Welcome to the Canby Farm Loop
Since the sun is out and temperature is rising, many Oregonians are ready to explore their surroundings and immerse themselves in Oregon's agriculture.
TMK Creamery is one very "moo-ving" experience and a new addition to the Canby Farm Loop. Visitors learn about modern agriculture, including milk nutrition, the milking process, where cows are housed, how they are fed and where their milk is stored.
TMK Creamery is located at 27221 S. Dryland Rd. in Canby and is open on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. To schedule a tour, call 503-705-2550.
Visit all 12 Canby Farm Loop stops this year.
Farms vary in their open seasons, depending on what they grow or raise. Some are open year-round. It's best to check their website, Facebook or call before you go.
Find an interactive Canby Farm Loop map and more at www.canbyfarmloop.com.
Find more happenings that are fun at www.facebook.com/OregonFarmLoop.
Follow this and other farm loops on Instagram @oregonfarmloop. Stay up-to-date and share photos from the loop by posting with hashtags of the loop you're on: #canbyfl.
Check out all Canby Farm Loop stops:
Christopher Bridge Wines, 503-263-6267, 12770 S. Casto Rd., Oregon City; Clackamas County Fair & Event Center, 503-266-1136, 694 NE 4th Ave., Canby; Fir Point Farms & Country Grains, 503- 678- 2455, 14601 Arndt Rd., Aurora; King's Raven Winery, 503-656-6439, 11603 S. New Era Rd., Oregon City; Morning Shade Farm and Nursery, 503-651-2622, 8345 S. Barnards Rd., Canby; Pacific Hazelnut Candy Factory, 503-678-2755, 14673 Ottaway Road NE, Aurora; Puddin' River Chocolates, 503-263-2626, 1438 S Ivy St., Canby; Swan Island Dahlia Farm, 800-410-6540, 995 NW 22nd Ave., Canby; TMK Creamery, 503-705-2550, 27221 S Dryland Rd, Canby; Villa Catalana Cellars, 503-780-6200, 11900 S. Criteser Rd., Oregon City; Wilco, 503-266-2213, 197 S. Hazel Dell Way, Canby and Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm and Vineyard, 800-711-2006, 33814 S. Meridian Rd., Woodburn.
Oregon Farm Loop is a program of Oregon Agritourism Partnership, an Oregon nonprofit.
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