A traditional farm since 1948, the Niederman Family has been working their farm for 4 generations. Dairy cows, chickens, pigs, beef animals, lambs and goats have all been raised, at different times, around the farm. Corn, soybeans, wheat and hay are also a staple for the family.
In 1988 Bob and Bethann Niederman were married and moved back to the family farm. They continued in Bob's parents footsteps of caring for the animals, crops, and raising their own children.
As it became more challenging financially to keep up with the rising cost of farming Bob and Bethann ventured into paintball, farm tours, corn maze, pumpkin patch, hayrides and boat storage.
It has given the Niederman's great pleasure to provide friends, guests and neighbors the opportunity to play and make memories on the farm.
In a devastating turn of events, Bob passed away in December 2011 after a hard fought battle with cancer. Bethann and the kids felt the best way to honor Bob's legacy of faith, love and life was to continue his dream for future generations.
For the safety of our farm animals and per our insurance, we kindly ask that pets stay home. Service animals are welcomed. Thank you for understanding and helping us with this!
Now booking spring field trips!