International Permaculture Day on The Dancing Farm
Join us as we Celebrate International Permaculture Day for a full day of Learning and Welcoming in Spring
Our Gates open at 9:00am and we close at 5:00pm (Rain or Shine)
The Days Activities include:
Throughout the day watch as our first Chicks hatch out of their shells,
9:15am Let us introduce ourselves and the work we are doing on the Farm
10:00am Join us on our Nature Hike with our Goats, Sheep and Guardian Dogs
11:00am Join us for our Egg Hunt in our Farmyard, Turkey Hill and Southern Yard
12:00pm Learn how fun and easy it is to make Duck Egg Pasta and Fresh Goat Cheese followed by Pasta and Cheese Tasting
1:00pm A Tree Planting Ceremony in Memory of Bill Mollison co-founder of the Permaculture Movement followed by a Learning Session about Permaculture Design
3:00pm Get your hands dirty with our First Perma-Blitz of the Season
4:00pm Find your Zen Moment as we all conclude with our Goat Yoga 🧘♀️ 🐐 and Closing Meditation
Space is Limited so be sure to reserve in advance
6 Assorted Heritage Breed Turkey Poults (Pick Up Only)
When you order your set of 6 Assorted Turkey Poults, we will place your Turkey Eggs in our incubators 30 days before your reserved Pick-Up date. Because our Turkeys roam freely on our 35 acre farm, we cannot guarantee a specific Heritage Breed Poult.
The Dancing Farm was established in 2011. We are a cooperative learning facility for organic and sustainable farming, hospitality and living. Our goal is to create a peaceful and enriching environment for all of our plants and animals living on our property as well as providing a place for learning, relaxation and rejuvenation. Our testing and learning facility is a working farm with Dairy Goats and Sheep, Heritage Breed Chickens and Turkeys, Ducks and Guinea Fowl. Unlike many other farms our farm animals are an integral part of our farm ecology. By practicing Permaculture Design we are constantly working to enrich the soil using only organic and sustainable fertilizers from compost, poultry manure and worm castings all of which are produced on our Farm. Our new facility will not only be a working farm but will also have a full service Bed and Breakfast Hotel showcasing our life on the farm. Our guests will have the opportunity to participate in all of our farm duties from collecting eggs and milking our goats to learning how to make cheese, maple syrup and farm to table meals.
We raise only Heritage Breed Turkeys which are very different from the Turkeys typically found in supermarkets. We are currently raising Bourbon Reds, Blue Slates, Midget Whites and Chocolate.
100% Pure Maple Syrup
Our 100% Pure Maple Syrup is produced here on the farm with our own Maple Trees.We start gathering the Maple Sap as soon as the Winter days warm above freezing
Our Lambs and Goats
Our East Friesian Sheep, Nigerian Dwarf Goats and our Guernsey Cross Goats are primarily raised for their excellent milk production but we do sell a very limited amount of Pasture Raised Lamb and Goat.