Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Hastings Dairy Tours & Milk from Farmstead Creamery

Updated 6/1/17
We're now booking dairy tours for the 2017 season, from May to October, and have set the dates for our annual special events open to the public. We also bottle fresh milk at our farmstead creamery to sell at the farm and local stores. Check out what we have to offer this season;

Buy Fresh Milk at Hastings Dairy  -  Open: Daily during daylight
Milk is bottled on-farm at Rowdy Cow Creamery. Processed in small batches using low temperature vat pasteurization. Milk is non-homogenized (cream rises to the top) whole milk bottled with minimal processing the way nature intended. Available in white, chocolate and a variety of flavors such as strawberry, blueberry, banana, root beer, cookies & cream and others. Rowdy Cow Creamery also makes strawberry cheesecake drinkable yogurt and delicious tea in two flavors. Check out the flavor schedule on the website to see which milk flavors and other products are available.

Two of our yummy flavors; chocolate and orange cream
Bottling strawberry milk pints at Rowdy Cow Creamery

Cow Tales Adventures (for children 5 & under w/ caregiver) 
May 16, May 31, September 19 and October 4
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 cow 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 will be available to taste and buy.


Ready for a Cow Train ride!
Petting a sweet calf

Milk from Cow to Bottle Tour & Tasting  
Morning Tours 10am-12:30pm: June 21 and August 2
Afternoon Tours 1:00pm-3:30pm: May 21, June 3, June 27, July 3, July 9, July 22, August 13, September 10, September 24 and October 13 
$6/person (12 months & under free)
Want to experience a real working dairy farm and creamery? Attend “Milk from Cow to Bottle Tour & Tasting”. This event includes 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. Milk will be available to taste and buy. 


Cows enjoying a meal
A tractor race!
A wagon ride through the barn to see the cows

Parking is free. Activities are outdoors and indoors. No reservations are necessary. Remember, you're visiting a farm so dress for the occasion. Milk will be for sale during all tours and events.

If you have a group of 20 or more, book a private farm tour. Perfect for schools, day camps, scouts, 4-H clubs, play groups, senior groups or any group! For a unique party experience, check out our party packages which provide private use of our facility.

For information about the farm, dairy tours and milk, go to the Hastings Dairy website

Garrett Hastings with one of his favorite cows, Lucy

2 comments:

  1. You have a lovely blog and your photos are beautiful. Thank you so much for sharing, and warm greetings from Montreal, Canada.

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  2. Your photos make farming look cool and rewarding..thanks

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