the closest many children have ever gotten to a pig is in the movie
theater watching "Charlotte’s Web." They’ve never heard a
pig squeal or rubbed its bristly back. They’ve never heard a rooster
crow, pulled an ear of corn or tromped through a pumpkin patch.
Wadsworths decided it’s about time children have those farm-life
dream was to create a place where children and adults could step back in
time to the way it used to be when farms dotted the countryside and farm
life was the way of life.
began to dream about a place like that and then we decided to make it
happen," Christy said.
dream took root in February on 100 acres of rolling land west of Union
Springs. A huge oak tree on a knob in the center of the land marked the
spot of the new ‘home place’ for those who would come to the
Wadsworths’ Dream Field Farms.
Wadsworths knew they were taking a chance and the big oak might become a
hanging tree for their dreams. But, deep inside, they knew their dreams
were worth trying.
September 17, 2008, Dream Field Farms had their Grand Opening. The farm
features a Pig Parlor where kids can get up-close and personal to
"Wilbur" and a flock of sheep where kids can learn about wool
and the lamb that followed Mary to school.
farm is a place where goat kids and real kids are on the same playing
field. The fainting goats are quickly distinguished from the Boer goats
with their entertaining antics to surprise and delight visitors to the