Clean fescue hay bales – no sage
Cedar Pond farms
Square Bale Hay
Some use these for weddings as seating or at wedding receptions but our cows are happy cows eating our square bale quality fescue hay. Your animals would be happy with our hay as well. We take great care with our fields in fertilize to prevent sage and thicket elimination to prevent unusable bales.
Bales can be picked up on the farm. They are kept in good dry storage on pallets to eliminate rotting bales. Please contact us for pickup times. Times are flexible on evenings and weekends.. Payment can be cash, Apple Pay or credit card via Paypal.
WE ARE SMALL FAMILY FARM
Our family farm is 31.5 acres. Our agricultural products are Black Angus Beef cattle, chickens for egg production and fresh square bale hay for sale. We also occasionally rent our Grand White Barn for event and wedding rentals. Please check out our farm education program available on our experiences links.
generations of farming land in Jefferson County
Our family farm history runs deep in history of dairy operations, slaughter house operations and a long standing hay and cattle operations.
Annual Hay Bale production
Chickens that have come and gone
Sustainable Beef cattle production on farm
Cups Of Coffee to run the farm needed annually
meet the ladies
Here are some of the girls that make the dough (we use our fresh eggs in the commercial production of our waffle cones and chips at our Gelato Brothers concept). Kids of all ages love to visit the chickens. We will show you how we raise our hens and care for eggs on your visit. Some folks love to see the chickens during weddings or wedding receptions. You will find no roosters here so the ladies are not aggressive toward folks. They are always looking for a little hand out of bread!
From Our Clients
Get your family farm educated or even a small group of students a bit more learned on farm ways. Come book an experience on the farm.
“Great experience with Shawn on his farm. We received upclose, hands on experience with his chickens and their egg laying process. Wife and I both enjoyed immensely. Thank You! We are enjoying a delicious Gelato now..”
“Our family of 6 visited Shawn’s farm as part of a 50th anniversary week with my in-laws. We had a great time learning about caring for chickens and being involved in some of the process. The location was beautiful and clean (I thought it would be kind of smelly tbh but it wasn’t!). We got to catch and hold the chickens, gather eggs and then take a fresh batch home with us. They were delicious! For a group of city slickers, this was a special experience.”
“A great visit to a cute but functional farm! Fun hands-on experiences handling chickens and collecting and washing eggs with an enthusiastic host who clearly loves what he’s doing. We went as adults and had a great time, but it would also be a fun experience for kids starting at around kindergarten age.”
“If you have ever thought about raising chickens for fresh eggs and don’t know where to start, the information Shawn will give you at his Chicken Petting Farm & Egg Wash Tour will get you on your way. The information provided is interesting and time tested. He’ll tell you what he has tried and what he uses now. His explanations are simple and easy to understand. On our tour we learned about purchasing chickens, feeding, housing, protecting, cleaning the hen house, collecting eggs and then washing them before heading home with some It was just what we were looking for, information with a lot of laughing as well, in an experience that was about an hour long. The area is beautiful and the farm story is interesting and the chickens are loved and happy! This AirBnb experience is hands on and fun for all ages and after our experience, we feel we could raise chickens ourselves! Book this experience and give yourself and your kids a unique experience! Something you’ll remember and will talk about for sure!”