Our farm waivers are written agreements that outline common activities and risks that can happen while you are having fun on the farm. Although waivers are primarily legal tools, they also serve an educational purpose by letting you know about the potential risks of an activity. You can determine if this activity is right for you. Often that's all it takes to understand, and hopefully, avoid accidents and misunderstandings.
Anyone who refuses to sign a waiver prior to the activity may not participate. Nor may the individual alter or delete any language in the waiver.
Waivers cannot be signed by minors. Activity participants under 18 must have a waiver signed by a parent or legal guardian.
If you have any questions or concerns about our farm waiver, please contact us.
I understand that the behavior and actions of any animal can be unpredictable and that in working with animals, personal injury or property damage may occur. Being aware of the risks that may be involved, I indemnify and hold harmless Bradley Mountain Soaps LLC and/or their volunteers, officers and employees for any and all personal injury or property damage resulting from my participation.
I understand that photographs, pictures, slides, movies, or videos may be taken of me and my guests in connection with my participation in farm activities, and that these pictures may be used on the Bradley Mountain Soap website, posted on Facebook, or other social media sites.
I understand that Bradley Mountain Farm has live public webcams both inside the barn and outside on the property. These webcams record both image and audio sound. If I am near the webcams, my image and my voice could be captured and could be transmitted over the internet.
I agree to obey all posted signs and safety rules and to alert the staff to any rules violations or dangerous behavior of co-participants. I agree to stay in areas to which I am assigned and not enter areas that will place me in undue danger. As an adult, I will supervise my child(ren) at all times. Participation is solely at the discretion of the owners and staff members of the farm. I will always be accompanied by a Volunteer or a member of the staff that is educated and versed in goat herd management and principles. I will follow their direction and keep the safety of others and the herd in mind when I take action.
Interacting with farm animals is an important experience for children and adults. Being able to touch and watch the animals helps people to learn about agriculture and encourages the human-animal bond. Despite the many benefits of interacting with farm animals, people should be aware that farm animals can sometimes carry germs that make people sick. I will protect myself, my family, and the animals on the farm by remembering to wash my hands with soap and warm running water for at least 20 seconds after contact with farm animals. I will use hand sanitizer if soap and water are not readily available.