If you are looking for something different to do this winter, then check out Blue Line Farms. This family owned urban farm in Livonia offers limited tours throughout the year. The farm is home to a nice selection of animals. Guests can visit the farm, interact as well as feed the animals.
Blue Line Farms Information
This Urban Farm is currently home to 9 goats, 30 chickens, 2 ducks, 2 dogs, guinea pig, 2 barn cats and also 2 potbelly pigs! Currently they are open to the public on the third Sunday of each month. The cost is $5 per person for a 45 minute visit. Time slots are available every hour from 10 am until 2 pm. Reservations are required and of course, can be made online.
In addition to the Saturday tours, the farm offers Homeschool Field Trips. These tours are available on select dates throughout the year. The cost is $5 per person for a 45 minute tour.
In the spring, they will also offer Goat Yoga, where guests can participate in an interactive yoga session with goats. Sessions are $15 each.
Finally, guests can purchase goat milk soap, fresh eggs, and t-shirts at their shop.
Blue Line Farms is located at 30655 Six Mile Rd. in Livonia, Michigan. They are on the south side of the road between Merriman and Middlebelt.
Phone: (734) 716-0626
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