“Owner is such a nice person. We had a visit today at his farm. Thank you for your time and willingness to answer all our questions. I appreciate all your hard work there.
Please understand that you do not need to pay for a tour to enjoy good food. You can see the sheep, the roosters and hens, the ducks, the pastured turkey, the fishes, the Farm store, and more, without a tour guide. You can explore a lot of the farm on your own with no cost whatsoever. The tour provides you with extras and explanations beyond what you can see on your own.
This is the place where you get good information about the farms and a place to enjoy yourself with your family and friends. This family farm offers the opportunity to get up close to working fishes, ducks' hens and other farm animals “experiences”
These two species have been a major source of economic sustenance and financial cushioning, this section of society. Comparatively smaller body size, adaptability to a wide range of agro-climatic conditions, ever-increasing demand and prices for mutton/chevon have rendered them suitable for weaker sections, educated unemployed and progressive farmers.
The intern will work with the many crops we raise and will learn how the animal rotations are used to reduce pests, clean up fallen fruit, and fertilize the crops. The intern will also be involved in maintenance of the energized high-tensile wire pasture fences.
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What People Say
“My sister suggested a visit, and it was worth it! It was so lush and green, such a warm welcoming atmosphere and the people running it were friendly. The animals looked so well kept too. Go check it out! You'll feel the same way.
“It is a good place to spend a quiet evening. Far from the hustle and bustle of the city. Good picnic spot. Kids would love to meet and feed the animals at a place which is very close to city without much travel