On June 14, 2015, we will be having a Flag Retirement Ceremony and Hayrides at the farm! This event will run from 12 PM to 4 PM. More details will be available as the event gets closer. We hope to see you then!
News from the Barnyard
It’s time to make those plans and reserve your group farm visit. We offer a farmhand guided tour for youth and adult groups to introduce you to the farm animals. During the 1 1/2 hour tour, you might experience the feel of a cow’s tongue, pet the friendly goats, hear the warble of [...]Read More »
Take a look at our February 2015 Newsletter to see what we have planned for you at the farm in 2015! We hope to see all of our visitors from last year again, and also to have new visitors this year, too! We are less than 2 months away from Opening Day, and [...]Read More »
We are seeking one Kentucky Red Bourbon tom turkey to keep two Kentucky Red Bourbon hens company. If you have a tom or know where we can purchase one Red Bourbon Tom Turkey, please call Georgeann at 216 233-9818, or email StearnsHomestead@gmail.com.Read More »
Horse 101 Returns in 2015
Starting Sunday, June 1, Horse 101 will be held in the front pasture at the Homestead. Class size is limited to the first 12 students that RSVP for each class. This will allow everyone to get plenty of hands on training and experience.
Each class will cover a new topic:
1. Talking with [...]
Due to the inclement weather last Thursday, our Youth Group Interest meeting has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 26th at 7:30 PM in the cabin. Please note there are not any restrooms available in the cabin during the winter, but it is heated. You must be 10 years or older to join. The fee for [...]Read More »
One of our Stearns Supporters has set up a page to raise funds for Stearns. The winter is an especially hard time, since we have no events to bring in funds. Please pass this page along to anyone you know who may be interested in supporting Stearns. Thank you all for your support throughout the [...]Read More »
Farm raised beef, pork and Muscovy duck are available for purchase at the farm. The meat is fully dressed and vacuum packaged. Please call (440) 263-2092 for more information.Read More »
Now that we are closed for the season, donations are needed for the animals: cheerios, apples, carrots, wet and dry cat food, lettuce, and other vegetables. Funds are also needed to purchase feed and bedding. Any donations may be left at the Gibbs house Porch or at the farm with volunteers. Volunteers are at the [...]Read More »
Do you have an interest in helping out at Stearns? We are in need of volunteers to help with feeding the animals. Note that you must feed on a regular basis. Please contact Georgeann at (216) 233-9818 for more information on what days and times we are in need of volunteers.Read More »
Stearns Farm will be hosting our 2nd annual Blessing of the Animals on Sunday, October 5, 2014 at 1:30 PM in the front pasture at Stearns! Rev. Heather L. Hill of All Saints Episcopal Church in Parma will conduct the blessing. All are welcome, admission is free. Please bring your pets along to be [...]Read More »