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Jersey Barnyard, La Grange
(4.4/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • This is a great experience for people that arent used to farm life or living in the country. You can do a guided tour for $10pp that includes a hayride and milking a cow (if you want to) or you can pa...  more »
  • What does Blue Bell Ice Cream and Jersey Barnyard have in common? Belle the cow from the Blue Bell commercials. Not sure if she is still there, but there are plenty of other cows and calves; you can e...  more »
  • Facility needs to be cleaned up. Lots of junk sitting around, such as a broken down lawn mower. Owners need to clean up the place! 
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  • Wonderful experience. The host, Miss Faith is very informative, helpful and a beautiful lady. She spared extra time to deliver answers of our questions. They are super busy people as a farmer family though, they have made an amazing tour for people who are interested to learn farming things. Good place for kids to explore and interact with Goats, Piglets, Ducks, Chickens, Turkeys and more. You can actually give a try yourself to milking a cow. Loved their fresh cherry Ice creme and eggs. Thank you Faith. :) Support locals :)
  • Omg! This was an amazing experience. My 8 year old called it the funnest day of his life! (And we've gone on lost of adventures, including expensive theme parks!) My 2 year old also really enjoyed herself. As an adult, I also really had a lot fun. Getting to be close up to the animals was so great. We bottle fed two calfs, one even nuzzled my neck and licked me! Ha. We also brought our 6 month old, who before falling asleep, touched on some goats. I was apprehensive about it but they were very gentle with him. Overall very impressed with this facility. Animals were very well taken care of, tour guides were knowledgeable and friendly. I can't wait to go back!
  • Absolutely wonderful. We drove out here Sunday (Mother's Day) a two hour drive, to find that they were closed for the holiday :( Since the kids were worn out from the ride we decided to let them roam around for a few minutes before heading back on the two hour drive home. The Daughter of the owner arrived a few minutes later and let us know that they were closed, but came back a couple minutes later and let me buy milk and let us do a self guided tour. This was so kind of her. The milk is fantastic. It is exactly the quality and taste that is expected of raw jersey cow milk. The animals were all well tended and happy. There are chickens and quail running free all around the farm. The goats and cows are so happy and outgoing. The petting zoo area is very cute with chickens, baby cows, cute pigs and bunnies. (There are two Dairies here in Houston that really do not live up to my expectations, which is why I am willing to drive out so far.) So I highly recommend the drive out there to visit this wonderful farm!
  • I wouldn't give this place a one star but have no choice. The employees were incredibly rude to Kindergarten children on their first field trip in fact made several of them cry! If you don't know how to handle yourself around children maybe you ought to think really hard about hosting field trips at your facilities! Speaking of facilities I saw a photo of a milk cow (taken today) that was literally bones! I don't know about you but I sure as heck don't want to drink milk from a malnourished cow! Disgusting!
  • We make trips annually for the best cheddar cheese ever! It's been more than 7 years that we began this tradition. We also buy about 2 gallons of milk each visit. Nice place just to get away for a while, road trip or highway miles. We just love it. You can also get a bite or two of Blue Bell ice cream.