Our Farm Life Tour is an
educational 90-minute to 2-hour immersion in a small family farm.
You will meet the horses, chickens, goats, and sheep with the basic
premise being "Sustainable Living from the Inside Out." At the end
of each tour is a tasting of some farm products, such as goat
cheese, or cheese cake and our sought-after wine jellies & jams. The
tours are FREE to all lodging guests. Cost for day visitors is
$20/adult & $10/child under 12. Private tours can be arranged with a
$150.00 minimum fee and can be scheduled any day of the week. Tours
are at 10:00 a.m. every Saturday and Sunday from May through
November (off season tours are available weather permitting.)
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At Full House Farm we have
developed a way of living that feels good to us as a family and as
members of our community. We call it "Sustainable Living from the
Inside Out". We grow an organic garden that supplies us with corn,
potatoes, peas, beans, artichokes, tomatoes, zucchini, basil,
strawberries and more. Our landscape is filled with scented herbs
you can go out to pick fresh when cooking. The animals we raise are
loved and fed organic foods. The goats provide us with delicious and
nutritious milk which we then make into incredible edibles like creamy
chevre (cheese), yogurt, keifer, and for those hot summer days
Vanilla Ice Pops, or Lavender Ice Cream. The chickens lay wonderful
organic eggs and the lamb is organic, too.
When you visit Sonoma County, even if
you do not stay here, consider scheduling a Farm Life Tour. The
educational value of this tour can be life-changing. Schools are
welcome to schedule field trips, too! Spend 90-minutes to two-hours
feeding the goats and chickens, collecting eggs, learning about the
horses and sheep and even getting a photo opportunity on the tractor
(please ask in advance for this specifically if you are
interested.) Organic apple and pear picking is available when in
season at $2/lb. Be sure to call us in advance for
**This list may include some things
we do not always have and it may not list some things we do have.
The production of our vegetable garden varies based on weather
conditions and what we decide we want to plant each year.
*mint, rosemary, thyme, and sage are some of the herbs you will find
growing in the landscape year-round.