Summer: Plan your Visit


Whether in a cup or cone, enjoy local Guernsey Farms Dairy ice cream. There will be a dairy-free option as well.


Farm fresh produce, from our stand to your table!

SUMMER activities on the farm

Explore the Food garden.

It all begins with a seed and ends up on your dinner plate. Check out the rows of golden raspberries or an an heirloom tomato ripening in the sun. Maybe you are curious about the the garlic scapes or why the cabbage worm always seems to find it’s match. Our food gardens are grown with minimal synthetic inputs and many helping hands.

Take a wagon ride.

Ever want to check out the back forty? Hop on the tractor drawn wagon and get a behind the scenes explore a variety of farm demonstrations. Find out how managing a 93-acre property is a labor of love and food on the dinner table is really a gift.

Walk the farm paths.

Grab those walking shoes and take a stroll through the farm by foot. Witnessing the seasonal changes up close provides a new perspective on the interdependence between the natural world and our curated lands. Plus it’s great exercise!


See the Donkeys 

Visit the horses and ponies

A favorite of many visitors, stop by the horse barn and interact with the farm animal that is herald as the single most important discovery for the advancement of human civilization. From transportation, to preforming hard work, to companionship, the contribution of this majestic animal is unmatched.

Milk a goat

You may think of the animals that goes “moo” when you’re pouring your glass of milk, but worldwide goats milk is consumed more widely. With yields up to 1.5 gallons per day, goats are a staple at Bowers School Farm.


Spread your feathers with the peacocks 

It all begins with an idea. Maybe you want to launch a business. Maybe you want to turn a hobby into something more. Or maybe you have a creative project to share with the world. Whatever it is, the way you tell your story online can make all the difference.


Moo with the Angus cattle 

One of the most popular breed of beef cattle in the United States, meet the cows and calves that graze the grass fields. They may be be as exited to see humans as the goats but if you’re lucky enough to get up close, their massive size and calm nature is impressive


Feel the wool on the sheep 

Staying warm and dry in the winter is paramount to the health of our sheep. Find out how soft the “ovis aries” really is. With over 1 billion sheep kept domestically world-wide, this is one of the most popular farm animals for its many uses.