I was a bit reluctant to stop here, considering we live in rural Iowa;-). We have family members who live on farms where we can see chickens or pet goats. However, the kids (ages 8,8,6) saw this place advertised in the South Dakota travel guide and begged to go, so we stopped on our way down to Custer State Park.
I was glad we did. The kids loved it, and it was bigger than I expected. Very clean and family friendly. You can feed: goats, sheep, fish in the pond, pigs (these you feed through a feeding trough). At certain times of the day you can bottle-feed certain baby animals (we didn't get to do this since they weren't doing it during the time we were there). You can pet donkeys, horses, ponies, goats, sheep, calves, bunnies, probably a few more I'm forgetting. They have baby chicks you can hold.
They'll give you a schedule of events when you enter, and also announce the events over the loudspeaker. We got to see the pig race, which the kids thought was hilarious. My kids also did the pony ride (extra fee, and ponies just go around in a circle), but skipped the "train ride" (really just a lawn mower pulling cars, we can do this for free at our town's annual Town and Country Day).
In addition to all the farm animals, they also have a large fish pond (you can feed the fish) and a nice playground and picnic area. Make sure to go in the Nursery barn, this was my daughter's favorite part: the cutest little baby goats that will climb right up on your lap if you sit down. Adorable!
We spent about two hours here total; could've spent more but we were running late. This is a great place to stop if you have young kids; I probably would not recommend it for a travel part of adults only or adults and teens, since it's very much geared towards the 10 and under crowd.
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