Enjoy a scenic country ride through our fields while spotting our farm animals going about their day along the way. Safety is our #1 concern, especially on the wagons! So, we make sure all teachers/parents/guardians are aware of our safety procedures. We ask that they participate in the fun by joining on the ride and keeping a close eye on their children. We want everyone to have a safe and enjoyable time!
Meeting the animals
Meet many of our friendly animals on the farm! We ask the children to point out our pony, horse trotting along in their pen. Visitors of all ages love to see and even pet our bunnies! They love the attention! We have many other animals that we introduce all our visitors to including a cow, sheep, goats, and chicken. All the animals on our farm are friendly and adorable!
During the tours, you get the unique opportunity to see our professional shearer demonstrate how the sheep’s fur gets sheared off. This is a favorite among many of all ages, because it is both fun and very informative. We show you how and why we need to maintain our farm animals, even on their haircuts!
Not only will we demonstrate for you how to milk a goat, but we will give each visitor the chance to try it themselves if they want to. We first show the technique for milking then give you the chance to be a farmer for the day.
Our tours are all presented in a way that you can learn about the daily life on our farm, and try it out too. Every one learns how the hens cage works and how the farmer would collect the eggs they lay. We even let the children collect their own egg to put in our collecting basket, as if they were a farmer!
For younger visitors, there is a maze designed specifically for their height. They have fun trying to navigate their way through, as parents/guardians/teachers cheer them on.
Hand feeding sheep and goats
Who wouldn’t want to feed our friendly farm animals? We give everyone on our tour handfuls of sheep and goat feed to walk over to the always hungry animals as they eat right from the palm of your hand. That is definitely the animals’ favorite part of your tour!