Example of a farm in the 1930's when life was tough. My husband and I enjoyed walking the farm and seeing how things were done when people didn't have machines to work with. The actors were authentic, meaning they kept in character. We overheard several comments comparing today's conditions to the 1930's. IMHO, you will enjoy the experience more if you can place yourself in the 1930's with the characters. The farms show how life was then. People worked with the daylight. There wasn't enough of anything- the same as here in the US. People aged quickly! Children were children for a very short amount of time and then they were expected to help the family survive through earning a wage. This is explained through the tour. Very interesting.
We enjoyed the experience of milking the cows, separating the milk and seeing the process. Very labor intensive! Well worth a visit.
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