Monday, October 5, 2015

Visit a Real Dairy Farm this Fall

There are two more open events at our farm this season. Join us to see the cows, taste milk, and enjoy the beautiful fall colors from our dairy on the hill.

Cow Tales Adventures (for children 5 & under w/ caregiver)
October 7 from 10:00am-12:00pm @ $6/person (12 months & under free)
This farm adventure allows young children and caregivers to take a wagon ride around the farm, pet the calves, ride the train, play, and have fun! Arrive by 10am and plan to be at the farm until 12pm to take part in all of the activities.  

Milk from Cow to Bottle Tour & Tasting 
October 11 from 1:00-3:00pm @ $6/person (12 months & under free)
Interested in tasting delicious fresh milk and meeting the cows who produced it? Attend “Milk from Cow to Bottle Tour & Tasting”. This event will include milking parlor tours, wagon rides, petting the calves, the cow train for kids, viewing the creamery, and milk tasting. This is an open house, so visitors can come and go during the event.

Take a wagon ride to the barn to see the cows (photo taken by one of our visitors)

A young visitor interacting with a calf
Let's go for a train ride!
Making a cow hat at the cow craft table

Friends enjoying a wagon ride around the farm
Tractor fun!
My sons, Jack and Garrett, and Mom (Carolyn) pour milk samples for visitors
Taste milk bottled at our on-farm Rowdy Cow Creamery. This is one of only a few farmstead milk bottling operations in Ohio. The milk is fresh and delicious! Milk will be for sale during all tours and events, so bring your cooler.
Me sharing information and answering questions from visitors

Parking is free. Activities are outdoors and indoors. No reservations are necessary. Remember, you're visiting a farm so dress for the occasion. The farm is located at 13181 Claridon Troy Road, Burton, OH 44021.

For information about Rowdy Cow Creamery, the Cow Tales and Milk Tasting events, private tours or party packages, go to or contact me at


  1. hey there
    first of all its a wonderful blog.. too good it is.... and coming to the diary farming thing you are doing is too cool... we are into dairy farming too and we are from hyderabad, india... while checking out some photos i noticed how well organised your barn is and the cow stable too.... no wonder people are willing to visit your barn.. and your idea to make dairy farming a fun tour simply awesome... we are not as organised as you are but will certainly put my efforts to keep my barn clean and tidy.... i think your diary farm is what happens when one love his job..... thank you... keep posting.....lots of respect..

  2. I remember going to the dairy as a child and always loved it. I chaperoned by Daughter's trip there with school last year and it was funny to hear the kids talk about the smells and how the cows feel to pet. But, they do gain a better appreciation for dairy products and how they are obtained. Good educational experience!

    Heidi Sutton @ Ag Source Magazine


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