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Farm Visit

Free
NOTE: We have no "farm visits" available during the month of October. Instead you can visit our Pumpkin Patch.

ONLY ONE PERSON PER GROUP NEEDS TO REGISTER.

By law, we require that you only visit with a maximum of 10 people per group. Please review our COVID-19 policies and procedures here.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, we are allowing only a limited number of visitors at a time, so we appreciate you booking in ahead. You're welcome to arrive early or late -- the timeslots are just a guideline.

Your booking is free, but we welcome your donations.

Farm Rules
  • DO NOT PICK OUR FRUIT or BERRIES!
  • If you or anyone in your household has been out of the country during the past 14 days, then please do not visit our farm.
  • If you show any symptoms of illness, including a cough, you must not visit.
  • If you have a fever, or have recently had a fever, or are taking any medications such as Tylenol or Advil to prevent a fever, please stay home.
  • If you are sick, have recently felt sick, or think you may have been exposed to anything resembling a COVID-19 infection, please stay home!
  • There are hand sanitizers all over the farm -- please use them frequently, and especially when you arrive and before you leave the farm.
  • If you do have to cough or sneeze, please do so into your elbow or arm -- not into your hand
  • Maintain at least 2m/6' physical distance (a horse's length) from others on the farm at all times

IMPORTANT: During your visit
  • You are welcome to visit the chickens, ducks, and horses. If you bring some grain, you can feed the chickens -- but please do not feed the horses.
  • You are welcome to go into the pen with the chickens, but do not enter the horse paddocks.
  • Our animals are not pets -- they can bite, kick, peck, sting, knock you over, or otherwise hurt you. Please use care around the animals, and keep your children close.
  • As the barn is closed, if you want to visit the chickens you'll need to walk around the east side of the barn/paddocks -- there's a trail between the horse paddocks and the Balaclava St ditch that will take you to the back of the barn.
  • To make a donation you can leave cash in a donation box at the farm or send an e-transfer to donation@southlandsfarm.ca

To register, please click on your chosen timeslot below. If a timeslot is not shown, or is greyed out, then no visits are allowed during that time.

ONLY ONE PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD NEEDS TO REGISTER.

NOTE: We have no "farm visits" available during the month of October. Instead you can visit our Pumpkin Patch.
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