Saturday, October 22, and Sunday, October 23
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Both Days
One of Our Best Events All Year!
The Fall Farm Tour is one of our best events each year. Millstone Institute for Preservation has taken charge of the Farm Tour for this year for New Leaf Market.
Come join us! There is so much to do here at Golden Acres Ranch. Walk around the goat and sheep pastures, watch the big livestock dogs, go on hayrides and ask us about any facet of our operations. Let the little ones feed lambs and kids in the petting area, watch chickens and play on the Phony Pony, an all-time favorite.
There will be a Corn Hole game sponsored by Farm Credit of Northwest Florida too! I’m trying to figure out how to make a tournament of it.
Then there is the addition of local vendors and craftspeople who participate here at the ranch, along with charitable and civic groups.
To get updates, sign up for our newsletter (in the sidebar) to get updates, keep up with us on Facebook and Bookmark This Page to see all the fun and education we’re lining up.
For a map and directions go to our Visit Us page.
For places to stay, go to Jefferson County’s website.
Crafts, Farm Products & Workshops
Shoes Farm House
Jams, Jellies, Pickles and Salsas.
Soaps, Lip balm and Bath salts.
Jefferson County Extension agents to answer weed, seed, and bug questions.
Camellia Garden Circle
Atlas Garden Gloves – Supporting 4-H programs with Jefferson County Extension
Local Agents and a taste of Kettle Corn
A Fire Engine and Firefighters, and the Fire Department’s mascots ‘Thor’ and his little brother ‘Laroque’ will be here.
Cryptic Creations by Faye
Faye will be here with her handmade jewelry, Pom Pom Pals, Mini Mates key chains and crocheted items.
Wool, Looms, Carding, Felting, Dyeing & Felted Halloween Critters
Organically grown Native Plants
Desiree’ Anderson’s Sugar Scrubs (all natural), Bath Soaks, Foot Soaks and Pallet Signs.
Homemade Popsicles – using all natural ingredients
We Appreciate Our Sponsors!
We are so appreciative of their continuous support…
Farm Credit of Northwest Florida is here to help rural America grow, and we have the resources and stability to meet all your lending needs. We are committed to working with you and others in agriculture to help grow a better community.
FMB helps to educate our community in a variety of ways. First, we go with a variety of visual aids, to schools, institutions and organizations to teach a range of different financial education topics to groups of many different ages and backgrounds.
We also host bank tours, where branch managers along with their staff welcome groups of elementary, middle, and high school students to tour our facilities. They learn what a bank is, what it does, why banks exist and offer the services and products they do.
In addition, customers can always request educational materials from any FMB office.