We want everyone visiting our farm to have a safe and wonderful experience and you can help us going over our rules and guidelines with your family before visiting and following them when you are here at our family’s farm and property.
Thank you in advance for doing your part to keep our guests, family, staff, crops, and animals safe by following our farm rules.
COVID-19 Safety Guidelines
Due to COVID-19, we have put the following measures in place to ensure the safety of our customers, family and employees. We are following all state mandates and ask that you respect our family and farm by following them as well in order to help us keep our family, customers and staff safe and avoid fines and penalties.
We ask that you:
According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention an inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Senior citizens and guests with underlying medical conditions are especially vulnerable. By visiting Bushue’s Family Farm, you voluntarily assume all risks related to exposure to COVID-19.
Farm Safety Rules
- Children must be accompanied by an adult AT ALL TIMES – we are a real farm with lots of moving equipment which can be a unique, unpredictable situation for many kids.
- Be respectful of our crops and watch where you are walking to avoid damaging crops.
- Kindness and caring for your fellow visitors (and our staff/family) is required.
- We do not allow pets at our farm. Service animals are always welcome. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Comfort or emotional support animals do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
- Please do not feed our farm animals – we keep track of what they are eating and how much to help keep them healthy.
- Please drive slowly in parking lots and on our property to ensure the safety of everyone
- Stay outside the animal pens- DO NOT enter into their pens and DO NOT harass our animals
- Keep rocks, sticks, corn, pumpkins etc. on the ground – they are not for throwing or playing with.
- Keep kids off fences and gates
- Do not open gates on farm property.
- Help keep our farm clean – pick up your litter, empty packaging, etc.
- Have fun, get muddy, splash in puddles, enjoy the fresh farm air and make lots of memories
Where is the farm?
Our address is 9880 SE Revenue Rd. Boring Or 97009. We are located halfway between Gresham and Sandy off Orient drive.
What do you grow?
We have three main seasons at our farm. The weekend before Mother’s Day our greenhouses are full of hanging baskets, annuals, vegetable starts, succulents, patio containers, decorative planters and perennials to fill your yard and gardens.
In early to mid June we offer u-pick strawberries (and they are the best berry you’ll ever have – we promise!).
Finally in October we offer a country farm pumpkin patch where you can pick a pumpkin from the vine, enjoy fresh donuts and apple cider, make a dirt baby, visit our farm animals and take a pig train ride around the farm.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash and credit cards.
Can I bring my dog or pet?
We do not allow pets at our farm. We are an active working farm with lots equipment and people moving around often – lots of unique and dangerous surroundings for pets. We love dogs, but would hate to see yours hurt. Service animals are always welcome. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Comfort or emotional support animals do not qualify as Service Animals under the ADA.
What is the best time to visit the pumpkin patch?
During a normal season (when COVID-19 is not around) – weekdays and earlier in the month are less busy. Unfortunately we are unable to predict what crowds will look like this year (2020) but we are open by reservation only which will reduce the number of people here at anytime so this year will be less busy overall.