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SEASONAL BUSINESS

5th Generation Family Farm 

 19856 County Road 121, Hilliard, Fl 32046

904-879-5453

Tickets may be purchased online or at the farm.  We accept cash, credit or debit

TO HELP OUT OUR FAMILIES...... 

Outside food is allowed.  Just no coolers.

OPEN - September 29, through October 27th, 2018

Saturdays Oct. 6, 13, 20, & 27 - 10am to 10pm without reservation LAST ADMITTANCE TO FARM, WAGON RIDE & MAZE  9PM

OCTOBER 6, 13, 20 - DARK TO 10PM FLASH LIGHT MAZE AND

NIGHT TIME WAGON RIDE - LAST ADMITTANCE 9PM

OCTOBER 26TH AND 27TH - HAUNTED TRAIL 7PM TO 10PM - LAST ADMITTANCE 9PM

Tuesdays through Fridays

Oct. 2nd - Nov. 9th - 10am to 2pm Reservations Only

CLOSED

SUNDAYS AND MONDAYS

 

 Blessed shalt thou be when thou comest in, and blessed shalt thou be when thou goest out.  Deut. 28:6

 
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Meet Our Farm Animals

Chickens, Cows, Ducks, Geese, Guinea Fowl, Horses, Pea Cocks, Pea Hens, Pigs, Sheep, Turkeys....Oh my....

 

 Little Miss

LITTLE MISS....All dressed up and ready for company!  Isn't she cute?

 

 And our granddaughters have horses that range from Quarter Horses, to Paints and Andalusians!  You will meet them in the round pen as well.  They are kind and gentle and ready to ride you during your visit here.  Above is Honey Bug and Hope.  In this photo Hope and Honey Bug are practicing what they have learned in the Parelli training.

 

                   

Some of our laying hens.  They roam freely over the whole farm every day.  They put their self up in their  pens in the evening and we shut the door behind them to keep them safe overnight. 

Do you know how many eggs a chicken lays in a year?

Come and visit them and maybe take home some "Kackle Berries"  as Mr. Eddie calls them.

  

 MEET OUR SWEET ANGUS COWS AND THEIR BABY CALVES

 

 

 AND ON HIS FARM HE HAD SOME DUCKS......

 

 

OUR SWEET GEESE AND GOSLINGS

 

 

 THE GUINEA FOWL...good for keeping down the ticks

 Our sweet pea hen and her peachicks.....brand new....just hatched.

 

 With an oink, oink, here and an oink, oink there.......

 

 

And our granddaughter's sheep....Katahdin sheep.                                                                  Here is Miss Hannah giving them some groceries out of the garden....Yum, Yum!