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 Where youth meets tradition

Where children find knowledge,

teachers and parents rediscover childhood

A time once remembered...

an experience you'll never forget



Happy Spring!
We are closed for the off season


But, our famous farm-fresh eggs are
available all year round!


A Homestead Animal Farm First!

Coming in June
2016 Summer Camp!

Earlybird Pricing Through April 30



We are currently booking:


Spring 2016 Field Trips


Summer 2016 Field Trips


Fall 2016 Field Trips


Contact us soon for best available dates and times.



We are the Harmanns, Mark, Barbara, and Brittain. Our farm is located in Southeastern Wisconsin, two miles north of North Lake on Highway 83. It has been in our family for over 130 years. Today our farm has miniature donkeys, alpacas, pygmy goats, dairy goats, sheep, turkeys, peacocks, pheasants, potbellied pigs, rabbits, ducks, geese, chickens, cats, and a dog. In 1998 we constructed our first grass-roofed barn for the donkeys and goats and in 2000 we built our grass-roofed chicken coop. The goats and chickens can be seen on the grass roofs all year long. We built our first corn maze in 2002.

In early spring we prepare the fields for planting. This includes planting corn for the corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, and squash along with other crops. We are open weekends in October. In late September we offer pumpkins, gourds, squash, indian corn and other Fall items for sale. We sell the famous Homestead Farm Fresh Eggs all year long! Other fun activities include hayrides, visits to the barnyard and chicken coop, and much more! You can keep up to date with changing events here by following The Back Forty, our journal.

At Homestead Animal Farm you can visit the animals in the pasture and barns. Pet the miniature donkeys. Bring along the whole family for fun in the country! Join the thousands of people who visit our farm each year. School and group tours are also available by appointment. (Please see the tour information sidebar at the right of this page.) For more pictures please see our gallery.


Thank you for visiting us on the web!


We hope to see you on the farm soon!