Open Sundays this Spring!

GRF will be open to the public Sundays in the Spring of 2015. We will kick off the season on May 31st and be open thru June 28th. Our hours are 10am-4pm. Come visit all of your favorite animals and see how they have changed since the fall!  We have 4 new baby lambs this spring!  We […]

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Private Party Functions

Do you need someplace to hold your company picnic? Maybe you are in charge of planning the family reunion this year? How about a Scout leader looking for a place to get your next badge and have fun doing it? Is your son or daughter wild about animals and having a birthday soon? Look no […]

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Animal of the Month

Sheldon loves people! He is our grey chinchilla. This is the most common color of chinchilla, however they also come in ebony, black velvet, beige, brown velvet, white, and even violet! Sometimes when you cross breed the different colors you can get what they call a mosaic, this is when you have a couple shades […]

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Shearing Fun Day

We will be holding our first annual Shearing Fun Day on Sunday June 7th (10am-4pm). This event will include shearing demonstrations as well as washing and drying of the wool. We will also have some special guests that will demonstrate spinning and carding. They will be showing off some of their finished goods. Bring the […]

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Comments from some of our visitors…

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On behalf of my first grade class and the chaperones that accompanied us on our trip on Friday, I would like to thank you for a wonderful time!  My class is still talking about the many experiences they had at your farm.  The parents expressed to me that it was by far the best educational, hands-on field trip any of them had ever attended.  I had been on many trips as a teacher and I have to agree with them.  Thank you so much for a fantastic experience.  We hope to see you all again.

Laura Patterson, Our Redeemer Lutheran School

I just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our trip today. The whole experience was great. I especially want to thank Ginger for her outstanding job with my preschoolers. She really knew how to reach them at their level. I have been on many trips where that is not the case, so I really appreciate someone who engages the children. Thanks for all your help while planning our trip. I will certainly be back again.

Mount Calvary Lutheran Preschool, Sandy Sebald

We LOVE our trip to the farm!  Mrs. Schilling always has the farm in tiptop shape, and our guides are always amazing.  Last year, Doug followed us for almost our entire tour!  The kids made a friend they talked about and prayed for all year!  So cool!  Nowhere else could my students have an experience like the one you provide.  Thank you!

Unknown Teacher

We want to thank you for a wonderful day at your farm on October 17th.  Even though we got soaked in the morning, we thoroughly enjoyed the whole day.  We are looking forward to coming back next year.

The Kindergarden Staff, Prospect Elementary

As always, the trip we took on Friday, October 21, to your farm was exceptional.  The people were so friendly, patient, and courteous.  Although it has been several weeks since our trip, the kids are still talking about what a great time they had and how much they learned.  Your farm is at the top of my field trip list, and I continue to share your program with my colleagues and friends.  Thank you for your contribution to our learning.

Unknown Teacher

The first and second graders at Christ the Lord in Brookfield thank you for a wonderful day at the farm.  I liked that the trip was well organized and that the kids learned while having fun.

Sarah Michelle, Teacher