Ad Astra Alpaca's
Annual Open House is always the weekend after Thanksgiving, a great way to start the Christmas season!
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This farm has Alpacas and Alpaca produtcs for the Kaw Valley Farm Tour and they are hosting Double D Custom Welding, Dave Davidson, Custom made signs, wind spinners, garden gnomes, etc...
He will have a diverse display of metal signs, laser etchings, wind spinners and customized license plates which can be customized, and he will take orders to the customer’s specifications.
Honey and Honeybees, Beeswax, Pollen, Free Range Chickens,Peaches, Bleckberries,
apples, onions and garlic
Bee Keepers will share experiences
View the bees in a observation hive
Children can "dry run" extract honey
Fruit and pullet eggs available for sale
BlueJacket Crossing Winery
1969 N 1250 Road, Eudora
Farm produce is grapes and wine
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Tour the vineyard and winery
Visit the tasting room
Kid friendly and restrooms on site
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31915 W. 115th Street, Olathe
At Bowlin Farms, we are a multi-generational family produce farm in Olathe, Kansas. We raise high-quality crops that yield an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables that we sell direct to customers just like you, online, at several Farmers Markets, several Grocery stores and right here at the farm.
What We Do:
Bowlin Farms is proud to provide fresh, local, and farmer grown produce at an affordable price. We Know where and how all of our produce is grown and produced. We do supplement our vegetables with ones grown by other area farmers but WE inspect and wash ALL that we sell for the protection of our customers. As it was when we started years ago, our customers are the reason for what we do and we take pride in providing the freshest and safest produce available.
KC Popcorn will be at Bowlin Farms on Sunday with fresh kettle corn
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Fresh fruits and Vegatables
Flowers and Plants
Grass fed beef and goat
Rabbit breeding stock
Kid friendly and restrooms on site
Visit the fold, hay wagon rides
upclose encounters with the animals
Dancing Cow Farms
Randy and Emily Winchester
36 E. 2200 Rd. Wellsville, KS 66092
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Established in 2010, Dancing Cow Farms focuses on sustainability, low maintenace beef production. On their 67 acre homestead they started with a herd of 7 Scottish Highland Cattle with a focus on providing the highest quality livestock.and beef to the surrounding area . In 2017 they expanded operations and are now the home to Kilo and Boer goats and assortment of rabbits, chickens and ducks
We will have Chicago style Hot Dogs on Saturday and Sunday
Woodfire Pizza on Sunday noon-3pm.
Lots of baked desserts as well.
Andy,Susan and Brigitte Theroff
259 N. 1250th Road, Berryton
Dragonfly Farm is an arts on the farm destination where you can explore a variety of art, crafts (and soon culinary) workshops. Offering traditional art forms such as fiber arts, soap & candle making as well as seasonal arts & crafts workshops offered by a host of area artists. Learn a new skill or craft while enjoying the scenery & company of alpacas, Nigerian goats, ducks, and chickens. This picturesque farm has a little something for everyone to enjoy. Our Holiday Open House is the 2 nd Saturday in December 10am-5pm. Follow us on Facebook to keep up with our events and workshops. www.facebook.com/dragonflyfarmdesign. Open during tour and by appointment.
Farm Products: • Jams, Jellies, Vinegars & Seasoned Salts • Goats milk soap, lotions, scrubs, essential oils and candles. • Farm fresh eggs & Honey • Alpaca fiber & alpaca products. • Art & culinary workshops
Farm Highlights: • lunch items Saturday and Sunday • Farm store open • Chicken feeding and petting area • Alpaca & Goat feeding and photo ops. • Craft activity for kids of all ages • Live music Saturday • Local vendors on site • Fall themed photo opportunities for your family photo
Restrooms on site
Glo Farm/ Frankenbee's
South Baldwin Farm
Gabe Spurgeon and David Miles
22 E 1700 Rd Baldwin
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Owner Dave Miles and his son-in-law Gabe Spurgeon both have a passion for tree fruit and agriculture, despite both having education and career backgrounds in engineering. Dave grew up on a dairy farm in northeast Kansas, and Gabe grew up in southwest Missouri working many summers in a peach orchard. Both came back to agriculture to pursue the dream of large scale tree fruit with modern growing techniques.
History of tree fruit on the property goes back as long as anybody can remember. When Dave purchased the property circa 2000, dozens of apple trees were well established. The Miles family maintained a half-acre orchard, until the planting of the commercial orchard you see today started in 2015.
Apples (over 20 varieties including Honey Crisp)
Local Fruit and vegatables
Vesecky Family Farm
John and Sharon, William and Joanna
1814 N 600 Rd Baldwin
Vesecky Family Farms is one of the largest pasture raised poultry farms in Kansas. Their stone farmhouse
was built in 1866, and added on to in 1870, 1885, and 1980. Three generations of the Vesecky family work this farm and are pleased to welcome you!
Start your tour seeing the poultry close up, participate in educational games and get the feel of the farm. The hay ride runs continuously through the weekendpoultry, goats and a few cows. Its a great opportunity to meet the farmers and ask questions.
Small folks can play in a corn tire, climb a rope and big round hay bales or take a ($2) train ride. Bring your cooler to purchase farm fresh chickens. The Veseckys' will be taking orders for holiday heritage turkeys.
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Beautiful setting with 100 year old burr oak trees
Historic gabled barn roof
Enjoy a hay ride and educational tour
Turkeys, goats, and interactive displays
Additional vendor: Linda's Sweet Delights
Lacey will have her Porch Critters at our place for farm tour. She may have some wooden pumpkins too!
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DURING FARM TOUR WEEKEND:
• Coffee Bar featuring Cider & Snacks
• Mums, Ornamental Kale & Cabbage, Pansies
• Wreath & Dried Flower Arrangement Making
• Spring Flowering Bulbs for Fall Planting
• Cole Crop Plants & Garlic for Fall Planting
• Corn Shucks, Dried Flowers, Pumpkins & Gourds
• Gifts & Other Seasonal Decorations
• Potion-making Station
• Paper Moon Photo Booth
• Bocce Ball, Coneflower Hole & VVN World Famous Spinner
• Haunted Nursery Walk: A Nightmare on Elm, Oak & Birch Street
(kid-friendly daytime walk & special evening hours for an especially spooky experience through October)
Vinland Valley Nursery
Doug Davison and Amy Albright
1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin
Twenty-five years ago this past spring, Doug Davison and Amy Albright opened Vinland Valley Nursery in the rolling hills between Lawrence and Baldwin City. Their plants are grown organically, and they grow and sell trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, herb and veggie plants, and tropicals. They offer an extensive variety of native plants to encourage gardeners to think of themselves as naturalists and conservationists.
The full-service garden center includes gorgeous pottery, locally produced goods, gifts and seasonal items, bulk products including mulch, topsoil, compost, and services including delivery, design, installation, and maintenance. Whether you seek rare tropicals or prairie plants for a butterfly garden, Vinland Valley Nursery is your destination! Visit vinlandvalleynursery.com for more information and directions.
These goodies will be available at the coffee bar full hours:
lattes (plain, salted caramel, french vanilla)
chai tea latte
hot spiced cider
hot tea (spiced chai, Moroccan mint, pumpkin spice rooibos