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Farm Tour General Information

Boone Farm Tour
What to know before you go

Several of Boone County’s rural treasures invite you to visit them for this year's123 farm tour, rain or shine. This self-guided tour of some of the county’s finest working and historic farms will offer visitors a chance to learn more about agriculture in Boone County. Agriculture is a vital part of Boone County and there isn’t a better to learn about where your food and fibre is produced than to visit with local farmers.            

Along the way, look for the some of the over 90 barn quilts that grace Boone County barns. Visit Boone Barn Quilts for more information.            

Plan ahead

   Check out the Farms page to decide which farms to see

• No Admission CHARGE

   There is no admission price for the Farm Tour but there may be some fees for farm activities.

• Bring Cash

   To purchase food or other items at the farms. Many farms do not accept credit/debit cards.

• Dress for a farm visit

   Wear sturdy, all-weather clothing and shoes that can get dirty, the tour continues rain or shine.

• Follow farmers’ instructions

   And be respectful of the animals.

• Wash your hands

   After handling animals.

• DO NOT bring pets

   This can frighten farm animals and may be dangerous. These are working farms with animals - please be   

 • Facilities

   Most farms will have handicapped restrooms available.

• Have fun

   Bring a sense of adventure and don’t forget your camera!

• Fill out a survey, be counted

   Future farm tours depend on this information, ask a volunteer about the survey.

All  programs and services  are   offered on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to race, color, national   origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, and marital or familial status.



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