Frequently Asked Questions
Can I pre-order chicken?
No. We are a small farm and keeping track of ordering for various products that are in high demand is too burdensome for the farm.
How do I pre-order eggs?
Eggs are available through our online store. We update our stock every morning by 9am. If it says "sold out" it's either because we are sold out for the day or because you are trying to order before 9am and the inventory hasn't been updated yet.
Where do I pick up my online order?
We have a box to the left of our market entrance that we put your orders in. If it is raining, your order will be directly inside the market. If you are early or late for your chosen pick up time, your order will be inside the market fridge.
What else do you have right now?
To view what we have in our market now, copy and paste this link: http://www.milkhousefarmmarket.com/in-the-news2.html
or visit our online store. You can also keep up with us on social media, where we frequently post updates on the farm.
What will you have next and when?
Click our "Coming Soon" link at the top of our website page to view what's up next or follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more frequent updates.
What days are you open and what hours?
We are open 365 days of the year. Our hours are currently 9am-7pm.
Is everything in the store on the website?
No. We consistently update the website as products become available/unavailable, however if we only harvest one of something we don't put it online.
Do you deliver?
No we do not.
Are you hiring?
Not at the moment. We are fully staffed for the season.
Do you take volunteers?
Yes! We are always looking for volunteers to lend their helping hands out in the fields. Volunteers would be responsible for planting, weeding, watering, and harvesting of vegetables and flowers. There is no set schedule; come as often as you want. If interested, please contact email@example.com. We would appreciate your help!
Can we walk around the farm?
Of course! We welcome you to explore the farm and say hello to our animals. However you must keep in mind that we have no public restrooms, and all buildings are off limits. Remember that it is a farm, so explore at your own risk. Wear proper footwear and be respectful to our farm animals.
Do you sell milk?
No. Birchwood Dairy Farm is right down the street from us, and they sell delicious milk!