we went to the olympic game farm who has been open to the public for 40 YEARS now and a 28 year contract with Walt Disney films before that, we had the most wonderful time!! the employees were very helpful in detail about any questions we may have had about the care of the animals. I wanted to see for my self after reading mixed reviews.
You drive through and look and feed if you dare, domesticated llamas yak, kodiak bear black bear and more!! At first it looked to me that the bears were given poor enclosures to sleep and for shade but after talking to the staff i found that the metal roofs are just a cover for large caves they get to sleep in. and since all the bears have been tamed and are friendly the wire fence is all they need to keep inside and they respect it.. and the power of the fence is no more than a horse fence. I asked the staff and they let me know that the employees get shocked by the fence more than the bears do.
as for the predator animal enclosures I got to see first hand how well these animals were taken care of. They are fed fresh meat (not rotten) and these animals slimply enjoy it !! we asked if they were happy with there room to live so the employee walked us over and they are like a big house pets!! they love to be scratched and played with and most are senior animals 10+ yrs... the cages are a comfortable home for them and are easier to keep the animal domesticated and friendly, since all the animals on the farm are freindly towards the staff that i saw. they do not run abound even when they are put into larger enclosures, mainly lazy and enoying the sunshine. The bison were great!! they come up to your window looking for a snack not BEGGING like most would say about the animals i saw they have mounds of hay and grain areas for the animals all through out the day. a real adventure for familys!! i would recommed the place to anyone who has a love for animals. any review should have asked the proper questions before putting any negative info of anyone to see!! this place was great!!