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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What happens on a farm tour?
    During our approximately 60- 90 minute farm tour, you'll enjoy petting and feeding our friendly ponies, goats, bunnies, chickens, ducks, and KuneKune pigs. Experience the joy of collecting fresh eggs from our hen house. You can learn how to grow a pony by special request. Children will have a blast playing on our exciting play structure and large trampoline. This tour is designed for all ages to have a memorable and educational farm experience.
  • Can we bring our puppy/ dog to the farm?
    As much as your dog would love to run around the farm, unfortunately they can't come. Our animals will focus more on being afraid of your dog than they will on getting to know you, and that won't be fun for anyone.
  • How much do farm tours cost?
    We do not charge for family and friends tours (up to 10 people) because our goal is for everyone to experience and enjoy the farm, regardless of their ability to pay. We do accept donations because they enable us to provide the best care possible for our animals. Your support helps us continue our mission of creating memorable experiences for all our visitors. We do charge for events and field trips. Please message us for rates.
  • What should we wear for our visit to the farm?
    When visiting Kwanderosa Farm, we recommend wearing clothes that can get dirty, sturdy closed-toed shoes, a hat, and sunscreen. Our weather can be hotter, colder, and windier than surrounding areas, so dressing in layers is a good idea. Don't forget to bring water to stay hydrated during your visit!
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