1. John M

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    All I can say. Save your money! You pay to get in then again to feed the animals. $5.00 and $2.50 for little milk bottles. The stench of urine hits you as soon as you enter the goat area…It was filthy. Covered in poop with no one cleaning it up. I did not let my daughter in there. The “cute” turtle ride that was covered in the admission cost was without a person running the ride and was absolutely filthy. Save your money, the place is a dump. No wonder their is a stockade fence surrounding it so no one can look it. This is your first hint to turn around and go to a museum!

  2. Shukhrat Zaripov

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    Avoid this place … I dont understand why price is so high, all animals in poor condition, all in the poopies and large puddles smelly manure.

  3. Daniel Ruiz

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    My kids love this place! Lots of animals to feed and pet. The staff is friendly.It make for a great family day trip.

  4. JenJen Riley

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    Bring your kids here and spend the day! The Animal Farm Petting Zoo is a non-profit organization run by the same family for over 30 years. The animals are from their Zoo Rescue Program that takes in abused, abandoned and unwanted animals and gives them shelter and care. The admission $ goes directly to support the animals. The exhibits were built by hand to provide each animal with a safe environment. So, if you love animals, come and see them and show your support for this worthy cause.There is a cute baby emu that was hatched from an egg by a pair of emus. And a male and female zebu and their sweet baby zebu born on the premises. [See the photos]. There are also bunnies, goats, deer, llamas, large tortoises, peacocks, a bobcat, a monkey, a huge camel and more.It is easy to find, just off the LIE Exit 69 south. Don’t forget to stop at one of the local farm stands before returning home.I also highly recommend this for Summer Camp groups.

  5. Linda Garcia

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