Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project Farm Tours – are happening September 21st and 22nd. Hickory Nut Gap will be one stop along the way. Don’t miss your chance to get a full tour of the farm from Owner, Jamie Ager. Tours will be going on all afternoon from 1pm until 5pm. The day’s festivities will also include free samples of some of our beef, pork, and chicken products, and the opportunity to shop in the farmstore after the tour. Cost for the ASAP farm tours is $25 per carload for the entire weekend. If you wish to access Hickory Nut Gap admission areas after the tour we are still charging regular admission for access to the rest of the farm activities.
If you’ve never been on a Hickory Nut Gap tour before, you’ll learn a little history, a little biology, and a whole lot about cows. You’ll get the full scoop on how we run our farm and what we’re passionate about. You will also have a chance to ask any questions you may have about our meat and our farming practices. Tours will last roughly 45 minutes and you should be sure to bring close-toed shoes and comfortable walking attire. The Local Joint, a down home Fairview eatery, will be selling hot meals for those who fancy a bit to eat as well.