Field Trips to Brood Farm
Brood Farm offers affordable, educational, and fun field trips to groups of all sizes. We tailor the experience for the size and age of the group to create a farm experience that is engaging and interactive. The specific activities vary by season but often include playing with baby goats, goat milking, egg gathering, hen feeding, hay riding, and garden harvesting.
Structured tour time typically lasts about 2 hours as students rotate in groups through the various parts of the farm. If the timing works out, groups are welcome to stay on-farm to enjoy picnic lunch on the grounds.
While no purchase is necessary, the barn store is open during field trips and offers various Brood Farm products such as Brood Farm t-shirts, goat milk soaps, lotions, lip balm, and more.
The fee for field trips is $5 per person (ages 2 and under are free). Teachers/organizers need not pay, but we do ask that they collect payment from parents and students prior to arrival so that we can jump right into the fun once the group arrives.
The farm is school bus accessible and offers plenty of space for parent parking. Not all areas of the farm are handicap accessible, however. When booking tour, please be sure to mention any specific disabilities within your group so that we can be sure to design a tour that is fun for everyone.
For more information or to book a field trip, please contact Ashley@broodfarm.com
Our farm is located at 1054 Cypress Lane in Cave City, Arkansas. We're not difficult to find, but don't expect your GPS to lead you here! Group leaders/teachers, PLEASE be sure that you've shared these directions with your parents/bus driver ahead of time so that they do not plan to rely on GPS to get them here!
Headed north through Cave City, turn right onto Johnson Street, just before the Subway restaurant. Follow it to its end and turn right onto Cypress Lane. A little ways down, turn left onto our gravel drive at the "Brood Farm" sign. In just over a 1/2 mile, you will come upon our white farmhouse. Circle on around it to get to the barn.