Green Meadows Petting Farm

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Green Meadows Petting Farm is a farm animal learning center company. It was founded by Bob and Coni Keyes in Waterford, Wisconsin in 1964 as a petting farm. In 1988, they moved to Kissimmee, Florida and opened a second operation, notable for featuring a 2 ft (610 mm) narrow gauge railroad for its guests. The locomotive on this railroad is the same model as the locomotive used on the Gatorland Express in nearby Gatorland.[1]

Members of the Keyes Family have opened eight additional Green Meadows Farms with total attendance of 500,000 people per year.[2]

As of 2005 the family operated in:

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  1. ^ Playground Magazine - All Aboard
  2. ^ "Green Meadows Petting Farm Profile". Florida Trend. November 2013. p. 42.

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