After many requests and several delays, we are so excited to be offering an on-farm customer appreciation day. Come see the farm, meet your farmer, and help us cultivate food transparency in Central Minnesota!
We will be offering guided tours of Walker Farms hosted by your favorite local farmers, Andy and George Walker. We do ask that you pre-register, and note what time during that day works best for your schedule.Is there a cost? Yes - $10/adult. Children under 12 are free. Payment is due on arrival.
We will be in-person shopping opportunities in our farm shop where you will be able to shop U-pick style. You can also order ahead and pick it up in our on-farm store. Just let us know in the comments area during checkout if you would like to pick it up on Saturday, September 18!
Make sure to pre-register for a farm tour, and let the kiddos sit on tractors, or take a fall-themed family photo at our "photo booth." We are working on developing a free on-farm self-guided walking tour - to be determined.
Do I have to be a current customer of Walker Farms? Absolutely not! All are welcome. Whether you've been shopping with us since the very beginning, or you're looking to meet your farmer before you buy, this is the event for you.
Will there be discounts? We are currently working on identifying pricing opportunities. Make sure to keep an eye on your email for updates!
Is ok to bring my children? Absolutely! It is never too early to introduce your children to how food is produced, and where our food comes from. There will be lots of great opportunities for all age groups to experience our farm and learn about our regenerative journey!
Can I bring my dog? We do not allow outside dogs on the property for the safety of your animals and our livestock. Thank you for understanding!
What should I wear for a farm tour? Please wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. The terrain can be rough at times and may not be suitable for those with mobility issues. We will do our best to accommodate the needs of you and your family.
Please note this is a working farm and there is an inherent risk associated with being on a farm including but not limited to rough terrain, exposed metal, large livestock etc. Please be respectful of all land, animals, and tour rules.