No - strollers, infant seats, car seats, food or drinks (baby bottles, sippy cups, etc.) are NOT allowed in the barn. We do have area for you to park your stroller.
Are pets allowed?
No - pets are NOT allowed on the farm they may scare our livestock and interfere with our livestock dogs. Our animals are used to our dogs since they are working livestock dogs. Your pet is considered a predator to our dogs that are here to guard the livestock from predators.
Is smoking or vaping allowed?
No - smoking or vaping of any kind are NOT allowed on the farm.
Are restrooms available at the farm?
Yes - portable toilets are available for guests to use.
Are there requirements to enter the Barn?
Yes - handwashing is required when entering and leaving the barn so you do not pass your pets germs to our animals and we do not pass them on to your animals.
How can I buy my tickets?
Tickets are available in person at the farm or can be purchased online.
Can I pay with credit card?
Yes - we accept cash and credit card. Checks are not accepted.
When is the best time to visit the farm babies?
It’s always a great time to visit the farm babies but if you are looking to visit at a slower time, we do suggest visiting in the afternoon — between 1-4pm.
Is the barn closed when it rains/snows?
No – the farm is open rain/snow or shine! The entire event is held indoors. If the weather is not delightful, we do sometimes need to close the pony rides and slide rides, but these are not included in your admission price.
Is Farm Babies open on Easter Sunday?
No – The Farm Babies will be closed Sunday, April 17, 2022.
Is food allowed to be brought to the farm?
No - food is not allowed to be brought from home.
Are tickets purchased online refundable if we can’t come?
No- we are sorry but all tickets sales are final.
What kind of animals do I have the opportunity to hold?
Lambs, goats, piglets, and chicks. We cannot always guarantee that you will be able to hold all of these but we try our best, but sometimes they just need some quiet time and you can look but not hold.
Can we bring food to feed the animals from home?
No- the animals are on strict diets and can only eat the food we provide so they do not get sick.
Can we bring our coffee cups into the barn?
No- there is absolutely no food or beverages of any kind allowed in the barn per the Health Department.