On our farm we have chickens; ducks, geese, geanies, pigs, cattle, miniature donkeys, cats, & Bob, our friendly farm dog. We have a nearby farm pond for fishing and paddle boating. We have trails to walk or ride. We have 4-wheelers available. We have orchards and garden in season. Whole line of antique farm machinery and modern farm machinery. We are very reasonably priced at $100 for the whole family.
Our intent is to raise quality, healthy animals. Our view is that anyone coming to our farm or website should be able to find out everything we know about the animals. We want to help educate new and interested people on what alpacas are, what they can do, and what it takes to raise them.
This old fashioned farm has a small commercial vineyard, a small organic vineyard which is "patrolled" for weeds and pests by a troop of Rhode Island Reds, a working barn, a small grass-fed beef operations, a mini orchard which squeezes out 60-100 gallons of cider (some hard) each year.
We have some produce/products for sale. We have some livestock for sale. There are all kinds of animals to meet, a brand new orchard, crops, and pasture.
Self guided tours with printed brochure of district including an 1850's barn and other historic buildings which formed an "agri-ecosystem" which was very common in Iowa agriculture in from the 1800's up to the early 1950's.
At Feenstra's Fine Friends you will get to see, hear, and touch emus and Boer goats. Emus hatch in late spring. They produce emu oil.
Hawkeye Buffalo provides guided tours of our buffalo herd.
We have a diversified certified organic farm and raise grassfed beef, pastured poultry, hogs and peonies.
The Iowa Flower Farm provides a fun and educational environment for families or individuals to come out and experience the beauty of a working flower farm, pick a bucket of fresh flowers, or pick up a freshly made bouquet. We are farm to home with thousands of perennials and annuals to choose from. Our colors and blooms are ever changing from week to week as the season progresses. Educational and fun classes include snip and sip events, build a hand tied bouquet, and kids make it take it. With more to come.
Visitors will have the opportunity to see a cow milking in a modern milking facility, give hand-milking a try, feed a newborn calf and pet an array of other farm animals.
A cozy collection of small enterprises located on a working farm collaborate to provide a diverse experience for visitors. Land Alliance Folk School shares the property with Geyer’s Oven, a backyard wood-fired pizza venue; Willow Grove Inn, offering lodging in a century old farmhouse; and Anna’s Cutting Garden, a u-pick flower garden. Guests have the option to book an overnight stay, attend a class or retreat, experience a pizza night, spend time in the gardens, or reserve space for private events or studio space for creative work.
Located on a 20-acre stretch of land on the outskirts of Iowa City, Lucky Star Farm is home to about 100 chickens, a small flock of turkeys, a dozen goats, and a trio of dogs and llamas. Owned and operated by Susan Young, we are dedicated to organic practices and currently offer pasture raised eggs year-round. We raise turkeys for the holidays and milk a small number of Nigerian dwarf does.
Join us for artisan pizza, made with local, organic ingredients from our gardens and pastures.
Rinderknecht Organic Farm is a certified organic farm. We sell beef, pork, and lamb.
Rosmann Family Farms is a 600-acre certified organic grain and livestock farm located four miles NW of Harlan in Shelby County.
Alpacas for show and companionship. We have raw fiber, yarn, and roving along with some hand knitted items.
Strawberry Hill Farm & Garden offers visitors an opportunity to experience a working farm with Daily Working Farm Tours available year round.
An elk farm raising elk for antlers, meat, breeding stock, trophy bulls.