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Flint Hill Farm AG

#1 of 2 things to do in Coopersburg Features Animals
1922 Flint Hill Rd, Coopersburg, PA 18036-9219
+1 610-838-2928
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Great Cheese Making Class

My wife and I took the Mozzarella and Cheddar class. What a great way to spend a day. Extremely... read more

Reviewed 11 December 2016
jamesglackin
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Pennsburg, Pennsylvania
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We visited Flint Hill Farm to learn how to make cheese! What an amazingly fun and interesting... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2016
k177600
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Holland, Pennsylvania
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Flint Hill Farm is a 28 acre working dairy farm with active Educational Center offering over night farm stay and farm work experience for individuals and families through out the year.
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1922 Flint Hill Rd, Coopersburg, PA 18036-9219
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Reviewed 11 December 2016

My wife and I took the Mozzarella and Cheddar class. What a great way to spend a day. Extremely informative and educational. Kathy s very knowledgeable and hospitable. I highly recommend a visit to the store...lots of homemade products.

1  Thank jamesglackin
Reviewed 5 November 2016

We visited Flint Hill Farm to learn how to make cheese! What an amazingly fun and interesting visit. We arrived for our class and were greeted by two friendly dogs. We then went inside the Farm Store and met the owner/teacher, Kathy. She told us...More

Thank k177600
Reviewed 7 September 2016

We stayed over on a Saturday night, working the farm on Sat afternoon and Sun morning. None of the work they had us do was too hard, even for my special needs child. We fed horses, pigs, goats; collected eggs; put the horses out to...More

Thank had_47
Reviewed 7 June 2016

My daughter and I spent a beautiful Saturday morning with Kathy learning to make chevre and mozzarella cheese. Our time on the farm was both fun and educational – Kathy is a wealth of information. We were able to spend time with the goats that...More

Thank Mary M
Reviewed 22 March 2016

Recommended by friends, we stayed for my son's 5th birthday (with our 7 year old and baby) and had a fabulous time! Kathy and her team are warm and engaging and very down to earth. It is a small working farm and our family not...More

Thank Jennifer B
Reviewed 20 December 2015

While staying with friends in New York they took us to Flint Hill Farm for the weekend and they could not have picked a better place. Kathy was so welcoming and the perfect host, nothing was too much trouble for her despite being so busy...More

Thank Johnson133
Reviewed 21 November 2015

We had a couple visiting New York from England, and wanted to give them a break from the hustle bustle of city sightseeing, so we booked an overnight stay at Flint Hill Farm, not really knowing what to expect. Well, we were thrilled! The farmhouse...More

2  Thank kermitbrit
Reviewed 17 November 2015

We stayed at Flint Hill for about a week in our own RV, as a work camping farm vacation. It is a small working farm with horses, milk cows and goats, chickens, and a gaggle of other creatures. Our 2 teenagers got a chance to...More

Thank Dale K
Reviewed 11 October 2015 via mobile

Our family of seven recently stayed in our RV on the farm for more than a few weeks. Kathy (the farm owner/manager) welcomed us, making us feel welcomed and at home. Our kids (16, 14, 12, 10, and 8) were introduced to the animals and...More

Thank redanzds
Reviewed 18 August 2015

When I told my four teenaged kids we were going to take a “farm-stay” vacation, I got a mixed reaction. The girls were excited about it while the boys asked, “What else is there to do?” I’ve never been on a working farm, so I...More

Thank DCGator
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venezialedee
I am looking to buy raw milk to make Kiefer for my dogs allergies I no longer want to give her medication that does not work a holistic healer advised me to make Kiefer and to do so I would need raw milk this is also good for humans with allergies also I'm very interested in bringing my grandchild to your farm I appreciate any help you can provide or where I could purchase raw milk to make Kiefer thank you
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Response from BelgainMare | Property representative |
We make Kefir here if that is helpful. Usually my dog owners use our raw goat milk rather than cow
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