Welcome to Staheli Family Farm! The Farm isn’t just a place where cows live or simply a place where food grows, it’s a place where real life happens. It’s what our family has done for six generations.
Today the Farm is different than it was for Great-great-grandpa Frank, but somehow it still feels the same. We continue to plant seeds and care for crops and animals, but we also plant new ideas and cultivate a new way of farming that helps grow and enrich our lives and those who visit the Farm. Together we face challenges and changes, but something wonderful grows when we connect our lives with others and to the land.
For us, being an active part of nature holds the key to gratitude, peace, happiness, and belonging. We invite you to experience THE FARM—to connect with nature, to breathe the fresh country air, to smell the fresh-cut hay, and to discover the miracle of agriculture and every-day life on the Farm.
See you soon!
Enjoy the new trails and fresh, green cornstalks! If you like the peaceful, calm, easy-going days on the Farm, this is a great day to come and see all the Farm has to offer, without the added energy of the extra events. Come back often!
No Field of Screams or witches tonight. Some Farmland attractions may not be operational yet. Come to mention it, some pigs might not even be awake yet! The llamas might still be in their pajamas….
Closing at 9 pm.
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Monday night is family night at the Farm. Forget about fussing over dinner; our Chuck Wagon Diner has something for everyone! Enjoy the best weather around while you get back to nature on the Farm together. Everyone’s going home happy and tired-enough to sleep all night! Monday Discount! Enter the Corn Maize & Farmland for discounted admission price ($8). That’s the deal on Mondays.
The Pumpkin Patch is open, and for the price of Farmland Admission ($8 on Mondays), you can come take pictures underneath a brilliant full moon! Moonrise at the Farm is always spectacular at about 8 pm.
Please post your moon photos with #stahelifamilyfarm or Staheli Family Farm so we can post a collection of visitors’ photos on our website.