We would like to invite you all to come, walk around the farm amongst the fields and animals to immerse yourself “nella genuinità” of our products.
View the workings of the farm infrastructure, the cheese house, the salumeria and then indulge yourself in a lunch or dinner handcrafted by Luisa.
Please come and find us, when you arrive. Luisa is probably cooking in the kitchen. We would like you to know that we don't take visits on Saturday, because we're at Markets (Glens Falls, Saratoga Springs, Troy) and we 're also getting ready for the meals we offer on weekends.
make a reservation for a lunch or dinner
or stop by and browse our farm market
To have a tour of the farm, please call to schedule a time.
When you arrive, please find one of us, before you head off on your farm visit. As we are a working farm and need to provide a safe atmosphere for your enjoyment. We'll also be able to point you in the right direction of current activities or where you can find the lambs, chickens, or the milking flock of sheep.
Jody and Luisa
Visitor Health and Safety
Dancing Ewe Farm is a working farm. Many of our activities are seasonal, weather dependent and variable. We advise you to wear clothing appropriate for a day out on the farm. You may encounter uneven terrain, farm equipment and unfamiliar sights, sounds and smells. We encourage you to explore but ask you to respect our farmers’ work, and our animals and crops by keeping a safe distance. Please remember that many fences are electrified for our animals’ protection. Do not pet our animals. Whenever possible, but always before eating, clean your hands by washing thoroughly.
Global Positioning System (GPS)
181 County Route 12, Granville, New York 12832
Directions from I-87
From either the north or the south:
- Take exit 20 off of the Northway or I87
- Turn left onto route 9, and go north thru the outlet mall area. apx. 1 mile.
- At the intersection of route 9 and route 149, turn Right onto Route 149 and follow to Fort Ann, apx 11 miles.
- At the intersection of Route 4 & Route 149, in Fort Ann, turn left onto Route 4. There will be at Cumberland Farms at this intersection on your right.
- Follow Route 4 towards Whitehall, NY or Rutland, VT for apx. 3.8miles
- At the intersection of Route 4 & Route 22, turn right onto Route 22 and follow Route 22 into the little village of North Granville.
- Once you enter North Granville, look for a small convenient store on your left called Schoony's. It's located on the corner of route 22 & Lower Turnpike Road.
- Turn left onto Lower Turnpike road.
Follow over the single lane steel bridge, to a stop sign.
- Turn right and we are at the top of the hill on the right. Large red barn with white trim.