Please join us in welcoming five new farm and ranch stay
Earthrise Farm, Madison, Minnesota
Originally purchased in 1944, this 240-acre family farm near Madison,
Minnesota is run by sisters Annette and Kay Fernholz. The
gardens here are comprised of a four acre portion of the farm, and
the remainder is farmed organically by their three brothers.
Earthrise Farm can accommodate up to 4 guests in their Pacific
yurt. Breakfast is provided. Children under 12 are welcome, as are
Country Cousins Farm, Evans Mills, New York
Located in the village of Evans
Mills, New York, the Country Cousins dairy farm invites guests
to partake in some hands-on experiences and find out what life is
like as a farmer. Guests can help with morning milkings, evening
feedings, and other chores.
Up to 8 guests can be accommodated in the private cabin. Meals
are served family-style, and guests are welcome to relax in the
farm's family room and play games. Children under 12 are
The Farm in Whitewright, Whitewright, Texas
Situated on 30 acres, The Farm in Whitewright,
Texas invites you to get away to a quiet place for a night or
two. Help out with frolicking goats or milk a cow.
Up to 6 guests can be accommodated in the private suite, and
horses are welcome too -- there is plenty of space to park a
trailer. Meals are to order. Children under 12 are welcome.
Rock Valley Ranch, Las Vegas, Nevada
Stay in Red Rock Country! Guests have the option of
staying in the ranch's guest room, or bringing their own RVs and
horses. Endless riding in every direction lead to vistas and
The queen guest room accommodates 2, or guests may bring
an RV for the single RV parking space. Refreshments are provided,
but otherwise guests are responsible for their own meals. Children
under 12 are welcome.
Pond Farm, Greenfield, Indiana
This new, modern farmhouse is located just east
of Indianapolis, Indiana. Take part in some of the farm
activities (if you choose), or just enjoy the hundred acres of
farmlands and free-ranging farm animals.
Groups of up to 9 will have exclusive use of the farmhouse.
There is a farm store to purchase eggs, chicken, pork, and beef to
make up your farm-stay meals. Children under 12 are welcome, as are
weddings, parties, reunions, and special events.
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