The farm is a fascinating place, raising musk oxen in order to domesticate them for the future. The tour was great and the tour guide was very helpful and educational. We got to feed and pet one of the friendlier, bottle-raised musk ox which was great. There is some neat stuff in the visitor's centre as well, such as a musk ox skeleton. The oxen themselves don't do much other than sleep though so don't expect too much excitement.
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