Andrus Ranch, Lava Hot
Finding working farms and ranches that offer lodging in the U.S.
is a mighty challenge. We have spent over 8 months searching
the Internet and then entering information found on farm websites
and Google links to create a database of what we think is out there
for guests to enjoy.
Every time I read an article about farm stays, farm vacations,
haycations, and sleeping in the hay, I check to see if these farms
and ranches are on our site. Usually we have most, but often not
every one. I wonder what key words the writer has used to
find them all?
So, this is a plea. If you have a favorite farm or ranch
that is not listed on Farm Stay U.S., please forward the website or
contact information and we will add it here.
Our criteria: the property must be a working farm or ranch
producing something that is sold off the property to generate
income. I suppose, if the farm consumes everything it grows,
as an example of self-sufficiency, that works too. If you can't
decide, send the link anyway!
Word-of-mouth is the most powerful social media tool we
have...and one of the oldest. Tell us what you know. We'll
share it with the world!
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