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Gail G.
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Report | 11 months ago
Ok place for small children. Kind of boring for 8 and up
Tara B.
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Report | a year ago
wears boots that can get dirty! fantastic tour of a farm for kids with a tour guide who really knows how to connect with the little ones. Thanks Margaret!
Rachel F.
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Report | a year ago
wear boots
Naomi A.
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Report | a year ago
Our tour guide was very kind and friendly.
kedarnath n.
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Report | 2 years ago
Highly recommend.. especially for families with kids
Anand H.
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Report | 2 years ago
Its a good place and my kid enjoyed it very much.
roscio m.
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Report | 2 years ago
My kids has a good time. They like that they were actually able to hold a bunny.
Tamara B.
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Report | 2 years ago
It was an amazing experience. The kids loved to see all the animals around the farm and the horses. It was great to see the other kids in their horse camp. Everyone was super friendly and the farm was lots of fun :)
Kristi B.
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Report | 2 years ago
Cathy really made the whole experience! She was very engaging with the kids and knowledgeable about the animals! The farm itself is rather run down but we had a lot of fun!
Paul S.
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Report | 2 years ago
Kathy was very nice and gave a tour that our three grandkids (13, 11, 8) really enjoyed.
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On Tashunka Farms? nine acres, the farm border collie often greets visitors at the gate. This fuzzy welcome is par for the course at the farm and animal refuge, where two spacious arenas hold stables and horsemanship camps. Equestrian training and horse care are the facility?s bread and butter?the dedicated staff recently took in a malnourished mustang named Chance and worked to bring him back to health with food, exercise, baths, and attention. This care also extends to the motley crew of the petting farm, whether it?s to one of the fuzzy lionhead rabbits, soft chinchillas, fire-breathing chickens, or peculiar fainting goats that stiffen and fall over when they?re alarmed or excited.

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