Animal Farm Tours

We are happy to announce that CT Ranch will be offering Farm Tours!

Come join us to experience the sights, sounds and smells of our working family farm! We know that most people these days don’t live on a farm and the ability to learn and visit with various farm animals is becoming less and less. We want to change that by allowing you a fun-filled opportunity to learn about and see, up-close, a variety of farm animals, including cows, calves, pigs, goats, chickens, and ducks.

Each tour will be different depending on the group and timing. Your tour may include milking dairy cows, feeding chickens and ducks, bottle feeding a calf, collecting eggs from the coop, or feeding pigs garden veggies. We are a working farm and as such, there is always work to be done. If you are interested in a particular aspect of the farm, email us ahead of time and we can tell you the best time of day to schedule your tour. We will also share with you many fun and interesting animal facts and teach you different aspects of living and working on a farm.

All group sizes and ages are welcome. Our farm tour will last approximately 1-1.5 hours. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time.

Farm Tours are $25 (ages 12+) $10 (ages 2-11). For larger groups (over 20 people), please inquire about discounts. The farm tour fees are waived for active farm members.

Schedule A Farm Tour

We do have a few guidelines for our Farm Tours:

  • Please wear closed-toed shoes while on the farm. No slippers, flip-flops or sandals are allowed.
  • Animals are NOT allowed on our farm tours for any reason. No exceptions. (Service animal exceptions must be approved prior to scheduling).
  • We will be walking on this tour and there is no access for wheelchairs or strollers. Please make sure you come prepared. The terrain on the farm is unpredictable and uneven.
  • The weather is unpredictable and we will be outside during our tour. Please make sure to dress comfortably for the weather and, as always in Texas, expect it to change suddenly.
  • We ask that you silence and tuck away all electronic devices, including cell phones during your farm tour. We want you to get the most out of your farm tour and you can’t do that from behind a screen.
  • All farm tour participants must read and sign our liability waiver prior to the farm tour. Anytime you are working in or around animals, even domesticated animals, there is a risk of unintentional harm.

For the safety of the visitors and the animals we ask you to follow a few rules:

  • No feeding animals, unless instructed by your guide
  • No running
  • No climbing on fences or gates
  • No yelling
  • No throwing anything at any time
  • No outside food is allowed

All visitors must follow the rules listed above. If visitors do not adhere to the following rules , we reserve the right to discontinue the tour.