Where to Find the Minnesota Farm Babies in 2020

As soon as I can smell the wet earth and the sun is still shining at 6pm, I’m ready for a spring farm fix. Come on out and meet the fuzzy new arrivals — lambs, chicks, piglets, goats and all the rest — plus farmhands of all ages can partake in waking up the barns for spring. With our state’s farming tradition, we can find Minnesota farm babies throughout the Twin Cities. Here are some of our favorite finds:

GOING VIRTUAL!:  Farm Babies | Minnesota Zoo, Apple Valley
Trivia, photos, videos and more farm baby fun from the Minnesota Zoo.

Raising Farm Babies – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly | Gale Woods Farm
Learn what it takes to birth sheep, pigs, and chickens on the farm in this Three Rivers Parks blog post full of cute (not ugly) pictures of baby farm animals.

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May 17, 2020: Holz Farm Spring Festival | Holz Farm Park, Eagan
This event has farm animals. Some will undoubtedly be babies. 11am-4pm, $2/pp.

Find Some Farm Coloring Pages Here.


Cancelled for 2020: Aug 22nd-Oct 4th, 2020: Minnesota Renaissance Festival | Shakopee

Petting Farm at Ren Fest

Don’t forget to check out your favorite orchard or corn maze farm. Many of these also offer petting areas.

Farm babies at Fall Harvest Orchard, Montrose Minnesota


Closed thru May 4th: Saturday Mornings on the Farm | Gale Woods Farm, Minnetrista   Calling all farmhands! Help out with chores, spend time with the animals and participate in other spring farm activities. Closed-toe shoes required. Strollers not allowed in the barn or around animals. Scheduled through May 30, 2020. Weekly on Saturdays, 9:30am-noon. $5/pp.

Cancelled for 2020: Spring Into Farming | Gale Woods Farm, Minnetrista
Celebrate new life on the farm through crafts, cooking and games. Meet farm animals and participate in educator-led programs. Activities are geared toward preschoolers and kindergartners. 9:30am-2:30pm, $7/pp.

Cancelled for 2020: Barnyard Babies | Rosland Park, Edina | 10-noon | $5/pp (under 12mo free) | Full size petting zoo, pony rides, art tables, kid-friendly music. No registration required.

Chickens at Gale Woods Farms

Cancelled for 2020: Spring Babies | Twin Cities Festival, Brooklyn Park 

Cancelled for 2020: Spring on the Farm | Eidem Homestead, Brooklyn Park
Pet or hold adorable baby animals including bunnies, chicks, lambs, horses, calves. Help with spring planting and other farm chores. May 16, 2020. 10am-1pm. $6/adult; $4/age 4-12; free 3 & under.

Cancelled for 2020: Dodge Nature Center & Farm | West St Paul
Feel free to wander the farm grounds daily during nature center hours. Visitors aren’t allowed in the farm buildings unless registered for a program such as Nature Play Date: Farmyard Friends (4/17/20), but there are plenty of animals to see from the fences. Annual event Rock the Barn gets you up even closer. 5/16/20, 3-7pm. $6pp, 2 & under FREE.


Cancelled for 2020: May 30th-31st, 2020: Baby Animals Weekend | Oliver Kelley Farm, Elk River
Welcome new baby chicks and lambs to the historic farm. 10am-5pm. $8-$12/pp, free age 4 & under and MNHS members.

Baby Animals Weekend | Oliver Kelley


Sibley Farm | Sibley Park

Closed thru May 5th, 2020: Farmamerica – MN Agricultural Interpretive Center | Waseca Take a self-guided stroll through historic buildings and learn about evolving agriculture in Minnesota. Baby farm animals are due in May! Tours run June-September. Suggested donation of $5-$8/pp.

Cancelled for 2020: Govin’s Meats & Berries | Menomonie WI
Cuddle the farm babies, take pony and wagon rides, and, if you’re lucky, witness a live birth! Lambing barn opens 3/21/20, find barn hours here. $9.75+tax/pp, under 2 admitted free.

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