When You Visit the Farm

Farmer's Market

-It takes about 20 min from southeast Lincoln to get to the farm. Please make sure everyone potties before they come as the farm store does not have restroom facilities.

-The farm store accepts cash and cards for payment when that bacon or handmade local decor grabs your eye.

-During warmer months, feel free to bring an outdoor chair or blanket to sit on the grass for Barnyard Storytime. You are welcome to bring a snack along!

-There are only nice roosters at LRF. Our firm belief is that everyone can be kind or leave...even the roosters.

-Chickens don't like to be chased, they think you are a predator that is going to eat them. When we are calm the chickens will come right up to eat a treat and are very fun to interact with!


-Please don't bring your dogs. Since we're a natural farm, we don't know the history of your animal and it's important to keep our animals healthy. Also, our dogs will view other animals as predators to their livestock and their job is to protect them.


-We have two large dogs that are very friendly and love to be petted. They will most likely greet you at your car when you arrive. Give them a little love and they will gladly show you around the farm!


-Please have your child wear clothes and footwear that can get dirty, this is a farm and during summer, we will be outdoors.


-The fences are there to keep you and the animals safe. The silver wire fencing has an electric pulse running through it and will shock you. It kinda hurts but you'll live, and probably wish someone else had tried it before you did. Please do not climb fences, open closed doors, or go into buildings or animal areas. That is their place to feel safe and be free to act how their instincts tell them.


-IMPORTANT: While we are a very child friendly place, when there's major work going on (like our current milking parlor) DO NOT leave children of any age unattended outside. According to agritourism laws, we are not liable for any injuries that occur on property due to your or someone else’s negligence.