We took the farm tour on Easter weekend, so we got to do the Easter egg hunt in addition to the tour (the eggs, by the way, were large, decorated goose eggs; very original). The tour was great. The guide (who is the actual dairy farmer, and so can answer any question about anything bovine), made it interesting for the adults and interesting for the kids; a tough balancing act, but she did it effortlessly. The whole thing is really low key, making it easy for us trying to corral our two very young kids during the tour.
My one warning would be that if you really have zero interest in learning about the process of running a dairy farm and just want to see the animals, then you will be bored. You do get to see and touch and feed the animals, but the tour is meant to be educational as well.
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