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Boblink Dairy & Bakehouse
369 Stamets Rd, Milford, NJ 08848 | 908-864-7277 Website | Map
Top Photo & Photo 2 & 3 Credit: Facebook/Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse
Grass-based dairy farm producing and selling raw milk cheeses and wood-fired rustic breads. Farm tours given every Saturday and Sunday at 2pm. Tours last one hour and include Boblink's bakery, farm store and a hike to see the cows in the pasture. Enjoy a taste of various cheeses and fresh baked breads. Cost is $5, reservations are recommended. Hands-on baking and cheese making classes.
Cherry Grove Farm
3200 Lawrenceville Rd, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648 | 609-219-0053 Website | Map
Dairy farm and creamery, producing farmstead cheese from grass-fed cows’ milk. See cows, calves and goats grazing. Visit the milking parlor and creamery. Watch cheese makers making cheese. Sample award winning cheeses. The farm store offers locally made food and crafts. Picnic at the farm. Home Cheese-making classes. Farm to fork dinners. Take a 1 hour guided farm tour for $10. Milk Cheese Appreciation Day free event in April. Ghostly Farm Tour. Don’t miss the annual Cow Parade and farm party held the first Saturday in November.
Fulper Family Farmstead Website | Map
281 Rocktown Lambertville Rd, Lambertville, NJ 08530 | 609-651-5991
Photo credits: Facebook/Fulper Family Farmstead
Farm Tour includes the milking parlor, newborn calf barn. The tour will end with your chance to see our cows being milked! Our Farm Tour also includes:Tasting our Delicious Dairy Products, Baby Calf Snuggle Time, What Goes into Raising Calves and Caring for our Dairy Cows, Learn about our Family History. Catch a Glimpse of the Farmers at Work (They are always on the move), See Our Cows Being Milked.Farm Tours start promptly at 2:30pm every 2nd and/or 4th Saturday of the Month.Registration is required…preferably 7 days before your desired tour date. $14/person or $50/family, whichever is less. Ages 0-2 are free.
Fosterfields Living Historical Farm
73 Kahdena Rd, Morristown, NJ 07960 | 973-326-7645 Website | Map
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This 200-acre farm offers educational activities and demonstrations of turn-of-the-century - 1920s farming methods and life. Visitors can participate in various farm-related activities. Churn butter, crack corn and feed it to the chickens, and tend the garden. Staff are dressed in period attire and interpret the lives and roles of Foster family members, domestics, and farm laborers. They perform a daily regimen of farming and domestic chores and raise livestock and crops by historical methods. Tour the elegant Gothic Revival mansion, the Willows, home of Caroline foster and built in 1854 by Gen. Joseph W. Revere, the grandson of the famous Paul Revere.
Open April through June, Tuesday - Sat 10am-5pm and July through October, Wednesday - Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 12-5pm. Admission $6 for adults, $4 children 4-16, $2 children 2-3. An additional $1 for a guided tour of the Willows.
Howell Living History Farm
70 Woodens Lane, Lambertville, NJ 08530 | 609-737 3299 Website | Map
Farming began on this site in the 1730s, with just about every type of farming situation has occurred here. The farm has evolved from a grain producing farm to a dairy farm and over the years various crops have been grown, animals raised, products produced, etc. The farm has gone through periods of family ownership and occupation and absentee owner/tenant farmer occupation. Today the Farm exists in its rural setting as both an example of farming as it was practiced in New Jersey in the period 1890-1910 and as a landscape where one can find the remnants of over 250 years of farming practice and life. Free admission. Lunch and snack foods are available for purchase during Saturday programs between 11:00am and 3:00pm. No food is available on Sundays or weekdays. Picnic tables are available by the visitor center. Farm related items may be purchased at the gift shop in the visitor's center. Gift shop purchases help support the farm programs.
Long Street Farm
44 Longstreet Rd, Holmdel, NJ 07733 | 732-946-3758 Website | Map
Interpreters in period dress show both daily and seasonal agricultural and domestic activities. Open daily year round from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Visitors may enter at their leisure, free of charge. From Memorial Day through Labor Day the farm is open 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Pets are not allowed within the farm. Parent/Child Morning Chores program is offered from 8-9 a.m. the first Saturday of each month (except October). Open to ages 4 and up. Participants will help the farm staff milk a cow, collect eggs from the chickens, and feed the livestock. Program meets at the Longstreet Visitor Center. Please dress for the weather and wear closed-toe shoes. The cost is $15 per parent/child pair. $5 per additional participant.The Farmhouse is open weekends and holidays, March through December, from 12-3:30 p.m.
Readington River Buffalo Farm
937 County Rd 523, Flemington, NJ 08822 | 908-806-0030 Website | Map
Photo credits: Facebook/Readington River Buffalo Farm
We offer public tours every Saturday and Sunday during October. Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-4. During these tours we will also have our grill open and sell bison burgers and hot dogs. Pumpkin picking, Bison Burgers & hotdogs, hayride tours, corn maze. Wizard World Harvest. Father’s Day Pop Up Tour & Burgers. Farm store with bison meats.
Valley Shepard Creamery
50 Fairmount Rd, Long Valley, NJ 07853 | 908-876-3200 Website | Map
Spring Lambing Tours, Sheep Sheering Tours. Fall Cave Tours with Tractor ride to the cheese cave. Sheep Shoppe with cheeses, meet, lamb skins, yogurt, gelato, butter. Jams and honey.
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