Experience life on a Utah or Idaho farm or ranch and enjoy the foods they produce.
Choose An Experience!
Anderson's Seed and Garden reflects local heritage not only because of the historic building in which it operates, but because of the agricultural community it has historically served. The building was constructed in the late 1880s and was originally Sydney Steven's Implement Company. In 1942, Anderson's Seed and Garden was…View more
At Rockhill Creamery artisan cheeses are made with raw milk from the farm's Brown Swiss cows, using traditional artisan techniques. Located in Richmond, 12 miles north of Logan, the farmstead is listed on the National Historic Register, and was honored at the 2007 Utah Heritage Foundation Awards for best adaptive use of an…View more
Since 1949, the Maddox family has been serving delicious home cooked meals. Famous for their home-grown beef, Maddox also serves bison (less fat than regular beef-give it a try!), chicken, and fresh seafood. Now in their third generation, everything on the menu is made from scratch, including breads, rolls, ice…View more
This working family farm was homesteaded in 1896 under the Homestead Act. The farmstead is on the National Register of Historic Places due to its unusual dairy barn that retains hay storage and dairy operations under one roof. Most dairy operations in the state either had separate buildings for each…View more
Dragongoose Farm is an interesting site, featuring an historic home and granary built in 1875. Settler Niels Bergeson planted a box elder tree around 1874 that is listed as a Utah Champion Box Elder. Part of the historic home was used as the Bergeson Maternity Home from 1939-1949. When you visit this…View more