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Thank you for your interest in the Tour de Farm New Jersey!!
The Tour de Farm Hunterdon County, on August 2nd, 2015, is one of three 2015 bicycling tours which will help promote our NJ Farmers and their Farms.
The Tour starts and ends at:
301 Mt Airy-Harbourton Rd.
8am-10am: Check-in and enjoy your included delicious, locally-sourced breakfast!!!
Please print out and bring your signed waiver, ticket, and photo ID with you for check-in.
This is a Rain or Shine event - no refunds.
9am: Extreme Tour Begins - The Extreme Tour is 81 miles with 4,000 feet of elevation.
The Tour de Farm NJ Extreme Tours are recommended for very avid, very fit bicyclists. If you have any doubts at all about riding and finishing an Extreme Tour, we recommend taking the shorter, less challenging tours.
10am: The Weekend Warrior Tour AND the Not-So-Extreme Tour Begin. The Weekend Warrior Tour is 20 miles with 1,200 feet of elevation. The Not-So-Extreme Tour is 35 miles with 1,700 feet of elevation. You can visit the Tour de Farm Hunterdon County participating farms starting at 10am. We ask that you bring cash with you to purchase farm products which will be brought back to the South Hunterdon Regional High School by 2pm.
3:30pm: The Farm to Fork Celebration (tickets sold separately) will be held at Tullamore Farms from 3:30pm-6:30pm. This dinner will be catered by Max Hansen Catering. Tickets sold separately. See more details here.
Catered and locally sourced by Max Hansen Catering
A Variety of Breakfast Burritos- Beef, Chicken and Veggie- with Eggs,
Beans, Protein and Veggies- a variety of condiments served on the side
Fulper Farm Yoghurt with Phillips Farm Berries and MHC Homemade Granola
A Variety of Whole Fruit- Bananas, Apples, Oranges
A Variety of Baked Goods- Bagels with Cream Cheese, Muffins
Premium Brewed Coffee- Regular and Decaf and Herbal Teas
THE CYCLING TOUR FARM STOPS
Here is a map of the participating farms: MAP
FULPER FARMS: 281 Rocktown Lambertville Rd, Lambertville, NJ 08530
Family-Owned for More Than a Century. More than a century of sustainable farm family tradition has instilled in us a strong work ethic, true family values, and a passion for farming; our foundation for providing pure, wholesome dairy products and on-farm activities for you.
As a 5th generation family farm, we have exceptional experience in producing some of New Jersey’s highest quality raw milk from generations of cow families we have cared for. As an award-winning Dairy of Distinction, we continue to pave the way for “greener” dairy farm practices, including our renewable solar energy system, soil conservation methods, and nutrient recycling plans to ensure we are producing a sustainable product.
WOODSEDGE WOOL FARM: 78 Bowne Station Road, Stockton, New Jersey
WoodsEdge Wools Farm is a vertically integrated fiber farm that specializes in fleece to fashion with alpacas and llamas and Tibetan yaks. In business since 1976, the family farm is now being ran by third generation New Jersey farmer, Brent Walker. You can find the WoodsEdge Field to Fashion product line at a farmer’s market near you or in the WoodsEdge Farm Store & Country Boutique (open November – January), selling everything made from the hypo-allergenic alpaca and llama fleece including socks, gloves, hats, scarves, sweaters, blankets, rugs and yarn. They also raise bees and have some of the best local, raw honey in Hunterdon County!
HEADQUARTERS FARM: 6 Zentek Road, Stockton, NJ
Headquarters Farm was established by John Opdyke in 1735. We follow traditional and sustainable farming practices to support our sheep, lambs, bees, vegetables and wildflowers - much as it was done in the 18C. We offer lamb and mutton and our value-added products include sheepskins, gloves, hats, sauces and dried herbs.
TULLAMORE FARMS: Best GPS Address: 1925 Daniel Bray Highway, Stockton, NJ
Tullamore Farms is dedicated to providing the finest ethically and sustainably raised food products while focusing on responsible, progressive stewardship of land and livestock. We strive to rekindle the harmonious connection between farmer, animal, and chef/customer.
