My husband and I drove up from Appleton and didn't quite no what to expect.
Then we walked in, got a bottle and some food and had an absolute blast. This was the best day ever for me. I felt like a little kid all over again.
As a year round resident of Door County, the question I get most from my 2 y/o daughter is "when can we go to The Farm again?" August or January the question is always the same! She loves it and during season we make a trip there at least once a week! It's a great hands on experience for kids of all ages. The animals run free (well most of them) and very friendly as is the staff. Can't wait for it to open again! There are picnic tables to the side of the entrance (away from the animals -of course). So, pack a lunch and make a morning or afternoon of it.
Fun for any age. Pet and feed animals. Goats, bulls, pigs, horses, rabbits, chickens, sheep, dog. Watch chicks hatch, milk a goat, feed a bottle to a piglet or goat. Very clean. Restrooms, picnic area, snacks, drinks, souvineers.
Although my husband wasn't thrilled about it, our family (we have two girls, aged seven and nine) decided to go to The Farm on Saturday, July 22. What a fabulous experience!!! Even my husband loved it!!!
The staff is very friendly and helpful. They have a wide selection of farm animals, including the standard goats and horses, plus "Babe"-like pigs, exotic cattle, and even (when we were there) a two-day old donkey! They also had several breeds of bunnies and chickens, turkeys, kittens, baby chicks, and an incubator where you could watch chicks hatching. We almost never got our nine-year-old away from that. The Farm is also a great learning experience, with examples of Wisconsin agriculture, historical farming equipment, rocks of Wisconsin, you name it. My seven-year-old even got to milk a goat, and my bah-humbug husband fed a baby lamb a bottle of milk! The Farm is like an actual working farm, and you are welcome to walk around the various barns and re-visit your favorite animals as long as you'd like. Also, no one will heard you out the door; we were there for several hours and no one raised an eyebrow when we visited our favorite calf three times. :)
As another reviewer said, the prices are very reasonable: $21 for my family of four to get in, $.25 for a bottle of milk, and $.25 for each bag of feed. They also have snacks for the humans, too (ice cream, sodas, etc.) From now on, our visits to Door County will ALWAYS include a visit to The Farm!
My granddaughters (ages 9 and 5) loved the farm. The price was totally reasonable and even the animal food and bottles to feed the goats and other animals were minimally priced. They loved holding baby chicks and kittens, petting all the farm animals, seeing the historic buildings. Everyone working at the farm was friendly and helpful.
My daughter absolutely loved The Farm. We spent all day here. Animals are walking all over the place but all will eat from your hand. There are kittens to pick up, goats to milk, and even a working water pump. I would highly reccommend for anyone with children. Definently worth every penny!
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