Fall Farm Hop FAQ

Fall Farm Hop FAQ

Q: What can we expect at your farm - Wells Farms?

A: When you visit Wells Farms you can visit our animals - cows, pigs, chickens, cats and dogs; live music from 11AM - 1PM; kids fun - corn bin, farmers market stand play, bale jumping; shop premium meats in our farm store; sample some Wells Farms beef sandwiches; stop by the agricultural education booth ran by our little farmer girls to learn some fun facts. 

We will be accepting donations at our sample station to support our "Beef Up Our School Lunch" campaign we are running to help double our donation of beef to our local school district. (Donations are not required to get a sample.)

Q: Do we need to purchase tickets in advance?

A: No! Creek Bed Farmacy is the only farm with an admission charge and that can be paid at their farm. Stop by the Admission building where they will have Apple Cider Donuts, Farmacy Honey, Fall Decor (corn shocks, pumpkins, straw bales) & Giant Belgian Mums available and get your Farm Hop passport punched.
For an admission charge ($) come into the Farmacy to go through either the 2 acre or 18-acre corn maze, visit the Back 40 Play Yard, see friendly farm animals, pick a pumpkin in the pumpkin patch ($), find locally made gifts at the Lean-to Gift & Snack Shoppe ($) or grab lunch at the Eat Shack ($).


Q: What time is the event?

A: Visit the farms between 11AM - 4PM


Q: Will each farm be selling their bounty?

A: Yes! Farms will have products and services for sale throughout the Farm Hop.  The products range from beef, flowers, apple cider donuts, to pumpkins, gifts and much, much more! Make sure to pack a cooler and ice packs to keep the products you gather along the way cold.


Q: Are farms cash only or do they take credit card as well?

A: All farms except cash or credit.

Q: Can we bring friends?

A: Absolutely! Tell your friends and neighbors. The more the merrier! 

Q: Is there a map available?

A: A: Yes. Please visit https://bit.ly/farmhop22 to print off a map. Cell service can be sketchy at times around here, so bringing a map along is a good idea.