The barnyard exhibit can be found by following the path spurring off the Animal Trail at the Beaver exhibit, crossing
the road to the Farm Animal arbor, and walking the wooded path to the farm.
Come explore a 19th century style working farm and see goats, pigs, cows, a mule, donkey and lots of chickens.
Also featured at the farm is a blacksmith shop, cane syrup mill and cooking areas, country store, chicken coop, tenant house, and the smoke house church.
Smoke House Church
Working in the Blacksmith Shop. The Ocmulgee Blacksmith Guild holds meetings and demonstrations here.
The Cane syrup demonstration is always held the Saturday before Thanksgiving.
Squeezing juice out of sugarcane with Rosebud, the mule.
Pouring cane juice in the kettle.
Cooking the cane juice in the fire-heated kettle.
Bottling cane syrup
Live Bluegrass music on the porch of the Tenant house.