12/16/18 Tour - SOLD OUT
Our December Tour is sold out. We would love to host another tour in December but aren't sure yet if that will happen around all the holiday craziness. We will keep you posted. Thank you for your interest!
Farm Tours & Ticket Buying Information
As this is our primary residence and not a full time business, we wanted to find a way to open our doors when we can to help keep agriculture alive in our community and share these adorable animals, but also maintain a private residence. This is why we are opening for tours by appointment only to large groups. We will also have opportunities for private tours but they will be a bit more pricey.
Tours will be randomly planned and announced based on availability and demand. Our tours are an hour and a half long and typically start at 10:00am. This educational experience will give you and your family a chance to meet and feed almost all of our animals, learn about life on our farm and playtime for the kiddos.
Our tickets are sold individually, Children under 1 are free. Tickets are $10 per person. These tours are designed for preschool aged children up to 8 years old and their families. Older children are always welcome too, just want to give you a heads up on who our tours are catered to.
Follow us on FB and instagram to be the first to know when tours are announced and go on sale! We have limited availability. After you purchase your non-refundable ticket and complete our waiver, be sure to visit our "before your tour" page. Thank you for your patience and interest. We are so excited to show you our farm!
Kids Farm Shirts
One of the key components to our curriculum is hygiene - both for the animals and their handlers. This toddler sized hand-washing station is a fun way to allow the kids to wash their hands on their own (or with your help) before and after interacting with the animals.
The Corn Pit
Have your kids ever played in a corn pit? This is a hit with the kiddos and they won't want to leave. Make sure you pack extra clothes because your little ones will get farm dirty!
THIS IS A SEASONAL ITEM. WHEN OUR CORN PIT IS NOT FILLED WITH CORN, IT WILL BE FILLED WITH SAND.
Building Immune Systems
While hand-washing is very important when interacting with the farm animals, it is also important to play with a little dirt (or rocks!) to help build up our little one's immune systems. Your toddler’s immune system is continually changing, adapting and strengthening in response to external factors. Exposure to germs helps the immune system learn how to defend itself and builds resistance to infections.
Our girls love feeding time. Teaching our children the skills necessary to care for other living things is invaluable.
Feeding, watering, cleaning and grooming are some of the daily tasks that farmers do. Allowing your kiddos to help feed the animals teaches them responsibility and skills that can't be taught in the classroom.