Mulberry Lane Petting Farm Sherwood
Where is it at?
Mulberry Lane Petting Farm
W3190 County Road B
3 miles east of Sherwood
Or you can just listen for the animals calling you!
Where are we going today?
Have you every tried milking a cow? Did you ever think you would be doing that? At the very sweet Mulberry Lane Petting Farm you can! (It's not as hard as it looks!)
With your admission, you will receive a guided tour around the farm and be introduced to all the animals. During this tour, you can get hands-on experience milking a cow, kissing a little snorting pig, cuddle a kitten, (try!) catch a chicken, ride a sweet natured pony, enjoy a hayride, and even hand feed the goats and sheep! So you really do get among the animals and farm life!
Along with the activities you will learn about all the barnyard animals and how they live, what they like and fun facts. You will get to know them as much as the owners do, and you can learn their names and personalities.
At the end of the tour you will also have a chance to re-visit all your favorites, and take your time enjoying the farm - now you'll be an expert!
As a bonus, everyone who visits during summer and spring gets a free fun gift, and in the fall you can pick your own pumpkins! Maybe you can carve out your favorite animal into it!
You can bring your own lunch and enjoy a picnic to enjoy on the grounds, or pick up some tasty treats from The Granary.
The animals can't wait to meet you!
How much does it cost?
- Free Under: 24 months
When can we go?
Hours vary between 9:30am - 4pm seasonally
May - October
Over 10,000 students visit the farm every year.Kids really love the Spring because of all the baby farm animals! Maybe if you’re lucky you’ll see a kid being born! A baby goat that is….! They offer summer camps, field trips and even day-care..
The Granary has yummy home-made cookies, as well as cheeseburgers, corn-dogs, both hot and cold beverages, delicious candy (for a treat!), chips and more.
Fall brings its own treats like caramel apples and hot apple cider, and you are also more than welcome to bring your own food and enjoy a lovely picnic. .
Any Top Tips?
Come early and stay late. During your guided tour you will visit all the places and animals in the farm, so the earlier you arrive, the more time you have to re-visit your favorite animals. .
Can I get one of those?
What farm visit isn’t complete without a t-shirt saying “I Milked A Cow”!? A farm favourite! You can also find cute plush lamb toys, tractors, and toddler friendly souvenirs as well as delicious farm treats like vegetables, honey, syrup and jellies..