Our animals feed off ample, sunny pastures. We ensure that responsible grazing techniques result in healthy soils. Chemicals and pesticides are not used on our pastures; we use multi-species grazing and mowing for weed/insect management. The forages we produce on our farm are non-GMO selected.
VILLA MILAGRO VINEYARDS: 33 Warren Glen Rd, Finesville, NJ
Villa Milagro Vineyards uses sustainable practices and minimal inputs to provide a protective habitat for native species of birds, plants and wildlife, as well as to grow grapes using pesticides and herbicides that are approved for organic use.
Located along the Delaware River,
in the Warren Hills Appellation, its breathtaking views earn its name “House of Miracles.”
Our ten varieties of grapes are blended to express the best of each variety, creating complex and interesting wines. Come visit and experience the miracle of our hacienda – Villa Milagro.
BOBOLINK DAIRY & BAKEHOUSE: 369 Stamets Road, Milford, NJ
Nina & Jonathan White founded Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse together in 2002, guided by their conviction that the best foods are produced using sustainable, humane, and ethical methods.
The cheeses of Bobolink are the product of the sunlight and rain that fall upon their 185 acres of preserved farmland. The original types of 100% grass-fed raw cows' milk cheeses are seasonally variable. They are cheeses which capture the moment, a terroir of time as well as place.
Bobolink's bakehouse uses organic grains that are predominantly grown and milled in the Northeast. These heritage grains are better suited to organic methods, and are remarkable for their full flavor and nutrition rather than for high productivity or industrial compatibility.
Nina & Jonathan also raise their male cattle for 100% grass-fed mature beef. In addition, whey-fed pork is produced on the farm, fed by the whey from Bobolink's cheese production, bakery waste, and the White family table scraps. By proving that fine food can be raised on sunlight and rain, without producing waste, the couple has developed a model for a balanced, multifaceted farm business that can sustain future generations, throughout the world.
PHILLIPS FARM: 91 Crab Apple Hill Road, Milford, NJ
Established in the mid-1800s, Phillips Farms began as a typical small farm in the country. We raised a little of everything. As times changed we focused on some things over the others.
In 1995, when I took over the family farm, we planted the 150 acres of land and greenhouses with everything from garden flowers to carrots and brussel sprouts to strawberries and peaches. Today the farm has grown to over 200 acres and we feed thousands of families by bringing our farm-fresh food to them the traditional way: at our farm stand and at local farmer's markets.
FIELDS WITHOUT FENCES: 73 Barbertown Idell Rd Frenchtown NJ 08825
Fields Without Fences is an organic farm & regenerative design service based in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. On our small farm we cultivate native and medicinal herbs, fruit, and wild edibles within an innovative and naturalized design framework. Beyond our site we offer a spectrum of ecological services aimed at restoring health and integrity to our local landscape. Field Without Fences follows a philosophy of deep ecology rooted in the functionality and balance of natural systems.
THE SUGAR MAPLE JERSEYS FARM: 41 Locktown Sergeantsville Rd, Stockton, NJ 08559
Sugar Maple Jerseys LLC is a small registered Jersey herd in Stockton NJ. Our farm is always open to the public because we're very proud of what we do here and love sharing our farm experience. Our goal is to offer our Jerseys with the best care possible and we strive to provide the highest quality milk used to produce our very own naturally aged cheeses. Coming soon would be our on premises farm store where we will be supplying the public with cage free eggs, naturally raised no added hormone beef raised on Spencer Farms in Hunterdon County, and other hand crafted gift items from candles to barn wood signs to birdhouse gourds. Also, our store will supply naturally raised meat chickens. No added hormones or antibiotics and produced in near by Warren County, NJ
Ticket price includes Breakfast, Cycling Tour, Farm Tastings, and, for the first 400 registrants, Tour de Farm NJ T-Shirts.