Spring Family Farm Tour
Visit with us at Windrush Farm. You will spend the morning learning about wool and meeting the different animals on the farm. We hope when you leave you will have had an experience that you will always remember.
The sheep on the farm are a big part of what we do and with their wool we create roving, yarn and have classes to learn to spin, along with other fiber arts. But sheep aren’t our only animals here. You will meet the lovely chickens, Bell our beautiful Jersey cow and her daughter Star Brite. Spend some time with our Angora rabbit, Duncan. The lambs are getting to big to hold but we will feed the sheep, take a stroll through the pasture and watch the lambs romp around. We will end with a walk around the pond learning about the wild side of the farm. The pond is low do to the drought but you might even be able to find some tadpoles, frogs and other creepy crawlies. After the wild side walk you are welcome to bring a lunch or snack and picnic at the pond.
Gates open 15 minutes before event. Have directions to the farm as phone service is spotty in our area.
It is a working farm so we suggest shoes and clothing you don’t mind getting dirty.
*Due to Covid-19 our farm tours this year will be a private tour for a single family (2 adults and 2 children). The event will be outside or in the well ventilated barn and held rain or shine. Masks are required throughout the tour. Additional family and pod members can be added for additional price.
***If the Family Admission is Sold Out then that event is already taken by a family. If you are not with their party please do not buy the extra adults or children tickets as this event is for one family and their pod only. If you do, you will be refunded the ticket price only.
Tours: $150 2 adults & 2 children (additional adults $35, children over 10 $10)
For different day or time please email Mimi@windrushfarmwool.com
Windrush Farm 2263 Chileno Valley Rd. Petaluma, CA 94952
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Windrush Farm is a working farm with many types of animals. We kindly ask that you leave your pets at home when visiting us at the farm. This is in considerations to the well being of our animals on the farm and yours. -Thank you