2023 Seminole County Farm Tour – Get Ready!

What is Farm Tour?

Every year, Seminole County hosts a big event called Farm Tour. This is a fun-filled day where attendees get a chance to visit local farms. Agriculture is important to our daily lives as the farms produce the food we eat. On our tour, we learn all about our local agriculture and how food is grown. We also get a chance to ask REAL farmers questions about their food!

In 2021, we hosted our farm tour virtual and you can check it out on our YouTube Virtual Farm Tour. Check out this promo video for a sneak peak of what to expect for the 2023 Seminole County Farm Tour.

What’s in store for the 2023 Farm Tour?

On the morning of Friday, March 24, 2023, we will embark on a journey through Seminole County Agriculture! At this event, we will be offering a guided bus tour to 5 local farms. We will visit several kinds of farms including a nursery, cattle ranch, a citrus grove, and more!

This full-day event is a wonderful opportunity to meet, support, and learn from your Seminole County farmers. This tour includes a tasty lunch and lots of exciting activities throughout the day.

Farmer Rex Clonts in the field teaching
Farmer Rex Clonts of Big Daddy’s Organic Farm showing participants his field on the 2022 Tour.

How do I secure my spot?

$60 includes a seat on charter bus, tour guide, 5 farmer led visits, lunch, and an unforgettable day! The only way to enjoy the full service farm tour experience is to pre-register and get your seat on the bus. Space is limited!

Visit our Eventbrite registration page to get your tickets today!


Contact Morgan Pinkerton, (407) 665-5554, morgan0402@ufl.edu

Big thank you to Florida Farm Bureau Seminole County and Farm Bureau Insurance for helping make this event possible!

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Posted: January 18, 2023

Category: Agribusiness, AGRICULTURE, Events, HOME LANDSCAPES, UF/IFAS, UF/IFAS Extension, , Welcome, WORK & LIFE
Tags: FarmTour, Fresh From Florida, SeminoleCountyAg, Tickets

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