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Farm Tours

Farm Tours all day on September 16 for only $5!  Elliott takes you on a 1-2 hour tour and explains the beginnings and continued expansion of Stonehaus Farms.  Included is Animal Husbandry, interesting facts about many animals, as well as amusing stories and anecdotes of Life on the Farm! An Absolute Blast!

Only $5 per person, all day!  Tours begin are at 10:30am, 12:00pm, 1:30pm, 3:00pm and 4:30pm

Food and Drinks will be available!  Call now at 276.957.4048 to register! 


Visa/Mastercard accepted!

When kids say, "This is the best vacation ever" while totally unplugged and really learning, you know you're in the right place. This was a terrific hands on experience for us and I can't thank the Elliott's enough or recommend their farm highly enough! We appreciate you sharing your beautiful farm with us so much! When traveling to the mountains, we will include a visit here from now on!  -  Rhonda  McKeel, 2016

Stonehaus Farms offers sustainable living farm tours. We design our farm tours based on the group. If there are a lot of young children, we will show mostly animals. For older, inquisitive children, we make the tours more biology based. Our farm is not a petting zoo; however, you will be able to enjoy time with the animals. We interject fun facts and jokes into the tours, while making sure they are also very educational. The most important point of the tours is to show why farms have animals and how they have been used in the past. Each excursion is essentially a VIP tour.


Learn about the Animals

Our animal selection includes approximately 60 guinea hens that help us maintain the property by eating bugs, worms, and ticks. They will also kill snakes and rats. Our potbelly pig loves all animals on the farm except for other pigs. We also have the "Fowl of Stonehaus," which includes four exotic chickens.


Nigerian dwarf goats are our goat of choice. They're small in stature, but big in milk production, and they make the creamiest milk of all goats. Purchase goats for your home dairy or adopt some of these natural lawn mowers for your property.

Stonehaus Farms