I set up a field trip here with 5 families. What a great day.
It was nice to step back in time and have someone to answer all of our questions and give us lots of information to help us understand why things were done the way they were and how some of that has evolved today.
They are very dedicated to keeping the heritage breeds going strong.
The kids were able to milk one of the cows & one was able to milk their newest cow who they are trying to get used to being milked in public. They fed the chickens, sheep & turkeys. Brushed the cows and the HUGE ox.
We were also able to just walk around, take in the sights and enjoy a very nice morning with hardworking people who take the time to share their love and knowledge of history with children.
They are closed on Mondays. Keep in mind this is a WORKING farm museum, so the staff is very happy to answer questions, but they do have to keep working while doing so & may be unavailable for part of your visit.
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