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We are a small alpaca farm dedicated to raising happy, healthy alpacas. We use their fiber to create things from scarves, gloves and outerwear to sweaters. Alpaca fiber is warmer than most wool, hypoallergenic and as soft as cashmere.
We have alpacas from pet quality to many blue-ribbon winners. Contact us to set up a farm tour and see how these beautiful creatures provide us with high end clothing and other materials. There is no cost to visit. Hours are by appointment only.
A 1,000-acre ranch, one mile from the Jacks Fork River and Alley Spring Mill; five miles from the Current River.
We offer unique lodging adventures, including our tree retreat; sheepherder's wagon; log cabins; the old red barn; and modern ranch houses for groups.
There is a museum of horse-drawn equipment and farm primitives; a three-acre lake; two miles of running streams; a nature trails; and recreation center. Most outside activities are free.
We have self-guided ranch tours; a small-animal area; camping; horseback riding; labyrinth; hayrides; and a four-level overlook deck. Our air-conditioned main hall is available for private events.
SayersBrook features unique activities and exotic meals on a working bison ranch. Tours start with a video history of the ranch and the American bison. Travel through the ranch in covered wagons; feed a bison herd; enjoy a bison lunch in the lakefront pavilion. Experience these powerful 2,500-pound creatures up close and personal. Our country store offers bison meat, souvenirs, and gifts. This is a Ozark mountain setting with streams and a mile-long lake. There are 21 off-road trails available for group outings. Open April through mid-November.
Tours: $12.50; younger than 12, $6.50. Additional fees for food, hunts, sporting clays, boat rides, retreats and special activities. See the website for details and schedules. Three and a half miles from the YMCA of the Ozarks on Route AA.
This is the 300-acre Anheuser-Busch Clydesdale breeding facility, home to more than 100 Clydesdales. You will meet the Clydesdale stallions, mares, foals and geldings in their natural environment. Tours include the custom-made harness, a 1903 Studebaker-built beer wagon, the luxury transport trailer, and the gift shop.
Guests 21 and older can sample a Budweiser beer (except on Sunday).
Tours given April thru October; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m.
Tours are given rain or shine. Tours are very popular, so reservations should be made well in advance. Reservations required. Visit our website for details, tour times and reservation information.
Located 10 miles east of Boonville.
Tickets: $10; younger than 2, free.
Spend a week enjoying Missouri's agritourism resources.
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