Friday, May 13, 2011

Happy Cow Creamery Tour THIS Saturday!

Happy cow is hosting it's Heritage Corridor Tour this Saturday May 14th at 10am, 1pm and 3pm.  The cost is $3 per person with children 3 and under FREE. 

There is no need to registrar early, when you get to the farm, go to the pavilion and registrar then.  You will be given a wristband to wear during the tour.   The  tour will consist of a trolley ride, seeing the bottling plant and YES!  even samples.  (You have to try the strawberry milk, it is the BEST.)

Seeing that you don't reservations, you may want to get there early to ensure you get the tour time you want.

While there, I would recomemnd visiting their store.  It is pretty small, but you can find loads of jams, relishes, and other canned goods. As well as, fresh eggs, antibiotic free meats, and of course, the Happy Cow products. 

Happy Cows milk is uniquely outstanding in that there are no chemicals, it is not homogenized and is low temp pasteurized.  Go here to read more of the reasons these cows happiness could contribute to quality milk.  :)

Aside from the drive, this is kid friendly event. My kids love being able to see the cows. You can find directions on the Happy Cow Creamery website.

If you can't go this weekend, then they do allow touring at other times.  The price is an additional $2 dollars (making it $5 a person with children 2 and under free).  You will need to set it up in advance, including having a minimum number of people.  Click here for information about that.  Or you can call  (864) 869-8687.

Happy Cows make Happy Milk!  (ok, maybe that was a little corny, but they really do! )

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