Open Barnyard at Weir River Farm

Hi, guys!

How is your Labor Day weekend going so far? I’m just popping in with a quick post about our recent trip to Weir River Farm for their Open Barnyard Hours.

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From now through October, the farm opens their barnyard every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, so visitors can explore and meet their animals. Pro tip: If you have a toddler/small child, you might want to bring a stroller along. There wasn’t a ton of walking, but if you have a little one, who needs to be carried, you might want some wheels for getting around the farm.

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The farm had all sorts animals for kids to see. Quinn especially loved the goats.

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Ok, he loved ALL of the animals. He actually ran over to the chickens! Haha!

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Goats, chickens, bunnies, and horses lived in the main barnyard while pigs and cows were in separate pastures, which were a short walk away.

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Volunteers took some of the animals out of their pens, so the kids could see them up close and personal. Quinn had the chance to pet a chicken, bunny, and a goat. He absolutely loved it and was smiling from ear-to-ear.

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Horses!

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Cows!

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And, before we left, we made one more stop to pet Quinn’s goat buddy.

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We had such a nice time at Weir River Farm. I can’t wait to go again soon. I’m sure it just gets more and more fun as Quinn gets older and more interested in animals.

8 Comments

  1. Fun! My girls and I have been visiting the same pumpkin farm every fall since my oldest was 9 months old. They have goats, chickens, rabbits, donkeys, calves, sheep, llamas, and I’m sure I’m forgetting some. They are in high school now and still enjoy going!

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