Come and feed the miniature horses, burro, sheep, baby goats,
alpacas, turkeys, pheasants, ducks & chickens!!!
See below for photos from our Petting Farm.
FARM & Petting Farm VISITS
(perfect for families & groups with young children!!)
Farm & Petting Farm visits are $20.00 per child. Ages 2 to 12.
Parents visit free! Group rates available. Limit 30 kids at a time.
Includes: Visiting our Petting Farm with feed to give to the chickens, turkeys,
pig, sheep, goats, alpacas, and miniature horses, plus an arena ride.
Reservations are needed for farm & Petting Farm visits.
Contact us for special group rates for Church Groups, School Field Trips, etc.
Also see our Birthday Party Specials and Spend the Day Package, too!!
Splendor Farms is now offering daily field trips for
other summer camps on Tuesdays & Thursdays.
Contact us for details!
To arrange a field trip to Splendor Farms for your
school, camp, or church group, please contact us!!
Petting Farm visitors must sign our Petting Farm waiver
MEET OUR BABY BUNNIES!!
Baby bunnies born at Splendor Farms, May, 2015
Petting Farm Comment
"Hi Kelly, We had a wonderful time at your beautiful farm Friday morning! Dalton really loved interacting with and feeding all the animals. Maddie was just great with him. We would love to visit again sometime. Thanks again! Take care,"
-- Anna S., June 1, 2015
Barbie & Jason & Girls Visit the Petting Farm
"Subject: Thanks! We had a GREAT time!!
Hi Kelly! I finally uploaded our pictures and loved them so much I thought I'd take you up on the offer to send them to you to use. :)
Feel free to use them on your website as you please. We are telling all our friends what a great time we had and we look forward to seeing you again."
-- Barbie & Jason B., March 3, 2013
Girls admiring the horses
Girls petting a horse (Sunny D)
Blakeley Bobbie holding baby goat
KC takes a ride
Girls feeding baby goats
MEET OUR NEW FARM RESIDENTS:
THREE ADORABLE ALPACAS!!
Ever since I have been going to Whisper Soft Alpaca Farm for summer camp field trips, I have wanted one, but you have to have two. So, yesterday I went Alpaca Shopping, and like when I buy boots, I love them all so I buy them all! I promised myself I'd buy only two and come home, but I had to have a male and a female,
and the female had a baby girl....so, I couldn't just leave her, could I?
So many to choose from
Hershey makes his introduction to Saintsation No. 1 and Buckshot!
Welcome to Splendor Farms Petting Farm, Hershey (darkest),
Nutmeg (lighter brown), and your daughter, Miss Godiva (lightest)!!!
Kelly and her alpacas & lambs!
Something to chew on?
From left to right: Boer goats, miniature horses, and our burro, "Burrito"!
Girl Scout Troop #422 at the Splendor Farms Petting Farm, October 2011
Nigerian Dwarf Goats
Splendor Farms has purchased and are breeding Nigerian Dwarf Goats.
We look forward to making goat cheese in Spring 2010.
Above: "Splendor's Ice Cream Lorene" (a.k.a., "Lorene")
Riley feeds Lorene
Lorene with Uncle Natchez
Lorene with mom
Three week old baby brothers!
Got milk? This guest does for one of our baby goats...
...and so does Dave! (gulp, gulp, gulp)
Bo and Peeps, our beautiful sheep!
Harley feeding Misty the baby lamb
Splendor Farms Petting Farm Is In The Movies!!
Recently, the director of Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Simon West, was in our area shooting a remake of the movie The Mechanic, which previously starred Charles Bronson. In one scene, a bunch of livestock are milling around in an Argentina village, and guess who auditioned and was chosen to be in the scene?
Ten of our chickens, our burro, Toby, and one of our boer goats, MawMaw!!
It was really exciting and we got PAID!!!! See the preparation pictures below
and sneaked photos of the scenes that were shot in the "Argentina village"
(really City Park in New Orleans!!)
No autographs, please!!
Loading up MawMaw & Toby for the shoot
PHOTOS FROM THE MOVIE SET:
Got questions? Please contact