Loud Dog Farm in Orrington is gearing up for their grand re-opening on May 6th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and they are inviting the public to join in on the fun. The event will feature free farm tours, goat cuddling, yard games, a bake sale, a cookout, and much more. Visitors can enjoy a campfire, listen to music, and greet all the animals.

The farm, which is still under construction, is proud to unveil their new farm stand that will offer the greater Bangor area fresh produce and locally produced products. Visitors can also participate in guided hikes with goats or guided farm tours, but they must schedule at least one day in advance.

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Loud Dog Farm was founded with the intention of giving back to the community through education and public outreach. They hope to inspire people to grow their own food and make healthier choices when it comes to the produce they consume. A key focus of their farming style is animal behavior, which means they raise happy, healthy animals that can be incorporated into their educational programs.

The farm selects heritage breeds that are more personable and slower to grow, providing a therapeutic environment for visitors. According to their mission statement, it is hard not to smile when you see a baby animal or enjoy a farm-fresh meal.

The folks at the farm also remind visitors to be respectful of the road and neighbors, and also to wear appropriate footwear and clothing for the farm's terrain. Additionally, pets are not allowed on the farm unless they have been specially invited or are coming for training.

Loud Dog Farm's grand re-opening promises to be an exciting event for visitors of all ages. Free prizes, including coupons and t-shirts, will be given out to visitors on opening day. This is a great opportunity to learn more about farming, enjoy the great outdoors, and support a local business. 

Loud Dog Farm is located at 535 Betts Rd, in Orrington.

Check out this video from Loud Dog Farm’s YouTube channel:

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