Our goals and aspirations revolve around the belief that the ultimate goal of farming is not the growing of crops, but the cultivation and perfection of human beings. With this principle in mind, our farm offers education to the community in taste, stewardship, and the ongoing relationship between the two. Come out and join us for agritourism experiences, workshops, volunteer opportunities and more.
Guided tours are available by appointment only and last approximately 1 hour. $15. Free for children 12 and under.
Self-guided tours are free! Please be respectful of the animals and the land. Be aware that fences are electrified.
Please leave your pets at home!
Be sure to wear a hat and walking shoes!
A Day in the Life
This tour is two full days and limited to four people. No children, please. $750/person.
Come spend two days living the life of a cheesemaker. You will participate in all the aspects of a farmstead cheese operation, from milking to producing the finished product. Includes a two-night stay at the Inn at Serenbe, hands-on experiences with livestock, making cheese with the head cheesemaker, and a cheese tasting.
All About the Cheese
This tour lasts two to three hours and is limited to six people. No children under 12, please. $250/person.
Go behind the scenes of a farmstead creamery, and observe cheesemaking in action. Spend time with the head cheesemaker asking questions, telling stories, and tasting cheese.
Out on the Farm
This tour lasts two hours and is limited to ten people. No children under 12, please. $55/person.
Spend a morning out in the fields and watch the sheep, chickens, dogs, and pigs in action. During this hands- on tour, a farmer will answer questions and explain the role each animal plays on the farm.
We offer a general tour for school groups of all ages.
We offer customized tours for people working in the culinary or farming industries.
Interested in running your own farm? Want to know more about grass-based agriculture? Interested in becoming a cheesemaker? Curious about the pros and cons of farmstead versus artisan? Don’t reinvent the wheel by spending months researching and years of trial and error. We can help answer your questions, think through problems, and find solutions!
We offer a variety of classes and workshops to the general public. Look for our calendar with details on Facebook, or reach out to us directly.
We welcome volunteers year-round. Find out about group volunteer days on Facebook, or reach out to us directly.
The Rico Tasting Room is now open by appointment ONLY. Please call 770-463-0677 to make your appointment.