Animals at the Eveland Family Farm

Llamas, alpacas, and goats…oh my!

Our animals are friendly and enjoy visitors. These animals are part of our family, and so we do ask that you and your children be respectful while visiting our farm. Please don’t chase the animals while visiting or you may upset them and make them less likely to be friendly with visitors in the future. Also, all of our animals are on a diet – especially during pumpkin season! – so please keep the treats at home.

Click on the pictures below to learn more about some of our farm animals!

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Miniature Donkeys

Miniature Donkeys are native to two Mediterranean islands - Sicily and Sardinia.
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Miniature Horses

This smaller version of a horse as been bred to be much shorter that common horses.
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Llamas and Alpacas

Our llamas and alpacas are waiting in the barn to greet you!
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Fainting and Pigmy Goats

Goats, along with sheep, were among the first domesticated animals.
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Pot-Bellied Pigs

You're bound to run into Lacy the pot bellied pig when visiting our farm.
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Feathered Friends

Visit the pond and bird house to see our ducks, geese, peacocks, chickens, and more!
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Cows and Horses

Like many farms, the Eveland Family Farm has cows and horses too!
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Scottish Highland Cows

Scottish Highlands, originally from the wind-swept, rain-soaked Highlands of Scotland, are the oldest known breed of cattle.

Take a trip to a working farm!

The Eveland Family Farm is an 80-acre site in the northern Twin Cities suburbs. Located just 30 minutes from Minneapolis, we are open by appointment throughout the year, and have seasonal hours for pumpkin picking, fall decorations, farm tours and hay rides.
Eveland Family Farm's Fainting Goat