Adventures for farm

The experience of visiting a farm is unique and special. Discover how farming used to be done in the past versus how it is done now, and explore how it feels to be an actual farmer. Farmers typically perform a range of tasks, including cleaning and tending to livestock, plowing, planting and harvesting crops, and driving tractors. If you are ready to get your insight into a true farmer’s life, here’s 8 Adventures that you can experience on our farms:

Milk the cow

It may seem like a simple task to milk a cow, but there’s a lot more to it than you might imagine. Watch a milking process, experience how it feels, then taste fresh pasteurized milk.

Plant a vegetable

Prepare your bed garden, plant a seed or a seedling, water and weed your crops, and harvest your vegetables when they are fully grown.

Collect the eggs

Pet the cute chickens and help the farmers collect, clean, and store chicken eggs in a real hen house.

Visit the beehives

Through the hands­-on exploration of an active, living beehive, learn about the intriguing world of honey bees in a way that few get to experience!  Wearing protective gear, lighting a bee smoker, and getting up close to more than 100,000 bees.

Bake bread

learn how to bake your own bread, using no other implements but your hands, a wooden spoon, and an old wood-fired oven. Around lunchtime you can join the best bread tasting with different types of bread. There will be a variety of local cereals to see, smell, and taste. With your own luscious smelling bread under your arm, you will walk out the door in the afternoon!

Drive a tractor

Drive a tractor – get a taste of farm work, learn the basics, and other farming techniques, with ploughing and chain harrowing. Experience driving a real authentic tractor one-on-one with a farmer.

Take a nap

lie down in a hay barn and enjoy the old-fashioned accommodation. The smell of fresh hay alone means relaxation and recovery.

Keeping Farm Animals

Not much else unites children more than their love of animals. Whether it’s the family cat or the trusted dog, get out there and see the animals. In addition, cattle and other livestock are great ways to engage children and teach them about where their food comes from.