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Stapps Circle S Ranch, Greensburg

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Stapp's Circle S Ranch is a non-profit, educational petting zoo located in Greensburg, Indiana, United States.The mission of the ranch is to educate people, especially children, about animals from around the globe. The ranch was started by Jim and Theresa Stapp about 2001, first as a family hobby, then developing into a local attraction.Every year the facility has grown in number and breeds of animals, and the number of visitors. The ranch acquired two tiger cubs, a Siberian and an Indo-Chinese tiger cub, in late June, 2010. The ranch had also at one time collaborated with Jeff Watson and the Greensburg Grizzly Adventure, and hosted the famous grizzly, Brody the Bear.
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  • They closed about a year ago, from what what was reported, it was a terrible place for the animals. Hopefully the animals are better in their new home.  more »
  • Our visit was to remove some of the remaining animals, at their request. We were happy to give Africa, a 3-year-old lioness, a new home after learning she was injured while still a young cub, allegedl...  more »
  • The ranch is an interesting place to visit, but we left with some concerns about how the animals are caged and don't have the appropriate habitats. The owner seemed knowledgeable, but we felt there sh...  more »