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McClelland's Dairy

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McClelland's Dairy

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6475 Bodega Ave, Petaluma, CA 94952-7609
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Shu K wrote a review Nov 2015
San Jose, California342 contributions198 helpful votes
My family of 4 came here with another family of 4 - the kids ranged from 3 to 9. This is a great place to spend a few hours - the cannons to launch small pumpkins was fun, the slides were great, but my personal favorite was a giant tub of wheat. We spent quite a bit of time just playing and laying on the wheat, covering ourselves up like we would do on the beach. Kids made mountains out of it, and I personally enjoyed running my feet in the knee high wheat, as it gave me a nice massage. Lying there felt great too, because all the wheat conformed to my body. But enough about the wheat. We took our tour around the dairy farm, where we learned all about the happy cows. The place also had a small haunted house and a concession stand for hot dogs, etc. the pumpkin patch itself is away from the play area described above. Just be prepared to use the outhouse, though there is a bathroom near the milking area. Definitely worth a visit with the kids.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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heirloomapple wrote a review Jul 2012
Bodega Bay, California24 contributions17 helpful votes
I came on a tour of the farm with several children on a rainy day....I thought they might cancel or it would not be much fun. It was a blast the kids loved it the history of the place is great and I loved the family feel and generational experience it was. The kids learned the concept of a family farm, and have an idea of the work and love that go into it. I was impressed at the evolution of the Dairy as it has moved to Organic and appreciate that they are doing it because they live it and not because of more dollars or because of a trend... Great family great products....Love the butter!
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Date of experience: March 2012
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foodie50Ny wrote a review Apr 2012
NY448 contributions117 helpful votes
Wonder no more because this is where they live! A family-owned and operated, organic dairy farm that makes you feel good about paying a higher price for organic products. This dairy is a supplier for Organic Valley products and takes pride in producing a high quality product from contented, happy cows. Cows "free range graze" and are additionally fed a fresh feed that helps make for an exceptional product. You'll love Jana McClelland (a wealth of knowledge and your tour guide) and be taken with the gentle care give to the animals. Take the opportunity to milk "Large Marge", one of the cows. It was great fun. Kids will have a blast but so did this adult!
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Date of experience: April 2012
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