Are dogs allowed?
Hilltop is a working agriculture farm. Due to the Department of Agriculture's Good Food Policy, dogs are not permitted on the farm, Farm Stand, and pasture portion of our property.
Service dogs, trained to work or perform a task for persons with disabilities, are permitted with proof of animal service status.
Comfort and/or emotional support animals are not service animals, and are not recognized by the ADA, and as such are not allowed. We thank you for your understanding.
Dogs are welcome to enjoy our hiking trails. We ask that you please help us keep our trails clean.
Why do I see a dog at Hilltop?
When you visit the farm, you might see Tess, our semi-retired, certified farm dog. Tess is trained to work around agriculture farming equipment and in herding livestock.
Do you sell apples?
No, we don't have apples at Hilltop.
Can we pick our own vegetables?
We are not a commercial pick-your-own facility, but we do want you to get the full agriculture experience! We open portions of our fields for U-Pick when the harvest is abundant, including our fields of cut flowers and sunflower. U-Pick is only available during Farm Stand hours. Our Farm Stand staff will supply the necessary tools and harvesting instructions.
Do you offer farm tours?
Yes! Contact Jo Moore, email@example.com, for more information.