The farm is now more of a museum than a working farm, with demonstrations done by agriculture experts and antique farming equipment on display there. Volunteers work on the farmstead's organic garden and orchard, and assist with other tasks needing to be done. Educational programs are conducted at the museum, including a demonstration on the process of tapping maple syrup in early Spring. Lectures on the history of agriculture in the Midwest are done at the farmstead as well. Tours of the farmstead are led on the last Saturday of every month, but visitors to the museum should call to schedule the tour ahead of time.