Come and meet the sheep and our llamas Rupert and Archie! Visit our milking barn, walk the fields where our sheep and lambs spend their summers, and enjoy some fresh air in the country! You may also visit the pottery studio and tour our agricultural museum located on the farm.
The farm tour is a free event. Humans of all shapes and sizes are welcome but please leave your dog at home. The tour will happen rain or shine so dress accordingly. We are a working farm so practical footwear is a must! If you are visiting from another farm please make sure to wear clean/washed shoes. All three points of interest on the tour are accessible by car or you can park at one and walk to the others.
New this year - shop our on-farm market! Stock up on raw sheeps' milk cheeses, lamb, beef, veggies, honey, and meet some of our favourite farmers & artists - all who live within just a few minutes of the farm! Our guest vendors include:
Bluegrass Farm: certified organic tomatoes, greens, garlic, and more - Jasper, ON
The Buzz Honey: delicious raw, wildflower honey made by happy bees - Smiths Falls, ON
Of Field & Forest: wooden peg dolls, hand sewn children’s wear, woolen goods - Merrickville, ON
Luce Ends: handmade notecards, acrylic and watercolour paintings - Kemptville, ON
Bram D’Hoest Wood Work: hand turned & hand carved bowls, spoons, cheeseboards and more - Smiths Falls, ON
To help our planning please send us an email to RSVP. We look forward to sharing our farm with you!
Milkhouse Farm & Dairy
805 Rosedale Road, Smiths Falls Ontario
Check out our milking barn, rotational grazing systems, and feed the sheep some apples!
We'll have our raw sheeps milk cheeses, wool yarns, duvets, and lamb available for sale as well.
Linda Hynes Pottery Studio
1105 Matheson Drive, Smiths Falls Ontario
In her log studio located on the farm Linda creates porcelain and stoneware pottery with an emphasis on tea sets and dinnerware.
Pottery is committed to form and function while being intended for daily use.
Montague Farm Museum
1112 Matheson Drive, Smiths Falls Ontario
Bill Dobson has been collecting agricultural tools from the 19th century for the last 45 years. Come see his collection of antique farming equipment.
Bill also raises non-certified organic beef and will have ground beef for sale during the tour.