Nancy in the garden
 
 
Nancy with baby goats
 
 
Ruby with a peep

Richard giving Charlotte a tractor ride

Our chickens with Kiyomi!


 
 
Farm Tours for All Ages!!

Many people, both young and old, never have an opportunity to experience a farming environment.  And most people only know what they see on TV, in the movies, or at the zoo! 
 
Did you know that donkeys are very smart?   In the Disney movie, Pinocchio, you would believe otherwise.  We have two donkeys on our farm.  Sadie, born to a wild herd in the West and Penelope Candice, aka Penny Candy, born here on the farm on October 2, 2013 to Sadie.  She is SO sweet!
 
In the media, goats are given a "bad rap".  They are pictured eating paper, tin cans, and just about anything else.  But they don't eat these things.  In fact, they are very particular about what they will eat.  And over 100 plants are poisonous to goats!!  They DO love to eat poison ivy and pine branches!  We have a small herd of goats which give birth every April to sets of twins!  And are they adorable!
 
As for chickens, there are many kinds, shapes and sizes, every breed with different "personalities".  About 80 Buff Orpintons live on the farm.  This breed of chicken comes from Britian.  They are calm, brood (sit) on the nest, are great mothers and make wonderful pets.  We also have a pet chicken by the name of Eloise.  She is a Bard Rock and loves to be petted!!!  She is truly huggable!

And we have two cats, Peaches and Mickie Mouse.  Peaches loves to greet people when they come for a visit!  He is also a great "mouser".
 
Frush Farm tours are designed to meet the needs of the group.  Tours can include:
  • Meeting and feeding the animals
  • Collecting the eggs
  • Milking a goat
  • Educational talks about the animals
  • Educational talks about cheese-making
  • Educational talks about the flower gardens
  • Educational talks about raising healthy, naturally grown vegetables
  • Tractor wagon rides
  • A campfire talk in the evening
  • A healthy picnic lunch

 
Group sizes are limited to 12 people. Permission slips must be obtained from parents for children under the age of 18 who are still living at home.  For more information about tours, please contact us at nancy@frushfarm.com or call Nancy at 717-627-3397. 
 
Come to Frush Farm and enjoy the wonders that nature provides to all of us!!!  We welcome you!!!!

 

 
 


Sadie and Penny Candy

Kiyomi with a baby goat


Eloise the chicken

Leiham and Peaches the Cat



Helena with a peep