Visit Doko Farm
We are looking forward to welcoming you back to Doko Farm soon...
Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are closed for all agri-tourism activities and events. We look forward to welcoming visitors back to our farm as soon as it is safe for us, and our guests, to gather. In the meantime, please follow us on facebook for photos from the farm, and join our email list for updates on events once we are able to reopen.
Thank you and keep well.
Our Normal Invitation
When researching our farm's history, and that of the surrounding area, we came across a multiple meanings for the name Doko, the original name of the train station that later became the town of Blythewood. One meaning that especially resonated with us was "gathering place." We hope that Doko Farm will become a gathering place for our family, friends and community. We invite you to spend part of your day with us. It seems that there is always something going on at Doko Farm!
Please read the following guidelines for a safe farm visit.
While we do everything we can to ensure our visitors' safety, please remember that Doko Farm is a real, working farm. As such, there are some hazards, including: fire ants, ticks, mosquitoes, poison ivy, farm tools, equipment, electric fences, barb wire, and livestock. Visitors must wear enclosed shoes, for safety and comfort. We also recommend sunscreen and long pants.
Supervised children are welcomed and encouraged to visit Doko Farm.
Pets are not permitted.
Join us for one of our public farm tours! We believe that transparency is important in our food system and we welcome the chance to show you around Doko Farm.
Group and private tours are also available for a fee.
Ag and Art Tour
The Ag & Art Tour is returning to Richland County June 12 & 13!
Details coming soon!
Doko Farm loves our volunteers! Seriously, they are the best! In a normal year, we have multiple volunteer opportunities, and it is a great way to get your hands dirty and learn about the farm. Volunteer activities have been put on hold for 2020. We look forward to welcoming our volunteers back, when the time is right.