$6.00 General Admission
$5.40 Senior Citizens
*Children 23 months old and younger are free
Annual Family Memberships include one year of admission for one family (children, parents, grandparents and one named caregiver) and numerous discounts on purchases at the Petting Farm.
Additional hours available for special events and large groups. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information.
We are giving away a Wishpets Winter Bear. Entry forms are available in our Welcome Center during February. We will announce the winner in next months newsletter.
Animal of the Month: Goats
- Female goats are called does or nannies. Intact males are called bucks or billies. Castrated male goats are called wethers. Baby goats are called kids.
- Birthing is known as kidding.
- Both male and female goats can grow a beard.
- Goat’s eyes have horizontal slit shaped pupils. Their pupils allow them to see in dim light and enhance their view of objects directly in front of them.
- Goats don’t have upper front teeth. They use their lower teeth and tongue to “bite.”
- Goats produce 2% of the world’s total annual milk supply.
- Goat meat is a healthy alternative to other red meats. It has comparable protein content, less fat and calories, and more iron.
- It estimated that 75% of the world’s population eats goat meat.