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Fun on the Farm is Ontario County's

Premier Agricultural Event


Fun on the Farm is a community event held every other year, and this will be our 17th in 33 years. The agricultural community invites the non-farming community to a local dairy farm. Our goal is to build a relationship of understanding and respect between these neighbors. We do this by combining displays and games, communicating how food is produced on a present-day farm. At the same time, we try to show the environmental, economic, and social issues involved with that production.


100 or more exhibitors take part in this event, from agricultural lenders, equipment dealers, veterinarians, nutritionists, farm service industries and food processors; including small, value added ag product makers, like maple syrup; goat soap; alpaca products; honey.  Volunteers are those of us whose livelihood relies on agriculture, in addition to 4-H clubs, Future Farmers of America clubs, and the Dairy Ambassador team who represent young people in agriculture. Many more people and businesses donate goods or services to help us make Fun on the Farm a fun and rewarding experience for those who attend. 


On Friday, area schools are invited to bring their third and fourth graders to the farm for a preview of Fun on the Farm with a wagon tour of the farm. There are educational displays and hands-on activities for the children.


Saturday, attracts thousands of people and gives us the opportunity to communicate to the community the benefits of the agricultural production in Ontario County, the state, and the nation.

The event is free! There are many agricultural products that are available to be sampled. It is the perfect place to try that product you have seen in the store but didn't want to commit to purchasing.


Food is available to purchase for lunch. It is provided by a local service group.


Our audience ranges from young families to senior citizens. 

Fun on the Farm gives groups like 4-H and FFA another place to show off their animals and exercise their public speaking and leadership skills.

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