Don't miss our 50,000 square foot petting zoo. The animals are super friendly and love to have visitors.

Open 10AM - 4PM

ADMISSION $4.00 PER PERSON

 
 

Fun Deer Facts

  • Deer can jump 10 feet high

  • Deer can run as fast as 40 mph

  • Most wild deer only live to be 2 or 3 years old. Our deer might live to be 20!

  • Deer can consume up to 7 pounds of food a day


Fun Goat Facts

  • Pygmy goats originated in West Africa

  • A group of goats is called a tribe

  • Goats have accents, just like people

  • According to legend, coffee was discovered when a goat herder named Kaldi noticed his goats dancing after eating berries from a coffee tree.


Fun pig facts

  • There were dinosaur pigs called Enteledonts

  • Kune Kunes are the smallest pig breed (teacup pigs don’t really exist)

  • Pigs don’t sweat, they use mud to keep themselves cool in the summer

  • Pig squeals are 10 decibels louder than a jet engine


Fun Zebu Facts

  • Zebus originate from South Asia

  • Both male & female Zebus have horns

  • Zebus only reach 32-36 inches tall

  • If faced with danger Zebus can reach a speed of 25 miles per hour


Fun Sheep Facts

  • Sheep were first brought to America by Christopher Columbus in 1493

  • Sheep grow about 8 pounds of wool a year

  • One pound of wool can make 10 miles of yarn

  • Raising sheep is the oldest organized industry


Fun Rabbit Facts

  • Rabbits are classified as Lagomorphs (not rodents) and have more in common with horses than any other animal

  • Like cats, rabbits can be trained to use a litter box

  • Happy rabbits will “purr,” making a chattering noise with their teeth

  • A rabbit’s life span is about 8 years


Fun Chicken facts

  • Chickens are believed to be the closest living relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex

  • There are more chickens in the world than people

  • According to scientists, people started keeping chickens 8000 years ago

  • Mother hens and their chicks can talk to each other before they hatch