Farm Hours

Monday to Sunday

10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Always weather permitting. 
Please visit our Facebook page for the latest information.

Additional hours available for special events and large groups. Please contact  info@pettingfarm.com for information.

Admission

$6.00 General Admission
$5.50 Senior Citizens
*Children 23 months old and younger are free
Special pricing available for field trips and groups of 15+ guests

Family Membership

Annual Family Memberships include one year of admission for one family (children, parents, grandparents and one named caregiver) and numerous discounts on purchases at the Petting Farm.

Up Coming Events


We're Hiring!
The Petting Farm is hiring a part time seasonal employee. If you or someone you know enjoys:
  • Being outside
  • Working with children
  • Working with animals
  • Planning events
Please email completed applications & questionnaires to Candace at candace@pettingfarm.com or fax to 734.930.4769

Giveaway

We are giving away a Melissa & Doug On the Go on the Farm Water Wow. Entry forms are available in our Welcome Center during the month of August. We will announce the winner in our September Newsletter.

The winner of our July giveaway for a WishPets Floppy Donkey stuffed animal is...
Annabelle Y.


Animal of the Month: Alpaca
  • A female alpaca is called a hembra.
  • A male alpaca is called a macho.
  • A baby alpaca is called a cria.
  • Gestation length for an alpaca is 335 days (11 months).
  • The lifespan of an Alpaca is 20 years.
  • There are 2 breeds of Alpaca, Suri and Huacaya.
  • Alpaca stand approximately 3 feet tall at the shoulder and weigh 100 to 150 pounds.
  • The primary function of alpaca is fiber production. Alpaca fiber is very valuable. The fiber is lanolin-free and very soft.
  • There are 22 internationally recognized colors of alpaca fiber. 
  • Alpacas should be shorn once a year. 
To learn more about Alpaca join us for one of our presentations.