About Our Farm
Conner’s A-Maize-Ing Acres is a 5th & 6th generation working family farm. Our first goal is to put God first in everything we do and to treat people as we would want to be treated.
Our farm animals are raised as naturally as possible, and they are treated with love and kindness. The farm is home to over 100 farm animals, (cows, calves, goats, ducks, chickens, chicks, rabbits, pigs, peacocks, pea hens and our beautiful hypo-allergenic Curly horses. All our animals are allowed to range on beautiful green pastures and are not shut up in pens except our rabbits for their own protection. Our chickens are allowed to roam freely over the yard and outside areas except for the two months we are open in the fall for their protection. After the general public are gone, we let them out to roam freely again until night fall. The chickens put themselves up at night and we close the doors behind them for protection. When we have a surplus of farm animals we sell them at the market or to the general public.
Most of our crops are heirloom varities and we do not plant GMO seeds. Our crops are grown in the ground and hydroponically. They include include strawberries, herbs and vegetables and are grown without the use of pesticides. The herbicides we use are natural products or products organically approved.
The garden we plant in the ground consist of mostly field corn and sweet corn. We open our garden to the general public by appointment only because we are busy running the farm and to ensure that there will be adequate produce available.
In the fall we plant a corn maze and for about 7 weeks, open our farm for field trips, groups, and the general public to enjoy a day on the farm. We have over 100 acres of farm land for children and parents alike to enjoy.
In the spring/summer we do not have a corn maze, but gear our field trips and visits to plants, farm animals and life on a family farm. We invite schools, groups and the general public by appointment only, to visit our farm and learn about farm animals and our fresh farm produce. Where does the food you eat come from and how is it grown?
The best way to contact us is by e-mail
because we are out most of the day working on the farm.
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