  2. We must observe very careful safety precautions with the recent outbreaks of Avian Influenza, among other disease risks. So unfortunately, even though we encourage everyone to raise their own hens when possible, we cannot allow those who have regular contact with live poultry to tour our farms. If someone visits one of our farms who has their own hen house and some tiny micro-organism hitches a ride on their boots or clothing, our farm family could lose an entire flock.

Do you (or anyone attending the tour with you) own or regularly visit or tend to chickens or other fowl such as geese or ducks?


Do you (or anyone attending the tour with you) work or live on a farm?


Do you (or anyone attending the tour with you) work for an organization that sells, distributes or markets dairy products or eggs?


Do you (or anyone attending the tour with you) have any allergies or dietary restrictions we should consider when planning for your visit?