Hinchley's Dairy Farm Tours
- Presented By: Hinchley's Dairy Farm Tours
- Dates: April 6, 2022 - October 26, 2022
- Recurrence: Recurring weekly on Wednesday
- Location: Hinchley's Dairy Farm Tours
- Phone: (608) 764-5090
- Time: Tours by appt: 11am -1pm and 1pm -3pm
- Price: Family rates: Under 2 years: Free Children: $15 Seniors: $20 Adults:$25 Group and school rates available. Reservations required Cash or personal checks accepted
Take a wagon ride, learn about the crops that feed the cattle, see baby calves & pet baby chicks. Fun for the whole family!
Hinchley’s Dairy Farm is clean, safe, & the tour is hands on and family friendly. Come and see what farming is all about! Every day at Hinchley’s is new and exciting, often there are a variety of babies from chicks to newborn calves for you to observe and enjoy.
Due to COVID-19, we will be limiting our group size to comply with social distancing regulations and health precautions. Limited availability is expected, so please call/text us at (608)-764-5090 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tours will be held on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays with a required reservation. We will be respectful of social distancing throughout the tour for your safety and ask that guests bring masks to wear; there will be sanitizer throughout the property to use. Please call for availability or if you have further questions.
We are not able to accept credit/debit cards at this time, so please remember to bring cash or a personal check. Call if you need help figuring out your estimated group cost.
Spring Schedule: Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 11 am – 1 pm and 1 pm – 3 pm
Spring is a great time to visit the farm! With spring crops planted, you will get to experience a wagon-ride to see what is growing in the fields. Opportunities to learn about the crops that we feed our cattle and what diet it takes to keep our herd happy and healthy. Along with the wagon-ride, there will be baby calves to pet and chicks to hold.
Usually we are bustling with a variety of baby animals to feed, hold, and pet; however, due to Covid-19 we are unable to guarantee that we will have piglets, lambs, or goat kids. Plastic boot covers will be handed out to protect your footwear while visiting cows in the barn, but plan to dress for outdoor weather.