Spend a few hours at the Farm
The Farm's main focus is food production, education, and urban agricultural research. Outside of scheduled tours and open houses, the Farm does not have "walk-in" sales hours.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you would like to contact us about a products outside of scheduled sales events, please contact us.
Products may be purchased during Tours, Open Houses, and Classes
Classes are available for everything from Anything Turkey to Zany Goat Tricks. Click here for a full listing of classes.
Eggs - Our cage-free hens are fed a locally grown and Organic feed from Fehringer Farms. It is a non-GMO, non-corn, non-soy product. We have 4 breeds of hens (Ameraucana, White Leg Horn, Barred Rock, Rhode Island Red) which lay 3 different colors of eggs (green, white, and brown). Eggs are for purchase during Open Houses or as a weekly egg share. Contact Amanda.
Dairy Share - We are a goat dairy, which means we milk goats. We turn the goat milk into cheese and yogurt. Nuff said. Please contact Amanda if you are interested.
Honey - Not currently available.
Lotion and Soaps - Amanda Weaver of 5 Fridges Farm and Marva Jolly of Healing Touch Nutrition have come together to create several farm-influenced flavors of all- natural, handmade, small batch soaps, body butters, and scrubs. These were originally created because both Marva and Amanda are redheads with sensitive skin and they were looking to create products (often with farm ingredients) that would sooth or invigorate without irritation
Turkey Club - Gobble, gobble. Each year the Farm hatches our own turkeys for Thanksgiving, and have yet to be pardoned by the president. Our turkeys are fed the same locally grown and Organic feed from Fehringer Farms as the chickens. We have 3 breeds of turkeys (Royal Palm, Bourbon Red, Super Delicious, I mean Narragansett). Contact Amanda by July to reserve one for your Thanksgiving.
Open House - The Farm doors are open, the shelves are stocked, and people are welcome to drop in and see what we have to offer. You will get a chance to see products made at the Farm from 5 Fridges Farm and other producers. A brief tour of the farm will be scheduled within the Open House hours. No advanced registration required. Open House Dates
Public Tour - Spend an hour at the Farm and see all the animals. Learn about the projects and research happening at the Farm. Advanced registration required. Maximum 10 guests per tour. No fee, but donations are greatly appreciated. Public Tour Dates
Private Tour - Spend 1½ - 2½ hours "behind the gate" at the Farm and get up close with the animals. Feed the goats, gather eggs from the chickens, and gobble with the turkeys. Learn about the projects and research happening at the Farm. End with a sample of fresh goat cheese! Advanced registration required. Maximum 10 guests. Cost is $40 per group. An extra demonstration (like making butter or farm cheese) can be added for an additional cost. Private Tour Dates
School Groups - Bring your students to the Farm to learn about the importance of local food and farming. This K-12 STEM-focused conversation covers the food system, farm logistics, and issues in local food (age/grade appropriate). Bring your lunch for a picnic after the tour. Maximum 25 guests (including at least 3 adults). Advanced registration required. School Group Tour Dates