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Baby Cuddles FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the cuddle session?

Each session costs $10 for a group of up to five people. During your visit, you will get 20 minutes with our baby goat kids and lambs. You can pet them, pick them up and cuddle them. Just remember they are babies, so please be gentle.

You will be in a pen with just your group and the baby animals - their mommas will be enjoying a bit of rest in another barn. There will be hay bales to sit on. Take as many photos and videos as you would like (we would love to be tagged on Instagram, Facebook and Tiktok (@PAQDMeats). We would be happy to take a group photo for you - just ask. We will also have a Christmas photo setting if you would like a family photo at the farm. We will take your photo - and this might be one of the few times in life you will ever get a family photo for free!

Remember, this is a working farm, so there will be dirt, mud, manure, free-roaming chickens and unpleasant smells. We will have shoe covers to protect your shoes and hand sanitizer to clean your hands after your session, but be sure to wear clothes and shoes you don't mind possibly getting dirty.

What if my group is larger than five people?

We are limiting each session to 10 people for two reasons: (1) the pen is not huge, and (2) we don't want to overwhelm or stress the animals.

We ask that you pay $10 for each group of five people. If your group has more than 10 people, we ask that you schedule two time blocks so that we can ensure everyone has time with the babies, as we will only allow 10 people with the babies at a time.


 

Are there restrooms?

Unfortunately, we are not able to provide public restrooms. We are about 10 minutes away from the nearest gas station, so be sure and have your group go to the restroom before heading to your cuddles session.

 

What should I wear?

The cuddle sessions will take place in a barn. That said, there will be times you will be standing outside, so dress accordingly. Even in the barn, it will be cold, so bring coats, hats and gloves. Also, here is another reminder that this is a working farm. It will be dirty, possibly muddy, and there will be manure. Wear clothes and shoes that you do not mind possibly getting dirty. We will have shoe covers for you to wear in the barn, but you might get dirty just walking from your car to the barn. Also, keep an eye on your kids. We have tried to remove any dangers, but, again, this is a functioning production farm so there are dangerous pieces of equipment scattered around the farm. We would love for you to sit on the tractor, please just ask first.

 

Can I bring my pet?

Please do not bring any animals! This could be a safety and health issue for your animal and ours.

 

Can I stay after my session to see the other animals?

Each session is 20 minutes long, and we will begin the next session right on time. Please be respectful of other visitors and only spend your scheduled 20 minutes with the animals. There is also limited parking, so

please try to leave shortly after your visit.

We would be happy to talk about scheduling a private tour if you would like to see our other animals, including our emus, Bob, Betty and Dorothy, who are always fan favorites.

Do I have to have a reservation?

Yes. Reservations are required to visit the farm. There is not always someone available to greet visitors. You must schedule a visit to meet our animals.

 

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