1. Always remember that we are lucky enough to be visiting the animals home where they live every day. We always want to treat the animals with respect. Our residents are very friendly and love to see visitors, but if they decide they do not want to visit, that's ok. We never chase after them to get their attention.
2. Never open any gates or enclosures while inside the farm. You are welcome to greet our residents at the fences.
3. Always take care when interacting with the animals, sometimes fingers can look like snacks to them! It's best to greet them with a flat hand so that they can smell you.
4. Watch your step! Sometimes the ground can be uneven on the farm, so it's best to not run so that you don't fall and get hurt.
We are only open to the public on specified days that we have tours, drop in days, goat yoga, events, etc.
We post about everything going on at the farm on our Facebook and Instagram pages, and tickets for most of our events will be on our Eventbrite page, with the exception of some special events and our drop in days (no advance purchase required). You can also see a schedule of events on our events page!
We are located at 9543 Brook Line, Dresden, ON.
We are no longer at our Comber location.
Yes, you can bring produce. We do, however, ask that it be left at the gate for our volunteers to prepare and distribute.
Because we are a sanctuary and not a petting zoo, we monitor what foods (and how much) each resident of the farm receives.
The animals love carrots, cucumbers, apples, bananas, and we think their number one favourite is watermelon!
There is guest parking along the front of the property. We have parking signs on the fence posts to guide you. You can also see a map of the farm below that illustrates where parking is.
We kindly ask that no visitors pull in the driveway.
We are unable to welcome animal guests to the farm.
We take animals in on a limited case by case basis.
We are unable to take rabbits, roosters or chickens at this time due to capacity limitations.
If you have an animal in need, please reach out and we will do our best to assist you.
Unfortunately we are unable to take in wildlife. If you have a wild animal in need, reach out to your local humane society and they should be able to direct you.