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Fall Festival Animals

At Cox Farms, we LOVE farm animals! Here are some of the animals you can find at our Fall Festival.

Chewie, Resident Guard Llama

Chewie is an award-winning fiber llama, but his main job is to stand guard over our goat herd. His hair gets turned into yarn and can be knit into just about anything! That is why he gets such a funny haircut every spring. 

No sleeping in for these guys; the roosters really crow every morning. These are a mix of different breeds of bantam chickens. Have you ever seen a chicken with feathers on its feet? Come by and check them out.

Bunnyton, DC 

Although we don’t like the rascally rabbits in our gardens, we love to keep them as pets. Our rabbits are super soft and love to eat grass. Come on in and say hello!
Goat Village

Cox Farms is famous for our goats.  Our goats are spoiled rotten, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Come buy a cup of goat food and give them a treat.


This is Equinox the Alpaca. Like Chewie, he is sheared every spring. Equinox's hair is turned into yarn that Rosemary Cox knits into hats, sweaters, and all kinds of other super soft things. Alpacas are kind of shy, but very interesting to look at!

These are Blue Face Leicester sheep. They are very friendly and will most likely come up and smell your hand. Some people think they look funny, but we think they are beautiful! Blue Face Leicester sheep are known for their great fiber, which is turned into yarn.

Angora Goat

  This is Hamlet, an angora goat that produces beautiful fiber. 

We have pigs of all different ages, sizes, and colors!

Sometimes the babies line up neatly for mealtime...

Other times, it can be a bit more chaotic. 

But pigs are always fun to watch!

Horses: look for these guys on your hayride!


Cows and Milking Demos

Stop by and visit the cows and then learn all about milking cows in an entertaining and musical milking show! After you learn how to do it, come on up and try it for yourself!
Check our Entertainment schedule for details.

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