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We cannot go visit the Holmes Cty Amish with out stopping here we have made friends with Abe Miller one of the buggy drivers there and he is always a warm welcome and great to visit him when we are there .. If you ever...More
Every time we come to Ohio we have to stop here and get fried pies and chocolate covered turtles. The petting zoo is amazing. My daughter likes to feed the goats that are on the roof. I suggest if you are ever in the area...More
Blast to the past. You don't find these kinds of places any more. From the modern and new to the so many hand held tools from I would say a century ago. Leather goods, hand made toys. The food building/produce was a sweet tooth addict's...More
Loved visiting. Saw them making kettle popcorn in a real kettle pop. Pumpkins everywhere and apples and other fresh produce. Lovely gift shop and wonderful bakery. Be sure and trip pumpkin and cream whip pie pies!
Neat place for a buggy ride around the property (15 minutes), pony ride (on a tethered carousel), and petting zoo - all inexpensive - as well as shopping for handmade leather goods or grabbing a quick bite to eat. Try the pumpkin ice cream -...More
Hershbergers is the place to visit for a weekend visit in Holmes County. Great food, produce, bakery selections of all kinds and welcoming of families. Lots of animals to see, great display of pumpkins and gords and a great mix of locals and tourist. Don't...More
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We visited the farm in October, 2016. There were no puppies, no signs about having puppies for sale, nor any evidence of a puppy mill. That being said, if they are in the puppy mill business, they certainly would not... More
We visited the farm in October, 2016. There were no puppies, no signs about having puppies for sale, nor any evidence of a puppy mill. That being said, if they are in the puppy mill business, they certainly would not include it as part of a tourist attraction. If you a looking to boycott them because of this activity, we saw no evidence of it. If you are looking to buy a puppy, no matter where you are, I'm sure there are lots of local breeders and rescue shelters that could provide you with an option.
What led you to conclude it's a puppy mill, and make such a statement? Did you see where the puppies came from? Did you meet their parents? If not, you're more of a slanderer than they are a puppy mill. :(