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School Farm Visits

Recipe: How to Preserve Children

Instructions: Take one large grassy field and one class of young children, mix with a barn full of baby goats, bunnies, kittens, calves, lambs, turkeys, chickens, pigs, cats and “Charlie Mae” (the dog).  Milk a goat and brush a cow. Stir well.  Run the children through a field, rolling over once or twice.  Now bake under a big blue sky.  When thoroughly brown and tired, return home for a hot bath.

Price: $5.00 per child, $125 minimum charge per group plus 1 parent per 4 children.

Capacity: 25 to 75, ages 3 to 8 years old.

Times: 9:30 to Noon or 12:30 to 3:00

Note: In order for the children to have a great farm experience:

  • One parent per 4 children to help–free
  • All staff and special needs helpers–free
  • Extra parents will be charged $10.00 each
  • Please leave all siblings with sitter

Facilities:

A visit to our farm provides the children with a hands on experience with farm life.  Each child will have the opportunity to hold, feed and pet the farm animals, milk a goat, brush cow, look for the golden goose eggs, and visit the hen house.  Afterwards they may crawl through tunnels in the straw fort and visit the pioneer display.  There is also a covered picnic area and an awesome playground with huge inner tubes, games, swings, stilts, sandbox, playhouse plus a tug-a-war and more.  Now it’s off on a short walk to check out the Christmas trees and dinosaur bones.

Attire: All visitors are asked to wear long pants, long sleeve shirts and old shoes or boots.  This is a barnyard with all the trimmings!

Bring: Snack and drink, bug spray, NAME TAGS, and sani-wipes.

“A teachers patience is like a tube of toothpaste – its never quite all gone”

Please print off Farm Safety from the below link: