HOLY COW! Brian and Erin Anderson have been welcoming people from all over the globe to visit their Dairy Farm in Langley, B.C., since 1999. Schools, Groups and Families have all come to enjoy a real working dairy farm in action and learn about (or help) with the daily chores.
The Name Change… Eagle Acres
With an upcoming move in late 2017 to a beautiful acreage closer to Fort Langley a new name for our farm was needed!
Moving and re-building at this new site allows us to spread our wings and be free… just like our son who passed away in 2015. Jared’s spirit was deemed to be that of an eagle by our friends of the Kwantlen First Nations Band in Fort Langley. It is only fitting that Eagle Acres Dairy becomes the name of our new home; a place to soar.
Brian grew up on the Aldor Acres Farm and was very involved in the management and development of the Pumpkin Patch and the Christmas Tree Farm. Erin grew up on a dairy farm in South Surrey and joined Brian in 1994, and together they created the Aldor Acres Dairy Centre, now Eagle Acres Dairy. They started milking in 1999 with 11 cows in a herringbone milking parlour. They are now milking 50 cows daily with a Robotic (VMS) milking system. Their children help with the daily chores and are often ‘auxiliary’ tour guides with the afternoon family tours.
We are a local, sustainable and passionate family farm. We enjoy what we do and always like to share our day with visitors!