How To Find Us

We are located in the city of Brent, Alabama in Bibb County.  We are approximately 30 miles southeast of Tuscaloosa, approximately 55 miles southwest of Birmingham and approximately 75 miles northwest of Montgomery.  Our address is 177 Tabernacle Rd, Brent AL 35034 and we are easy to spot from the road.  If you are using GPS to find us, just search for "Tabernacle Farm Brent" and it will bring you right to us.  If you search for our address, some GPS units will take you to the wrong end of Tabernacle Road.  Click here to see a map of our location.  Our phone is 205-340-1660 or 205-358-2785.

What We Need

It takes a lot to run the farm and care for the animals.  We still need to build barns, larger shelters, coops and more fencing for our animals.  All of that is expensive and your help and support is appreciated.  You can donate to Tabernacle Farm via PayPal.  Paypal will show “Thomas Winegard” as that is Jerry’s first name.  Your donations go a long way in our effort to care for our farm animals and to expand.  We truly appreciate your help, so please consider donating monthly or one time via PayPal.  Thank you!
Jerry and Cynthia

Want To See The Farm Animals?
We have 1 fainting goat, 6 Pygmy goats, 2 Nigerian Dwarf goats, 4 ducks, 6 geese, 2 turkeys and somewhere between 30-40 chickens on our farm.  We'll take you right up to the fence where you can see all the animals and if you like, we will let you pet and feed them.  Have you ever had a goat nibble on your fingers?  Do you want to let a farm animal eat out of your hand?  You can do all of this by arranging a visit to the farm where we will accompany you into the pasture to let you experience the life of farm animals first hand.  Don't wear your good shoes as you just might step in some poop.  We don't charge for this but donations to help cover the cost of feed are appreciated.

It's a fun place, but...
Under Alabama law, Tabernacle Farm, an agritourism professional, is not liable for injury, sickness, or damage to, or the death of, a participant in an agritourism activity at this location if the injury, sickness, damage, or death results from the inherent risks of the agritourism activity. Inherent risks of an agritourism activity include risks of injury, sickness, damage, or death inherent to land, equipment, and animals as well as the potential for you to act in a negligent manner that may contribute to your injury, sickness, damage, or death, or for another participant to act in a manner that may cause your injury, sickness, damage or death. You are assuming the risk of participating in this agritourism activity.

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