Yellow Point Farms FARM TOURS – GOAT WALKS

FARM TOURS –  GOAT WALKS – FARM STAY. Yellow Point Farms is a beautiful diverse farm nestled in between Ladysmith and Nanaimo. Here you can discover the magic of our Nigerian Dwarf goats, Babydoll Sheep, Kune Kune Pigs, chickens, turkeys, guinea fowl and Peacocks. We also sell delicious blueberries and other in-season produce and eggs at our farm stand and local farmers markets.

Book an interactive farm tour for your group and meet all the animals on the farm, see how we grow our amazing produce, taste something we have grown or made, explore our big old heritage barn, and at certain times of the year even feed a baby goat a bottle!

We invite you to come check out our farming practices. We are not a petting zoo. However, we do offer educational Farm Tours,  and Goat Walks (seasonally). We sell our all natural, no spray blueberries, garlic and other in-season fruits during the summer at Duncan, Cedar, Island Roots and Qualicum Farmer’s Markets.
We are excited to be opening a farm stand on the property for summer 2020!

Stay in our quaint Tiny Home right in the heart of the farm during the summer. We are located 5 minutes from Nanaimo Airport and 10 minutes from the Duke Point Ferry.


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