We started with a hayride that took us through the different fields. The guide explained some of the breeds, why they were chosen and why they kept them grouped the way they did. All through this Brant added to our commentary telling us about "Mr. Webb's cows in Delaware."
Little Brant took these next two photos himself.
|The adorable baby calf|
|The turkeys. Only time I like them is on the Thanksgiving table|
|Of course, a photo request of the John Deere equipment|
|And the silliness comes out when we are waiting...he kinda looks like the cows with their tongues out!|
On the ride we saw
|The field of Mommy-to-be cows|
|Enjoying the hayride|
|Like feed the adorable baby cow his breakfast!|
|Try his hand at "milking"|
|And see the milking room. The lady in the center was our guide. I wish the rest of the group had been as good as little B at listening!!|
|Of course, the final activity, ice cream samples! We had birthday cake ice cream. Brant 's comment, "My spoon tastes like wood!" Laughing we realized he'd never had one of those little paddle spoons.|
So we couldn't leave without something to bring home for Grandma, who was flying home while we were there. We brought home a gallon of homemade blueberry ice cream! Yummy!