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RE: Family Fun Days at the Farm! Coming THIS October.
We would like to this opportunity to introduce ourselves to you!
We are a family run, working dairy farm with over 120 cows and calves and 250 acres of farm crops. We have many different farm animals for people to see. Our farm tours are fun, educational and exciting for both children and adults. Below is what we are pleased to offer:
Lovetwo Farm is a fourth generation family farm located in the center of the state between State College, Harrisburg and Chambersburg and is approximately one hour from each. It is located in the small country village of East Waterford. In 2014 it became the first farm in the area to start robotic milking. The state-of-the-art robotic facility has the latest technology in the world of milking. It allows cows to be milked anytime and tracks all types of important information about each cow.
Lovetwo Farm is hosting Family Fun Days at the Farm every Saturday this October. Bring your family out – especially your kids & grandkids to enjoy a “Family Fun Day at the Farm”. There will be tours of the farm and animals for you to take photos of and feed. Let the kids enjoy all of the various kid games we have to offer!
We start October 7th and run through October 28th. The event runs from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. There is homemade food all day long (for a minimal fee) with Games, Tours, Animal Attractions, Hay Rides & so much more! The smell of a great homemade breakfast of pancakes, home fries, eggs, sausage & bacon along with a great cup of coffee or MILK would be the perfect way for you to start your day at the farm! Enjoy a wide variety of fall treats in the afternoon. Try our homemade pies, cookies or pastries that we will have for sale.
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