FARM IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO COVID-19
We are closing until further notice, as we feel we cannot sanitize the farm (or the animals). If you’re driving in the area, feel free to drive in and watch the animals from your car – but please DO NOT leave your car.
If you are picking up an order, please call ahead and we’ll have it ready for you.
At Aurora Farm, we are a community of people who love local food, healthy and happy animals, renewable energy, compost and creativity.
We make natural goat-milk soap and natural care products, alpaca yarns and goods, and give workshops in all kinds of natural living skills.We are actively learning and teaching sustainable agricultural principles through workshops, tours, volunteer and employment opportunities.
Come meet our dairy goats, heritage chickens, alpacas, horses, donkey, sheep, dogs, cats and of course, all the people who love to call this their “family farm”.
Aurora Farm Store
Job Opportunities at Aurora Farm
Now hiring summer staff! Click here for more information.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are we open every weekend? – Yes! Unless the weather is really bad, in which case we’ll post about it here and on our social media.
How much is it to visit? – There is no cost to visit. We do have a Farm Store with products we make on site if you’d like to support us.
Can we see the animals? – Yes! We generally don’t allow people inside their pens with the animals except for special events, but many of our animals are friendly and curious and will come over to the fence for attention.
Do we sell Goat or Chicken Meat? – No, we are a vegetarian farm.
What happens to our baby Boy Goats? – We keep many of our boys, or we find good homes for them (especially with folks who take our Three-Day Goat School!). Neutered boy goats are an awesome addition to a small goat herd, to provide company for bucks or does.
Any other questions? Click this box for our Contact Page.