Daniel's Welcome Home Party

May 20, 2018

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You remember the story of our beautiful Daniel, who we were able to rescue though the incredible support of our followers? Well, that guy, he's coming home to M & M! We would love for you to join us while we await his transport trailer, and welcome him to his new forever home. 

Please design a welcome home sign to hang along our pasture fencing facing the road and our driveway, and be there as Daniel takes his first steps at M & M Acres. 

Visit with our animals while you wait for Daniel to arrive, and take a ride on one of our lesson horses! Horse rides will be available for $5 per person, per ride. 

T-shirts commemorating Daniel's arrival will be available for purchase during the event. 


Open Barn 

Beginning May 5, 2018

This regularly-held event will feature self-guided tours of our property and an opportunity to to meet our animals! 

Registration is not required for open barn.

Horse rides will be offered from time to time, on a limited basis. Tickets for pony rides may be purchased ahead of time through our ticketing agent, or on site. 

2018 Open Barn Dates

June 9, 23

July 21

August 4, 18

Story Time on the Farm

Storytime is held every Monday from 10-11a beginning the week of May 1st (not Memorial Day though!).  Join us to read a story and tour the farm. This event takes place outside on the grass, so we recommend bringing a blanket to sit on.

This event is free, though a donation is appreciated to help us cover costs and in support of our animals!

NOTE: NO story time on Memorial Day!

Please be sure to remember our veterans who lost their lives in service to our country. 


FARM CAMPS (Coming again This summer!)

Take part in our farm camps to learn about the many aspects of working a farm!   Campers will learn about horses including grooming, bathing, anatomy, breeds, colors and confirmation.  We will also teach hands-on care and upkeep including stall cleaning, tack maintenance and stable upkeep.  Campers will touch on nutrition, including the many types of hay, grains and supplements. 

Our camp differs from other local camps as we don’t limit our learning experiences to horses – our campers also learn about the care of various other animals including pigs, camelids, sheep, goats, mules and donkeys.

Each day there will be a riding lesson and games.  We will also make a craft to take home!

Long pants and closed-toe shoes are required for all camps.  Tank tops are not allowed. Sunscreen and bug spray are recommended.  Please pack a sack lunch each day, with the exception of pizza day.  Bring plenty of water!


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Photo courtesy of Leah Lewis Creative. View more of Leah's beautiful work