Schedule a Visit or Online Tour
We highly encourage you and your family to schedule a visit to the farm. We'd love to show you the symbiotic relationships we nurture to give you outstandingly healthy food.
The online tour is live with our family, sharing many of our photos, experiences, & practices, and answering your questions. (Its only prerequisites are a phone, computer, and full size screen.)
A purchase or donation is a prerequisite for scheduling an on-farm visit.The farm serves the Quad Cities, Illinois, & Iowa regions. We typically take about an hour to show you how we grow your food, and then allow time to answer your questions. Per food safety guidelines, we require handwashing after animal contact ends, and do not allow guest's pets. Each household must register in advance with the form below, up to 8 people total. There is no smoking on the farm. Please stay by the side of your young children as we explore the farm. You agree not to share our family's personal information, including but not limited to names, address, email addresses, phone numbers, intellectual property, videos, and photos.
Please let us know what time and date you would like to visit the farm within these hours:
- Saturdays 11am-2pm - on farm
- Mondays 5-7pm - on farm, except winter
- Tuesdays 7-9pm - online, except May & June 9-10pm (or propose a different weekday and we'll check schedules)
NOTICE for on-farm visits: You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity. Inherent risks associated with agritourism activities include, among others, risks of injury inherent to land, trees, plants, insects, equipment, weather, and animals, as well as the potential that if you act in a negligent manner, injury to yourself or others may occur. The agritourism operator is not liable for the injury or death of a participant in an agritourism activity resulting from the inherent risks of agritourism activities.
Please dress for the weather, hats recommended, and long pants & boots required. (You can wear any closed, above the ankle, full heel, low heel boots: rain boots, hiking boots, winter boots, cowboy boots, mukluks, Wellies, etc.) Thanks!