Thursday, August 28, 2014


"A staycation is a period in which an individual or family stays home and participates in leisure activities within driving distance from home."

Plan to visit Mulberry Lane Farm during your staycation! 

Open Labor Day Weekend. Fri.-Mon.
Tours begin at 10AM. 
Last admission into the farm and last tour departure at 3PM.

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Friday, August 15, 2014

Pumpkin Patch Opens 9/19/2014

Countdown to opening of the Pumpkin Patch. With over 12 varieties to pick from we have something for everyone!

Big ones, little ones, orange ones, white ones, greenish ones, warty ones too.

Thursday, July 24, 2014

DETOUR Warning!!!

Allow extra time if traveling to the farm south on Hwy 57. 
Or west on Hwy 10.

A round-about is being installed at the intersection of Hwy 57 & Hwy 10 and there is NO going through that intersection.
Either follow detour signs to the farm or change your route and visit us via Hwy 41 out of Green Bay.

Those coming west on Hwy 10 from Brillion take HR in front of Brillion high school to avoid the round about detour. Take HR to Hwy 57 to get back on track to the farm.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Country Breeze Summer Farm Tours

Located on the Niagara Escarpment you'll enjoy cool summer breezes at the farm. Whether you purchase your lunch in the Granary or bring a picnic you can enjoy after your tour in our outdoor picnic area or in our massive Hay Mow.

  • Ride a Pony
  • Milk a Cow
  • Catch a Chicken
  • Kiss a Pig
  • Cuddle a Kitten
  • Enjoy a Hayride
  • and More! 

Visit our website for operating dates & times.

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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

CLOSED 6.18.2014

Due to rain we are closed today, 

Wednesday, June 18, 2014.

Hope to see you tomorrow!!

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Free Dads on Father’s Day

Don’t give Dad another tie! Bring him to Mulberry Lane Farm because Dads are FREE on Father's Day.

Is Dad brave enough to milk a cow? Can he catch a chicken? Dare him to kiss a pig! It’ll be the most memorable Father’s Day ever. 

Dad will enjoy reminiscing about his boyhood days of being on the farm. Bring a picnic lunch to enjoy in the beautiful picnic area overlooking the farm fields or up in the massive 4000 sq ft Hay Mow.

One Dad (or Grandpa) FREE per paid general admission.  No other offers apply.

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Baby Farm Animals

As the saying goes, "April showers brings May flowers." But at Mulberry Lane Farm it brought May babies! Literally!

May 1st a foal was born...much to our surprise. We knew our stud got into the "girls" pasture last year but we thought we had caught him in time. Apparently not. Pictures to come.

But in the meantime, here are some of the other babies you'll be visiting at the farm.

Be sure to visit our website for seasonal operating dates & times.
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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Spring Showers Brings Wet Grounds!

Please call or visit our fb page (click for weather update) for up to the minute updates on whether we are open or not.

We have had a lot of rains lately and the grounds are soaked. IF we are able to open be sure to wear your galoshes.

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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

OPeN MAY 1st!

Spring is always a precious time around the farm with the birth of all the baby farm animals.

Our spring season begins May 1st.
Be sure to visit our website's Rates & Times page for our May operating schedule.

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Sunday, February 23, 2014

Did You Know?

If you haven't "liked" us on fb, do so today. You don't want to miss out on up to the minute farm happenings, interesting farm facts, contest for free farm visits and more.

Here is a sampling of some recent post that I think you'll find interesting.

Turkeys have great hearing with no external ears but rather holes on the side of their head.

Rabbits are born hairless and blind. Their eyes do not open until they are 10-14 days old.
Since ducklings are not born with a functional oil gland the mother duck will spread her own oil on her ducklings so that they can safely swim right away without getting waterlogged.
The average cow produces 6-7 gallons of milk per day! A cow that is milking eats about 100 pounds each day of feed. -Midwest Dairy Association
Pigs are some of the cleanest animals refusing to excrete anywhere near their living or eating areas when given a choice.

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