Mulberry Lane Farm


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Address Mulberry Lane Farm
Mulberry Lane Farm
W3190 County Road B , 3 Miles East Of Sherwood On B
Hilbert, WI
54129, United States
Coordinates
N 44° 10.1506
W 88° 11.9177
Contact
920-989-3130
[email protected]
During your self-guided tour you can milk a cow, children ride a pony, enjoy a hayride, catch a chicken, pet a pig, hand feed goats and sheep, cuddle a kitten and more!

In fall, your visit also includes a trip to the Pumpkin Patch to pick their your own FREE pumpkin.

Visit the Granary where we sell natural locally canned vegetables and Amish made jellies and jams. Also enjoy homemade caramel apples available to purchase in fall.

Seasonal operating dates and times so please call or visit website in advance of your visit.

Product Description Price Harvest Availability Stay in touch
Jams & Jellies Locally made jams and jellies by Ro... $6.00 / jar May. 2 ~ Oct. 31 Available now !!
Pumpkins Pick your own pumpkin from over 7 a... Free Sep. 16 ~ Oct. 31 Season starts in 3 months



Closed Mon/Tues May 2 - June 1. Closed Mon June - Aug 31. Open Weekends only in Sept. Open 7 days a week Sept 16 to Oct 31. Visit website or call to confirm seasonal operating dates and times. Farm closed 2 hours after last admission into the farm.
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday

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The Pumpkin Patch at Mulberry Lane Farm
Everyone Picks their Own FREE Pumpkin!
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