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[Photo Gallery] Taking a peek at farm life

Indian Ladder Farms showcases baby animals and activities

Ryan Napoli, a 2-year-old from Albany, peers through a fence to look at a lamb and its mother.

Ryan Napoli, a 2-year-old from Albany, peers through a fence to look at a lamb and its mother. Photo by John Purcell.

— Baby animals returned to Indian Ladder Farms in Altamont on Saturday, May 4, with children clamoring to chicks, ducklings, bunnies, lambs, pigs and goats. People can visit the baby farm animals until Sunday, May 19, with a $5 admission for children and adults for free. The baby animal petting area is open every day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., but on weekends there are also pony rides and face painting.

Check out the photo gallery to the left for more photos of the kick-off day last weekend.

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RamonYoung 1 month, 3 weeks ago

Its great news to let all those children to have a look at the farm life. Most children who grow into adults without the exposure to village life, according to essay services reviews , will turn out be quite inactive and doesn't have sufficient creativity in them. Indian Ladder Farms have done an appreciable job in making this event a wonderful experience for the children.

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