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An Enviro-friendly Family-centered Farm with Petting Zoo, alternative energy sources, Earth Products (Mulch, Compost and Comp-soil) division, Farm Shop, Farm-raised fresh eggs and local honey, Pony/Hay-rides, Staycation accommodation, Birthday...more
I am way beyond kid child rearing age so I have no comment on the petting farm. What I do know is they have great eggs. And when they have it the pork is superb. I also get my mulch form them. I save the...More
This is a different type of petting zoo where the animals have separate pens. You can buy grain to feed the animals and they approach you with that expectation. The variety is good and they seem to be well cared for. Our grandson loved the...More
I live somewhat nearby but today was my first visit to the farm. I had so much fun! It is reasonably priced (including the additional charge for food) and a lot of fun. I definitely got lucky visiting on a very quiet day. The animals...More
Went on the ride with my kids and boyfriends. They are all in their 20s. We had gone maybe 5 years ago and really liked it. However, this year 2018 not so much. Thought it was kind of boring and we couldn't see many of...More
Flaming Farm is a local favorite and a big school trip site too. It is surprising the number of animals you can see here - horses, donkeys, goats, sheep, pigs, emus, cows, peacocks, chickens and others to name a few. You can also purchase feed...More
Spent a few hours here with my four year old and had a ball! It is a great place to introduce children to farm animals and all that goes along with it!
There were a number of different types of animals from chickens, rabbits, goats,...More
We took two kids visiting us from the city to the farm and they loved it. They were nine years old and 12 years old and had never really spent any time seeing animals close up. Being able to feed the animals made them scared,...More
We visited just to photo the reversed EGGS sign on the red barn. I was intrigued with the petting farm. They barns plus open pens scattered around the property. You pay a fee to look and pet animals. Three stations are set up to wash...More