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Visit The FarmWhittier Farms hosts events year-round allowing 
our community the opportunity to see how our farm operates. 
Tours and functions that are open to the public are posted below or
check our Facebook page for frequently updated event information.
We also schedule tours of the farm for private groups such as, 
schools, scouts, Moms' Clubs, and families. We welcome the 
opportunity to show our farm to your group. Please use our contact 
form below for more information regarding scheduling a farm tour. 
Visit The Milk Store: Our retail farm store is open year-round 
to the public. Click here for more information.
Visit Whittier Farms
Visiting AreaOur visiting area is open year-round during the store's normal hours of operation.We welcome you to visit with our ponies, Poco and Ziva, and our calves. 
Please wash your hands after touching the animals and 
especially before eating. 
Please plan your visit to our farm accordingly, public restroom is an outdoor porta-potty. 
Our retail store is handicap accessible. 

Upcoming Tours and Events:

Thursday May 23rd - 6pm 
Join us for a FREE farm tour. We'll show you our farm on our tractor-pulled wagon and answer your questions. All ages are welcomed. 


Saturday May 25 - 1pm-3pm
Free Cheese Sampling. We'll be sharing samples from Smith's Country Cheese and Cabot Creamery Cooperative. The sampling is free to attend but if you love what you try, we'd appreciate your purchase. 
Important Safety and Security Policies for All Visitors
 Guests must check-in at the farm store and all guests are requested to park at or beside the farm store. Whittier Farms reserves the right to request all guests to sign-in or for the group leader to provide an attendance sheet. All guests must wear appropriate footwear for the tour. Guests who have visited another farm in the last week or who have dirty footwear, will be asked to wear plastic boot covers. Whittier Farms reserves the right to change the tour route, offer a walking/wagon-ride tour, and cancel due to weather, ground conditions, and the variable nature of farming. The USDA advises that no one visits any United States agriculture facility for at least five days after visiting farms in other countries with contagious livestock infections such as foot and mouth disease. Whittier Farms extends this advisory to prohibit guests knowingly coming from other farms domestically with contagious infections/outbreaks.