Farms Tours available for groups & families.
Daily Farm Tours Available
During the Summer, Farm Tours are available at 9am, 10:30am, Noon, and 1:30pm Monday through Saturday, Memorial Day through Labor Day. Just stop by and join us on a tour. Off-season tours after Labor Day are available by appointment only. On Saturdays during September and October, we will be conducting Noon and 1:30 tours.
In the off-season, if you want to schedule a school tour with your classroom, click here or scroll down the page for contact information.
About the Farm Tours
You will receive a guided tour of a working dairy farm and milk processing facility. Your tour will begin at our Visitor Center, the Moo School. Here you will be able to learn about the history of Country Dairy, dairy farming, and the dairy industry.
Next you will take our tour wagon where on your tour, you will be able to see our cows, how they are milked, how milk is bottled or (on certain days) turned into cheese and ice cream.
At the close of your tour, you can sample our famous Premium Chocolate Milk, or try something we call “Moochies” (cheddar cheese curds). We’d also like to invite you to try a delicious meal at our new Farm Store and Deli. Enjoy a garden fresh salad, a hearty bowl of soup, or one of our meaty, farm-themed, panini grilled
sandwiches. And we hope you won’t miss the chance to try some of the best ice cream available in Michigan — ours!
We are looking forward to sharing our farm with your family and friends. Come and visit us soon!! Off-season tour hours from Labor Day through Memorial Day are by appointment only. Please call our tour line at (231) 861 4636 ×119 to set up a tour. Thanks!
Children 2 and under are FREE
School Groups: $2.50 / per person
All other Tours: $5.00 per person— 2 yrs. and under are free
How to Arrange Your Tour
To arrange a tour, call or email us.
Call: (231) 861-4636 ext. 119
Please call to confirm availability.
($25.00 min. on off-season tours.)
Good Manufacturing Practices for our guests:
1. All visitors are required to wear RED hairnets and beard-nets will be worn to fully cover hair and facial hair longer than ½ inch. Clothing must be clean.
2. When entering the plant, visitors will place the soles of both shoes in the footbaths provided. We discourage wearing sandals or open-toed shoes—booties must be worn over such.
3. Visitors will refrain from touching all equipment, packaging, and container bundles during their visit.
4. No glass, hard plastics, food, drink, gum, candy or tobacco products are allowed into the processing plant.
5. Handbags, briefcases, fanny-packs, knapsacks, etc. must be left in the visitor’s car or upon entrance to the plant, these items must be left in the break room.