Incorporating agritourism into a farm or ranch offers numerous benefits, but it’s best to start this new aspect of your business gradually. That’s according to a trio of young farmers and ranchers who recently addressed grassroots Farm Bureau members about their real-world experiences with agritourism.
Kathie Iverson of Western Legacy Farm and Ranch in Hurricane, Utah, offers a variety of activities for visitors to enjoy, including u-pick cherries, cattle drives, farm camp for kids, a corn maze, a pumpkin patch and a Sleepy Hollow Halloween fall event.
“We got into agritourism because we wanted to help consumers experience the magic of agriculture,” Iverson said.
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