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Beau Chemin Preservation Farm

Agritourism Farm

Self-serve, in season berries, field raised perennials,cut flowers and pelargoniums. This farm specializes in heritage varieties of livestock and plants. Wool from four endangered heritage breeds of sheep. Ducklings available in late spring. Year-round: wool, breeding stock, spinning demos. Hours: Daily. Call ahead. Berries, perennials, flowers, eggs, ducklings are certified organic.

Please contact or check the member’s website or social media for the most up-to-date hours, location, and information.

Agritourism Activities

Tours of farm and its livestock. Discussions and viewing of animals involved in establishment of a US flock of Icelandic goats; hiking trail to Havener Pond, trial plantings of several kinds of berries, exhibit of historic spinning wheels from 18th C to modern. Demos of various wool related processes by prior arrangement

Main Characteristics:

Fibers Fruits Livestock

Member Details





  • Wool


  • Other Fruit
  • Raspberries


  • Agritourism
  • Farm


  • Dairy Goats
  • Ducks
  • Horses
  • Sheep

Main Characteristics

  • Fibers
  • Fruits
  • Livestock

Other Processed Products

  • Fiber Products (yarns and finished goods)

Payments Accepted

  • Cash
  • Checks

Type of Activity

  • Trails
  • Tours
  • Educational Workshops
  • Birdwatching
  • History and Heritage Tours