My husband and I were there last week. It is an Amish farm of 30 acres with many farm and exotic animals. The prices are reasonable,and you could buy treats for the walk through area animals for 25 cents.We did the walk through area,and then we rode in a large horse-pulled wagon with back to back seating down the center and an awning over the top for sun protection. We were given grain-filled rubber bowls to feed the animals, as they would come up to our wagon. Wagon railings were placed ,so the animals could feed from the bowls,but not get onboard with us! We stopped along the way to feed them. Some of the bigger animals were pushy, but all got to eat sooner or later! Wow! So many different kinds. The driver would tell us what kind they were,as we did not recognize several of them. I had never seen a Zedonk,Watusi cow, etcetera. The adults were having as much fun as the children in our group! When you go, see if "July" is there. He is a tiny dwarf pony with deformed feet that was given to the farm 2 months before we came. His big eyes showed his spirit,and hope for good things to come. I will always remember him! Take your kids too,and you can all enjoy this unusual farm!!
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