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Myung E.
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Report | a year ago
very cute farm, lots of interaction opportunities with the farm animals.
Kelly M.
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Report | a year ago
Great experience, very nice people, and would definitely do it again:)
Anya D.
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Report | a year ago
We all really enjoyed our visit :)
Jordan N.
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Report | a year ago
Very friendly , helpful staff . Went Nov 17 and it was gloomy from previous rain but still ended up being a nice day . All our kids from the ages of 13-4 enjoyed themselves, of course 13 yr old took a little more time to get into it as he's a boy, but I think overall appealed to all crowds ! I had a great time!!
Karen G.
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Report | a year ago
Our tour guide was wonderful. I'm sorry I don't remember her name, but her hair was dyed rainbow colors. She was great with our two children ages 3 and 5 and was also very knowledgeable about the animals. We had a great time.
Beth P.
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Report | a year ago
It was wonderful and I plan on taking my grandchildren again next year.
Robert O.
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Report | a year ago
Great place for kids. All sorts of animals and mine enjoyed feeding them.
Erica E.
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Report | a year ago
We looooove Green Meadows Farm! We try to go when they have an admission special or I have a coupon. I feel the normal admission is a little on the expensive side....but we do love the farm. We love getting up close and personal with the animals and the staff is amazing!
joy g.
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Report | a year ago
Wonderful place for a day out with little ones. Our 3 year old grandson enjoyed it all. It was spread out so we had time to roam around and enjoy being out in a relaxing atmosphere. I must admit Omari was quite stunned by milking a cow. I don't think it was his favorite thing. st admit
Alicia
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Report | a year ago
Great place! we had a wonderful time!
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In 1964, Bob and Coni Keyes decided to transform their 80-acre hog farm in Waterford, Wisconsin into something brand new: a pick-your-own vegetables and raspberry farm. Inspired by their own 13 children, they decided to gear the experience toward families and kids. It wasn't long before the operation expanded to include interactions with their animals, and the farm became a destination where children could come to experience agriculture and farm life. Eventually the Keyes' children grew up and left the nest, but that they didn't necessarily leave the family business. Instead, many decided to start their own petting farms in their new towns—which is how Green Meadows started in Ijamsville.

Today, farmers there take visiting kids on fun, exploratory hay rides tied to a game of I Spy in which riders look for specific things hidden in the surrounding fields. Afterward, they head to the baby animal barn to cuddle with the farm's youngest fuzzy residents. Other attractions include plastic duck races and a new slide made from a combine. The team also encourages visitors to try milking a cow and feeding the animals.

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