Please Join Us at our Arizona Farm
We would love to educate and entertain you at our farm. We have an indoor presentation, complete with video and pictures that will teach you all about cotton’s long journey from seed to fiber. Following the indoor presentation, we have a hayride that will stop at the alfalfa field.
Our farm is nearly 90 years old and we want to share its history with you so come join us for a 2 1/2 to 3 hour tour and enjoy your time on our farm. At the end of the program, you will receive some very nice hand-outs.
There is very little walking and the hay wagon is very easy to board (solid steps and handrails). We suggest you bring a bottle of water, sunscreen and a hat. We sell water for $1.00 a bottle if you forget to bring any. We have clean restrooms.
Our customers have given us excellent reviews on Tripadvisor. In fact we are currently listed as Number One in “Things To Do” in Casa Grande.
Reservations are required. Tours are $15.00 per person. Call Nancy at 520-560-1119 to schedule your tour (unfortunately, due to the uncertainties brought on by the latest variant of coronavirus, we cannot post a definitive schedule, nor take bookings online at this time).
We look forward to seeing you in 2022!
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We teach people about how the Gila River and Colorado River Watersheds and how drought impacts the west. We also focus on the impact of drought on our farm.
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On your tours, do you teach about how climate change is impacting your ability to continue to irrigate your land?
We teach about the impact that drought has on our farm. We show maps of the Colorado and Gila River watersheds so that people can understand how less rain and snow in other states can directly affect our farming production.
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Please contact a cotton gin to find out how to purchase bales of cotton. Brokers sell them and the gin manager can give you information. Best of luck.
Hi Nancy, My friends and I went on your tour yesterday. Amazing, educational and entertaining. So worth more than the price of admission. Thanks for having us – Cinda Wood
Thank you Cinda. We enjoy teaching Arizona and Pinal County agriculture. So glad you were able to attend. Have a great winter in Arizona.