Some family fun facts: The smallest cow in the roping herd was made with a saw horse that Grandpa Tim made in high school. The milk bucket used in the hand milking station, was the same one that Grandpa Tim’s family used to milk their family cow. There really is a reason we keep all that stuff!
Being dairy farmers by trade, we have opened up part of our farm, hoping to share with the children (and children at heart) a little bit of farm life. Those cows are gone from the property, but our love for farming and sharing our story with all who come hasn’t changed. We want you to have a connection to farm life – come play in the corn and climb on bales of hay, say ‘hi’ to those farm animals here and climb on an ‘ole’ John Deere that Farmer Tim has set out for that imaginary ride. Build some memories of life on the farm. #wegrowfun
The Thomasson Family is holding at 16 grandkids (though grandma and grandpa are always hoping for more!). We thoroughly enjoy the time we spend together working on the pumpkin patch as a family. Each child helps in their own way, whether it’s helping pulling weeds, painting signs or keeping the small ones entertained (if driving Grandpa’s “Gator” can be considered a job, they’re all for it!). Come on out and spend some time with us, we are excited to share our farm with you. Make it a tradition, we hope each child will feel that they spent time on a farm growing up – the Thomasson Family Farm!