- Masks are required inside the goat petting area and during goat stampedes for all visitors ages 5 and older.
- There is a maximum capacity of 40-50 people inside the goat petting area.
- Please wash your hands before and after visiting with the animals.
General Farm Rules
- Please treat the animals with respect, including:
- No feeding any of the animals
- No poking the animals with sticks or throwing objects at them.
- No pulling or stepping on feathers.
- Quiet voices at all times:
- No yelling or shouting at the animals or other people.
- Please do not loudly imitate the animals’ voices.
- Walking only inside the farm:
- No running, jumping, or chasing after any animal.
- No climbing on fences or goat climbing structures – please save the climbing for the goats!
- Children must be supervised throughout their entire visit:
- An adult must always be present while walking through the farm.
- Close supervision in small groups is required while inside the goat petting area.
Goat Petting Area Rules
Please obey the signage posted at the petting area gate and follow directions from our staff members. Some of the most important rules include:
- No picking up or restraining the goats.
- Instead, you can sit down and wait for a goat to climb into your lap, or crouch down to invite a goat to climb onto your back.
- No feeding the goats.
- Please do not remove hay from the ground or the hay feeders.
- No human food inside the goat petting area.
- No running, jumping, climbing, or chasing the goats.
- No playing with the water buckets.
- No picking up the sawdust or hay from the ground.
- Quiet voices only.
Dogs are welcome inside the farm – please do not leave your dog in a hot car. All dog owners must obey the following rules inside the farm:
- Dogs must remain on a leash at all times.
- Dogs may not enter the goat petting area.
- Please do not let your dog bark at the animals.