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My cousin Kate grew up in Australia. Recently at a family wedding, we were all sharing stories including the one about how there was a cow named after me.
When Kate was trying to decide on a name for her calf, she saw my birth announcement and she thought that Katherine Elizabeth was just such a beautiful name. So, Kate decided to name the cow Katherine Elizabeth. I’m sure that this cow lived a long fabulous life on the farm and then became a delicious hamburger for a few people. How cool is it that I have a COW named after me?!
The Kelsey Farms Farm Experience is opening for the 2013 season on Saturday, September 28th through Sunday, October 27th! Everyone is invited to come experience the farm and learn while having a darn good time! There are calves born at Kelsay Farms just about every day and you get to hang out with them! Ride the Moo Choo Train, watch cows being milked, take a hayride, climb bale mountain, traverse the 7 acre corn maze, play some corn hole, eat a yummy grilled cheese sandwich or slurp a milkshake, enjoy live music, get your face painted and many, many more activities. Lulu is mostly looking forward to the playground with corn kernels instead of sand!
Admission is $8 per person and includes all activities! Children 1 and under are free. The only other costs you’ll incur are for food and pumpkins. Beginning Saturday, September 28th, Kelsay Farms is open on Fridays 6pm-10pm, Saturdays noon-10pm and Sundays noon-6pm. At night, you can check out the corn maze by flashlight and it’s NOT haunted!
Looking for something to do during Fall Break? Kelsay Farm will be open on weekdays October 14th-18th and October 21st-25th from noon-6pm. Kelsay Farms is located in Whiteland at 6848 N. County Road 250 E, between Tracy and Worthsville Roads, about 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis.