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The Petting Farm at Domino's Farms is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Our Mission is to serve our community by offering a fun and educational place to visit. We offer visitors the opportunity to interact with out animals, some animals can even...more
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the petting farm. There is a wide array of animals to intrigue youngsters of all ages. The facility is attractive and well maintained, though a bit hard to find the turnoff from Earhart Road. Animals include cows, horses, pigs,...More
If you ran out of stuff to do then I'd say it's OK to come here. The grounds are well maintained and there are a bunch of animals (llamas, cows, chicken, and so on). There is an old train engine/car parked by the entrance where...More
A reasonable variety of farm animals, quite fond of the carrots sold for children to feed them. There's a 15-minute story reading for children, which gives the opportunity to sit for a bit out of the summer sun. About a two-hour visit would be reasonable,...More
Our daughter has learned so much about animals through the interaction of visiting with the animals here. So much so, that we bought a family membership and are glad we did.
For members, there are special events not open to the general public. Our daughter,...More
I take my grandchildren, ages 6 and 3, to this petting farm often when I come to Ann Arbor. They love it. We buy carrots and bird food to feed to the animals, and always take a tractor hay ride too. We usually pack a...More
My boys, 6 and 2, absolutely adore coming here. It's a bit pricy for just a day trip, but if you're local the membership is well worth it for a quick visit. The members only Easter egg hunt is really well done, too. They're open...More