1. Greg Oates

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    A Real Farm. Real GOOD Ice Cream. Great location, well done Milky Way Farm 🙂

  2. Randell Jesup

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    Wonderful ice cream (blueberry cheesecake is available for a month or two each summer); beautiful building; friendly and helpful staff, and wonderful for kids. There are some nice outdoor benches – it’s a farm with all the ice cream made from milk they produce there, so if the wind is in the wrong direction it can be fragrant and you can have yellow jackets around (not bees), but you can always move indoors. Kids have a blast, not just with the ice cream but visiting the sheep, ducks, pigs, chickens and of course the cows. They also sell milk, yogurt, occasional fresh vegetables (fresh and cheap), some other local items or frozen local meats, and are the pickup point for a CSA. They ship ice cream and do a great job at it, though it’s not a cheap product to ship of course. Great to visit, great to buy ice cream from, great for kids and parties. 100% recommended.

  3. Justin Hartman

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    Really tasty ice cream! Especially the chocolate banana and peanut butter fudge! And it’s pretty reasonably priced.

  4. A Google User

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    I think it’s a bit lofty to call this the “Best Creamery” when it seems to be the ONLY creamery. The ice cream is good, and even reasonably priced for a creamery, but I’ve had much better out of a carton of Ben & Jerry’s and that is not the case with creameries that I would rate highly. I have two major gripes with this establishment: 1. They won’t handpack a pint – even if they don’t have the flavor pre-packed. This forced me to buy a quart of the flavor that was requested by my guests. 2. Their employees are completely void of personality and just generally unpleasant to interact with. Now that I’m plunking down $16.50 for ice cream because I have to buy quarts in two of the flavors I wanted, maybe you could plaster a smile on your face and show appreciation for my business.

  5. A Google User

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    We went to the farm for a birthday party. The first thing we noticed were bees all around the birthday area even much before any sweets were out. Through the food part of the party bees created many dangerous situations, but thankfully no kids were stung. On our hayride I got stung by a bee. When I asked for a bee sting lotion they mentioned they will give me once we go back to the main area. When we got back to the main area they directed us to the creamery. In the creamery nobody knew anything about any bee sting lotion. I went back to the person who directed me there and she again said it should be there in the creamery and tried to send me there again. When I demanded she would come with me to find it she changed her tune and tried to send me somewhere else. At the end it was obvious they didn’t have any bee sting lotion and were offering me nothing. I think it is very irresponsible for a farm with so many kids around to have bee farms by the main area and not have anything for bee sting. I am thankful it was not the kids that got stung. I will never go there again.