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Educational Farm Tours

Our Jupiter Creamery offers personalized tours of farm operations that go beyond typical farm visits, including opportunities to pet animals and learn about sustainable practices for raising healthy livestock. The creamery's animals are pastured, grass-fed, non-GMO, and soy-free, with the belief that high-quality food comes from happy and healthy animals.

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​Educational Farm Tours At Jupiter Creamery

Our guided tour touches on many of the subjects listed below. We can offer an in-depth focus on any of the subjects according to your classroom, requirements or interests. Please inform us of any subjects that you would like us to specifically spotlight before your visit to allow us to tailor your tour to your needs.

  • Feeding, petting and brushing a cow, (sometimes washing).

 

  • Milking demonstration, hand milking a few squirts of milk into a bucket (recommended for young) or watching a full milking (hand milking a few squirts, machine milked and pouring into glass jars).

  • Topics discussed are pasteurization, homogenization, raw milk, pasture management, diet and care of the cows.

  • Petting pigs, pigs will be fed and while busy eating can be petted.​​

  • Sheep are still very shy and require patience to pet but we do our best to get them close enough to touch.

  • Topics discussed are pastured vs confinement pork, diet, gestation, and breeds for south Florida.

  • Poultry will be available to pet, hold, feed, or watch.

  • Chicken (egg layers) will most likely be the stars but occasionally we have turkey, duck, quail, or guinea hen in addition.

  • Topics discussed will be pasture raised poultry, egg production, grocery store eggs, coops, and feed.

  • See our Bees (from a distance) & talk about honey.

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Home School Tour

Check out our availability and book the date and time that works for you

Private Tour

Check out our availability and book the date and time that works for you

* Bookings require at least 24 hours' notice, payment in full, and a minimum of 12 hours notice for weather rescheduling

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Farm Tour Rules

  • DO NOT pick up, hit, be mean, poke, scare, or scream at the animals at any time.

  • DO NOT feed the animals anything unless mother earth produced it, no man made products.

  • DO NOT let your child put their hands in their mouth after petting an animal.

  • No personal items allowed in the barnyard area, including strollers and bags.​​

  • DO NOT climb any fence.

  • Keep your child’s/children's hands and feet out of the mouths of the animals.​

  • No barefoot or open toed shoes allowed inside the barnyard area.

  • Sanitize/wash your hands before entering and immediately upon exiting the barnyard area. (see warning below)

  • If you get scratched or bit, from a surface or an animal, please go to the store and receive First Aid. These rules are in place for everyone's safety. We take no tolerance stance on them. If you do not cooperate you will be asked to leave the barnyard area and no refund will be given.

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​We are located in Jupiter Farms. Our address is 18591 131st Trail North, Jupiter, Florida 33478.

Location

We are open year round with most tours being held mornings or evenings, avoiding the midday heat.

Hours
Approximate Tour Length

Our tours vary from 1 hour to 1 and 1/2 hours depending on the tour type and size of the tour group.

Parking

We have parking on property for cars and buses.

Bathrooms
A port-a-potty is available, although wide it is not handicap approved.
Handicap Accessibility
Our farm is not very wheelchair accessible even in our main area where the cows are milked one may not be able to go and some spots may be a little bumpy.
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Cancellation

In the case of bad weather an alternative date can be arranged if available. Otherwise please think of this as a donation as late cancellations can't be filled by another group.

Warning:

 

There are some diseases and parasites that can be spread from animals to humans. The risk of infection through petting farm animals may be prevented by following everyday good hand hygiene measures. Therefore, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warns that children and adults should wash their hands immediately after touching the animals at any petting zoo. Heightened precautions should be applied to high-risk groups: children under the age of five, people with weakened immune systems, and pregnant women fall in the category of high-risk for serious infection, and hence should strictly follow all the precautions enforced in the animal contact area.

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