Getting Here

Kricklewood Farm Big Red Barn

Kricklewood Farm Big Red Barn

The farm is located near the village of Frankville, which is north of Brockville, south of Smiths Falls, east of off Highway 29 at 421 Kitley Line 8 Road.  Look for the big red barn and the goats.  Use the map below or click here.


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17 thoughts on “Getting Here

  1. Ainslee

    Hello,

    A friend of mine told me that your farm offered soap making lessons. I’m interested in making olive oil soaps and would love to learn a little more about the process.

    Thanks,
    Ainslee

  2. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hi Ainslee,

    Thanks very much for your interest in our workshops, we will be starting them up in the Fall and will have the schedule out soon. If you want, sign up for our newsletter and we’ll be the sending the next one out in a few weeks with the dates. To sign up, go to our home page and click on the envelope icon on the right to register.

    Best regards,

    Dale Horeczy

  3. dewi mawardi

    a sunny hello from Singapore! we will be going there for a short holiday and was wondering if you have planned your soap making and cheese making workshops in November/December 2013? we would love to visit you and learn a thing or two <3

  4. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hello, We don’t have our schedule yet for then but if you let me know what dates you will be here we will try to work within your vacation time. If you don’t mind me asking, how did you learn about our workshops?

  5. Jeannie

    Hi, I am a photographer and love sunflowers. I would love to use your fields of sunflowers for some family photos. Would this be possible?
    Thank you!
    Jeannie

  6. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hi Jeannie,

    No problem, can you make a donation to the animal rescue (Mel’s Farm)? Our open house on Saturday was a fundraiser for them. What is your time frame as the sunflowers are past their peak now and fading fast.

    Dale

  7. Lina

    We heard about how beautiful the sunflower is in this season. Is your farm open to public if we go on Jul 30 would that be a good time to see sunflowers? Thanks!

  8. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hi Lina, Thanks for contacting us about seeing the sunflowers! Normally the sunflowers are in bloom at the end of July but this season is later than usual due to the winter and wet Spring. We will be putting notices on our web site and Facebook page as we get closer to being in bloom but I think it will be towards the end of August for this year.

  9. Jing

    Hi There,
    would love to see the sunflower farm this Sunday, September 7, 2014. What time are you open? can we still see the sunflowers? Do have any special events on Sunday?

    Thank you and hope to hear from you.

  10. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hello Jing,

    You are welcome to come see the Sunflowers on Sunday but they are starting to fade so not as pretty as when I took the home page photo on August 24th. Any time you wish would be fine and if you wish we have our sunflower oil, honey, goat milk soap and other things available for purchase at the farm too.

  11. Ping

    Hi, Sir,

    May I know if we can see the sunflower field this year? If so, when would be the best time to go?

    Thanks
    Ping

  12. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hello Ping,

    Thank you for your inquiry about visiting the sunflower field. We would be happy to welcome you to see it and I would say the best time would be end of July to mid August but that can change depending on the weather. If it is very hot, the flowers mature faster than if it is cooler. If you are on Facebook, we publish photos of the field as it progresses and you will see when the best time would be. Our Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/KricklewoodFarm

    Best regards,

    Dale Horeczy

  13. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hi Allie,

    Thank you for contacting us about sunflower seeds – unfortunately we don’t sell sunflower seeds, just sunflower oil.

    Dale

  14. Jessika

    My husband and I love goats, I was wondering if you take visitors to come see the babies in the spring, also buy some eggs and oil?

  15. Dale Horeczy Post author

    Hello, Certainly you can come to the farm to see the baby goats – we are expecting the new ones mid May and later so I would suggest touching base towards the end of May and I will bring you up to date on our kidding.

    Best regards,

    Dale Horeczy

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