The lead-up to the Spring 2021 Virtual Farm Tours — that already have more than 26,500 students from 1,670 classrooms registered – is grabbing major media attention in the local media markets of all three dairy farm hosts.

Today’s host, Stacey Copenhaver of Talview Dairy, Lebanon, Pa., was featured on several Harrisburg, Pa., media stations in the past week, in addition to a 60-second media spot on WHTM in Harrisburg. Early statistics show her tour for elementary students has already racked up nearly 11,700 live viewers!

Photo caption: Gina Pronesti, first grade teacher at Reid Elementary, Middletown, Pa., said, “This is a fantastic opportunity for our students that we teach both in the classroom and at home on Zoom. Both types of learners enjoyed this program.


Emily Mulligan of Mulligan Farm, Avon, N.Y., host of Wednesday’s tour for students in grades 8-12, was featured in a three-minute live interview on Buffalo’s WIVB on Monday, and on Good Day Rochester this morning.

Host of grades 4-7, Adam Bates of Stauffer Farms, North Lawrence, N.Y., has interviews set with the Watertown Daily Times and Northern New York 360 before his tour on Thursday.

It’s not too late to register for the tours this week — encourage families and teachers to sign up here!

Wednesday, May 12 — Grades 8-12, at Mulligan Farm led by Emilie Mulligan, Avon, N.Y., from 1-2 p.m.

Thursday, May 13 — Grades 4-7, at Stauffer Farm led by Adam Bates, North Lawrence, N.Y., from Noon-1 p.m.

Stay tuned for more Virtual Farm Tour results and successes!