First the positives:
1) The farm sits on a beautiful piece of land and you can get a good view of the surrounding area standing outside.
2) There is a large variety of farm animals which makes it an educational visit for the young ones.
3) This farm has heart as they shelter abandoned farm animals.
4) The tractor ride and guided tour by the driver was an interesting experience for city dwellers like ourselves, albeit slightly pricey for such a short ride.
Now comes the negatives:
1) we were there on Labour day and by 11 am, the crowd swelled and the barn was not big enough to accommodate that many people comfortably.
2) the presenters for the shows were not that great. The younger kids were clearly bored.
My biggest criticism is reserved for the pony ride, which we felt was a complete rip off in terms of value for money. In addition, the girl in-charge of guiding the pony clearly does not know how to handle young toddlers. My 2 year old almost fell off the pony because the guide did not bother to hold or make sure that the child is secured before leading the pony off. I would advise parents with young toddlers to consider before allowing their child on the ride and also advise the barn owners to reconsider the raising the minimum age to 3 instead of 2.
Overall, I think that our experience would have been a more positive one if we hadn't gone on the pony ride and visited during a public holiday.
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