Courtesy of Billings Farm & Museum
As the spring season arrives, so do farm babies. Billings Farm & Museum’s Baby Animal Day introduces the public to the newborn animals including lambs and calves.
Saturday, March 26 at 10 a.m. — WOODSTOCK — Billings Farm & Museum, gateway to Vermont’s rural heritage, will feature Baby Animal Day on Saturday, March 26, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
This is a great event for the whole family, designed to introduce newborn lambs and calves, as well as fully-grown draft horses, Southdown sheep, and Jersey cows. Billings Farm staff will be on hand to discuss the care, diet, and growth of the young livestock, as well as a range of other topics including sustainability, crop diversity, and responsible agriculture. Also offered will be horse-drawn wagon rides around the farm fields and family activities, including craft projects and selecting heirloom seeds to plant at home.
As an operating Jersey dairy farm with historical exhibits and interactive programs, Billings Farm & Museum offers visitors a unique experience in the heart of rural Vermont. Open to the public since 1983, we are dedicated to promoting Vermont’s rural heritage and values through an award-winning combination of hands-on activities and educational programming. Admission includes all programs and activities plus the farm life exhibits, restored and furnished 1890 Farm House, working dairy farm, and horse-drawn wagon rides.
For additional information, contact Tom Remp at 617-894-9219 or [email protected].