Governor Hardman grew several acres of corn to feed his livestock. The UGA White County Extension and Hardman Farm have grown an acre of pesticide free corn. Come pick some corn, listen to bluegrass music, play corn hole and enjoy a beautiful day in the Valley. Tours available on the hour; standard rates apply. Grounds admission to the festivities is $6 per person and includes 1 dozen ears of farm fresh corn.
Farm animals will also be on display. Hardman Farm has been the home to several species of livestock. Come visit and pet some furry friends here on the Farm as we continue our journey to "bring the farm to life" and keep the American agricultural experience alive. Pricing: Animal encounters are free with site admission.
Emory Jones, author of "Distant Voices: The Story of the Nacoochee Valley Indian Mound" will be on site to sign books. He will read excerpts from his new book, "The Valley Where They Danced." This post-WWI historical novel features scenes from Hardman Farm. Hear excerpts prior to your tour and then bring back questions for Mr. Jones afterward.