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The 2018 Farm and Ranch Tour was held Saturday, June 9!   They came from Tuolumne County as well as many other areas of the state (and one from Pittsburg, PA): Over 300 folks  including one 102 year old man –  to visit the four Farm Tour Locations: Rocking R Bar B Miniature Herefords, Blue Oak Farm, Summerland Farm and Indigeny Reserve. Guests were treated to educational tours,  local food (Industrial Food Works), beer tasting (Bear Tent Brewery) at Blue Oak Farm. The Rossbrook family at Rocking R bar B  had horse riding demonstrations,  and showed off their  Miniature Herefords as well as treated guests to samples of Farmers Cheese.  Sixty people signed up to come back to see the new babies that will be born in November (FOTC will have serve birthday cake).  Bramble Hill Farm took  cute baby goats and their mammas to Summerland Farm where guests also toured the gardens and the unique composting area, got tips on gardening and had opportunity to shop for bonsai from  Al Judnich Nursery.  Folks toured the beautiful  Indigeny Apple Orchard and Distillery and tasted some hard cider and brandy; they also visited the unique gift shop, and talked with Horses Heal, Inc. and Rose Wolf  Wildlife Rescue.

2019 Farm and Ranch Tour will take place as usual on the second Saturday in June.