• Farm Stay

    The recognition of Agro-tourism within the broader definition of PA agriculture has encouraged farms to open their doors to the public. In a effort to bridge the gap between the urban and suburban community and farming community, the state of Pennsylvania has provided a way for farmers to share their culture on a more personal level.
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  • Farm Store

    All our animals are pastured at least 3/4 of the year. We are listed with PA Preferred Products. Our goats are Toggenberg/Alpine. Our cows are Jerseys. Please call or order a day ahead for pickup. Pricing adjusted for orders paid for monthly. Payment accepted by cash, check or credit card. Herbs grown in your gardens without sprays or pesticides.
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  • Cheese Making

    We now offer cheese making classes so you too can create home made cow or goat cheese. Bring the farm to your kitchen!
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Welcome to FLINT HILL FARM! We take great pleasure in opening our farm to you and your family.  Each season brings with it unique blessings:

Spring ( March and April) Kidding season with our goat babies, budding of the woodlands and new life in the greenhouse and gardens.

Summer (June through August) Warm days, cool rains, fresh vegetables from our gardens and fruit from our fruit trees and berry bushes.  This year, 2017, we will offer carriage rides around the farm and through our woods for our farm families.

Fall (September through November) The Glory of the Fall colors, harvest season, pumpkins, cooling nights and days that invite long walks through the wood paths and back fields. Yummy cider, homemade cheeses from our dairy and hot chocolate using our own milk from our Jersey Girls!

Winter ( December through March) Snowy crisp days, hot coffee and cocoa by the cozy fireplace in the kitchen or living room, visiting the barns warmed by goats, ponies, and cows!  Each knowing you came just to see them.

rainbow Flint Hill Farm is a 26 acre preserved farm in Lehigh County.  We went into Farm Preservation in 2001.  We are also home base for Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, established in 2006, a 501C3 Non Profit Agro-Educational Center serving the Greater Lehigh Valley and surrounding area.  This is amazing photo was taken by my neighbor, Lynn Cornish, summer 2014

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Flint Hill Farm   1922 Flint Hill Road, Coopersburg, PA 18036

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Flint Hill Farm is a preserved farm located on a 28-acres in Lehigh County, PA.  The farm dates back to about 1850.  It was the home to farmer families Cicon and Hassick till we purchased the farm in 1997. As steward of the farm, we have collaborated with Flint Hill Farm Educational Center, Inc. to open the farm as an Educational Center to our community in the Greater Lehigh Valley and surrounding area. The working farm offers 6 acres of wooded paths, 20 acres of pastures for our sheep, goats, and cows and assorted gardens planted with herbs, flowers and vegetables. A Certified Raw milk dairy provides goat and cow milk for the Flint Hill Farm Educational Center’s sale of both pasteurize and raw milk and pasteurized added-value products of artisan cheese, fresh butter and yogurt. During certain seasons, the Draft horse teams of the Educational Center provide “horse power” to the everyday work of the farm.Family “farm stays” allow families to experience life “on the farm” together one day at a time. While here visiting “farmers” collect their own eggs for breakfast, help milk the cows and goats, assist with the feeding and handling of the horses, sheep, chickens, pigs and goats to their level of comfort. Get back in touch with the world of your parents or grandparents. Over night accommodations are available at the farm house or RV.
.Our farm store is open to the public daily selling pastured eggs, goat and cow milk artisan cheeses, pasturizeded yogurt, and fresh cream butter. We are a Certified Raw Milk Dairy through the PA Department of Agriculture and proudly display the PA Preferred labels on our food. Our products are also available at a number of local Farmers Markets from May thought November.  Restaurants can direct purchase wholesale.We work closely with many groups: the Pennsylvania Association for Sustainable Agriculture, Rodale Institute, Lehigh Valley Conservation District, PA Women in Agriculture, Heritage Conservancy, Buy Fresh Buy Local PA, Greater Lehigh Valley Food Alliance. The Educational Center is located on a Preserved Farm and supports the efforts of our community to be good stewards of our water, air and soil resources.
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Kathleen Fields, 1997-present                         Dolores Hassick and daughter 1070′s
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