THE FARM, has been around since 1961 and has been open to the public since 1968.
It is truly a one-of-a-kind landmark here in the Las Vegas Valley, and an ideal place for the entire family to enjoy.
The Animals –
THE FARM offers visitors an opportunity to get up close and personal with many different animals, including chickens, peacocks, ducks, a goose, turkeys, goats, pigs, horses, cows, a mule, a llama, rabbits, cats, tortoises and more.
Our Days / Hours of Operation –
Open throughout the year on Saturdays and Sundays, as well as most of the month of October for our Fall Harvest Festival, THE FARM’s hours are 9:00 am till about 4:00 PM on most open days.
Shopping the market is always free. If you wish to visit with the animals of BARN BUDDIES RESCUE, we do charge a small admission fee of $8 dollars for age 13+ and $4 dollar for kids old enough to walk through 12.
All proceeds go toward the housing, feeding and care of the many animals on the property, many of which are rescues.
Feed The Animals –
We do allow our visitors to feed some of our animals. For a small fee, we provide bags of hay for $1 each to folks who would like to feed the cows, horses, goats and other animals.
We’ll tell you exactly which animals to feed and which not to, as well as how to do it properly.
Our Rescue Mission –
THE FARM is partnered on our property with BARN BUDDIES RESCUE, a non-profit organization established in 2012.
BARN BUDDIES RESCUE is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the rescue of abused, neglected or abandoned farm animals. We provide housing, rehabilitation and holistic care for abused farm animals. We also offer educational services that promote safe habitats and care of farm animals.
What We Produce –
THE FARM produces eggs and honey, which are available for purchase.
Our eggs are from happy, healthy, free-range chickens, quail, duck, turkey and peacock.
Our honey is of the highest quality. It’s not filtered, pasteurized or messed with in any way. It is pure, raw, health-giving nectar, created by bees on the property. Our raw honey is available in either half-pint or pint jars.
Our Farmer’s Market –
On Saturdays and Sundays we offer a selection of seasonal veggies and fruits.
We don’t grow all of these ourselves, some we procure from a trusted local vendor who we’ve been doing business with for years.
We also offer a selection of exquisite locally-made jams, jellies and chutneys, breads and other goodies.
THE FARM as a Party Venue –
You might also want to consider THE FARM as a venue for your next party, as well. We offer a nice patio area with cover, great lighting and all the ambiance you can stand.
We can even provide pony or wagon rides, a concession stand and special access to the animals, if you’d like.
In October, we order several tons of pumpkins and squashes of many wondrous varieties in preparation for our Fall Harvest Festival. They are sold to the public for carving, pies or other cooked delicacies.
Our variety of squashes is unmatched in the entire valley. Fortunately, squashes last a long time in cooler temperatures, so we often still have some left when the new year rolls around.
During the festival, we offer a concession stand that serves food, snacks, drinks and more.
And we also offer several seasonal attractions for the young ones in the form of rides and a Amazing Maize Maze.
Our rides include pony rides and a cow train that are available almost continuously during the festival for a nominal price.
Come Visit Us –
Time and time again we meet people who have lived in the valley for many years who had never previously heard of THE FARM.
And with few exceptions, they all seem to be in a state of awe and wonder when they see and experience this place.
We have guest sign-in books with hundreds of pages of raving testimonials about how unique and enjoyable THE FARM is.
Both city and country folk alike feel that entering THE FARM’s gates is like entering another world of sorts. One that inspires a person to breathe the air and appreciate the wonderful communion of animals and nature we have here.
Why not stop by this weekend? And please tell us how you heard about us when you visit, will you?