Farm Tours

Love where your food comes from.

We are not offering tours at this time.

Transparency and sharing the importance of community level agriculture are key goals for everyone here at Hodges Family Farm. One way that we accomplish these goals is through tours. Unfortunately, due to a lack of staffing and a heavy workload, we are not able to offer tours at this time. We are, however, always happy to answer any questions about what we do and how we do things at Hodges Family Farm, just reach out to For an inside peek at how things run, check out our social media @hodges_farm on Instagram and @hodgesfamilyfarmandpumpkinpatch on Facebook. Also, check back periodically as virtual tours are something we have wanted to add to our website for quite some time…

How It (normally) Works

1 Sign Up

Send an email to
Please include the number in your group and a few dates that you'd be able to come.

2 Prepare

We'll get you on the schedule and send you any details.
In the mean time you should get hyped up for a great farm experience!

3 Arrive

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes and sturdy clothing, sun screen etc.
Once you arrive your tour guide will meet you and show you around.

What to expect on your tour.

Tours typically last about an hour and the length of the tour largely depends the group’s level of engagement. Your tour guide will be one of our farmers NOT a professional tour guide so be sure to come with lots of questions to get the most out of the experience. These tours don't have any set structure or topics but typically we try and show you all of our core operation points such as cows on pasture, laying hens, hogs and any crops we have growing at the time. We'll discuss our farming practices and answer any questions. If there is anything specific you want to see please mention it in your email.

For questions about Field Trips please email

On the day of your tour be sure to wear sturdy clothes & comfortable shoes. We also recommend sunscreen, bug spray and a bottle of water. We won't be near a bathroom so just keep that in mind too.