The J.P. Morgan package
The J.P. Morgan Package is designed and well suited to educationally stimulate elementary, middle school and even high school students. There is so much to do and students can explore at their own academic levels.
You can expect an Orientation, Safety Rules, receive Farm Activity Books, explore eight Learning Centers (Chicken Chat, Horse Power, Great Grains and Feed Center, Garden Growth, Goat Gab, Tool Time, Naturalist and Pygmy Wonder), and have your lunch (that you bring) at the Farm. Lastly, there is time for Processing and Evaluation through an enriching group discussion. ($6 per student or per extra adult.)
Minimum of 15 students required. Maximum is about 64 students but ask us. Approximately 3 hours.
The Morning Chores Package
The Morning Chores Package is an intense, educational opportunity. It is recommended for students 5 years and above.
- Learn nutritional needs and how to feed and care for all types of livestock.
- Learn commercial uses of the animals including chickens, pig, goats, horses and cow.
- Learn the names and breeds of the animals and the countries where the breeds originated.
- Learn to approach and communicate with a variety of animals on the farm by spending time with them in their own farm habitat.
For up to 14 people maximum. For up to 4 people the cost is $50 per class. From 5 to 14 people, it is $50 plus $5 extra per person. Share the cost and share the ride, invite friends and family. Approximately 2 hours.
The Duck Day Visit Package
The Duck Day Visit package is designed to give young children their first exposure to the farm. It is designed for preschool children that are 4-5 years of age or large groups of folks with time constraints. Great hands-on opportunities to meet and greet some of our 30+ resident farm animals are available. Plus, children will enjoy sitting on an antique tractor, swinging in the tire swing and possibly getting a pumpkin (seasonal). ($5 per student or per extra adult.)
Minimum of 15 students required. Maximum is about 64 students but ask us. Approximately 1 1/2 hours.