Tuesday, May 13, 2014

A Unique Experience on our Dairy Farm

Looking for a fun, educational and unique family activity? Participate in Cow Tales Adventures at our dairy farm on May 21st or June 3rd.  This event is for children 5 and under accompanied by a caregiver. It’s from 10am to 12pm and the cost is $6/person (12 months & under are free). No reservations necessary.

Cow Tales Adventures includes;

  • Guided tour of the milking parlor to watch the cows being milked
  • Visit to the calf area where you can pet and interact with calves
  • Wagon ride tour of the farm to see where the cows live
  • Rides for children on the Chugga Chugga Moo Moo train  
  • Time to play on the farm-themed outdoor playground, pedal tractors & corn box
  • Indoor Junior Dairyman play area with farm themed toys
  • Cow Craft activity
  • Cheese snack  
  • Lots of fun and photo opportunities!

Some of these activities are outdoors and some are inside. The event will go on rain or shine, we recommend wearing boots or old shoes. Please be prepared to pay with cash or check, we are not able to process credit cards.

Our farm is also available for scheduled group tours May, June, July, September and October. Reservations are required. A farm tour is a neat opportunity for school groups, day camps, scouts, service clubs, senior groups or any group interested in experiencing a working dairy. The minimum group size is 16 people. The tour can be tailored to any age group. For more information, check out our website

Here are some scenes from previous Cow Tales Adventures and dairy tours:


Students watch the cows milking
A wagon ride around the farm
The wagon stops in the barn to see the cows
A visitor connects with a sweet calf
Kids love petting the calves!
Ready for a ride on Chugga Chugga Moo Moo
Visitors can watch the cows milking through the windows in the Parlor
Fun at the indoor play area
The corn box is always a hit with kids!
The giant sand box on the playground
Playing on the tire mountain
Farming with pedal tractors
We hope to see you at our farm in 2014!

2 comments:

  1. Your Grandpa and G randma Goldsmith would certainly be proud of you and your family.

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    1. Thank you for the nice thought. My grandparents were very involved in their community and as 4-H leaders. I'm glad to be carrying on the family dairy and community service tradition!

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