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Hinchley's Dairy Farm Tours

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Address: 2844 State Road 73, Cambridge, WI 53523-9223
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+1 608-764-5090

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Such a fun experience!

Had so much fun on this tour. It was everything I expected plus more! We got to milk cows, bottle feed the baby animals, hold the cutest baby chick ever, meet and pet other farm... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Jennifer T
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Reviewed 4 days ago NEW

Had so much fun on this tour. It was everything I expected plus more! We got to milk cows, bottle feed the baby animals, hold the cutest baby chick ever, meet and pet other farm animals, enjoy a hayride, among other things! It was truly a wonderful, fun, and educational experience! I highly recommend a visit to Hinchley's Dairy Farm!

Thank Jennifer T
Deerfield, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

We love this farm! We stopped by one day to sell popcorn for scouts and were invited into the barn to witness heifer give birth to a calf. The Hinchley family does an amazing job teaching and showing visitors what it's like to live and work on a farm.

Thank Chuck P
Elk Grove Village, Illinois
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Reviewed 5 November 2016 via mobile

We went there with our two kids age 12 and 10. The tour was very informative and educational. Great experience for the kids and for us also.

Thank pupicek77
Watertown, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 30 October 2016

I have driven several grade school field trips to Hinchley's for a day on a dairy farm. Young students are awed at the size of cows, how they are milked, seeing "crops" close up, and all the other activity it takes to run a functioning farm. Hinchley's is a "must see" for every city-grown child.

Thank Tom H
Tucson, Arizona
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Reviewed 10 August 2016

This a home run, out of the ballpark! Tina, owner, manager, milker, tractor operator, and woman of many other fantastic talents, not the least of which is as the best tour guide on the planet, was our hostess. Seriously, this is a "do not miss" if you are in the area. In a short 3 hours we learned just about... More 

Thank Bob E
Milford, OH
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Reviewed 10 July 2016

While visiting the Wisconsin Dells as a stop on our 17 day road trip we thought a visit to a dairy farm would be a great thing to do with our kids. Our oldest son who is 16 complained the "whole" hour their from the Dells to the farm. When we got there and started the tour, his attitude completely... More 

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Los Angeles, California
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Reviewed 8 July 2016

I took my nephews (ages 4, 5 and 7) to visit this farm with another family. The drive was absolutely worth it. Tina has a passion for the subject, worked well with children and the access to the animals was amazing. I really recommend this.

Thank JoeH_LA
San Francisco, California
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Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

We are on a road trip from SF to NYC and figured a stop at Wisconsin dairy farm should be part of our itinerary. Little did we know this would end up being the highlight of our 3 week long trip. Tina is a wonderful tour guide and even a better person to do business with. We didn't have enough... More 

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Reviewed 28 June 2016

Being a born and raised city girl, Tina, our tour guide on Hinchley Dairy Farm, enlightened me on how a dairy farm operates in modern day America. Tina, a very hard working farmer who has devoted her life to her family farm, gives a true perspective of what a family has to do to sustain a successful and productive farm... More 

Thank June M
Dallas, Texas
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Reviewed 9 June 2016

You wouldn't think a trip to a dairy farm would be much of a side-stop, but this is truly a must-visit, if for no other reason to understand how the 2% gets on your Frosted Flakes every morning. Hincheley's is a family-owned dairy farm, and it's a working 2500-acre farm. What you see is truly a labor of love. Your... More 

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