Today we headed out to visit Green Meadows Petting Farm in Kissimmee.
Here was the Proverb of the Day.
Green Meadows conducts group tours of the farm and animal pens. It is a unique and fun hands-on experience for everyone.
Here's Marlon milking the cow.
There's something wrong with this picture and it has nothing to do the 1 week old baby chicks.
There's nothing wrong with this picture of Doug and a baby duckling.
Marlon tells the pig to look up and smile.
This baby goat is ready to be fed. This is the first petting place we have been to where the babies can climb completely through the fence and not have to compete with all the adults for food.
In this pen, we played (yes!) Catch a Duck.
I'm not sure this duck looks to pleased with the game.
Time to go on a hayride.
This chicken does not have bird flu or male pattern baldness. This type of chicken does not grow feathers on his neck.
This is a Polish chicken, although a lady from Poland was on our tour and said she had never seen such a chicken in Poland.
Marlon has gotten so much bigger since RVing that he can no longer fit in the outhouse.
Here is cool video of our visit to Green Meadows-No animals were harmed in the making of this film.
For more pictures of Green Meadows, including water buffalo, zorse (zebra-horse), sheep, geese, turkeys and more, go to http://public.fotki.com/Marlonfleenor/1/2007/december/green-meadows-petti/ .
To be continued...