Summer tours are alway a relaxing visit to see how the spring babies have grown. The little chicks look old enough to start to lay eggs, and the little piglets are big enough to go to the fair. Goat kids no-longer want a bottle, now they "baa" for a handful of feed. The corn that was planted in spring as a little seed is now taller than all of us. The first of many cuttings of the hay has been cut, baled, and put into the hay mow. The wheat is harvested in July when it is golden. The stalk left over is straw, that is baled and stacked in the barn for the cows to sleep on in the winter.
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS Plan on an excellent time for the kids to check out the farm, take a hayride and even play some games! Easy to learn about the farm when there is so much fun going on! Group rates apply with summer programs! Summer Fun School Programs are run through local School Programs, YMCA Camps, Boys and Girls Clubs, and many other structured progarms.
Family VACATIONS! Plan a few hours to see the farm on your way up north. What a great way to see another thing Wisconsin is famous for!