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Lil' Country Store & Miniature Horse Farm, The | Pennsylvania Dutch Country
You are invited to come and see the Lil' Country Shop & Miniature Horse Farm. Combining beautiful local and familiar handicrafts and gifts with the cuteest miniature ponies in the world, it's great for all. It is full of handcrafted softs, among them quills, seasoning pads, potholders and wallets.
From the Lil' Country Store it is a brief walk to the miniature horses' shed. Kids want to be stroked and photographed. You can also see "real" riding ponies and American Buggys in the shed. Whilst the entrance to our shed is free, we provide semi-trailer trips (with limited weight) and carriage tours at a very favourable rate.
Within the framework of this adventurous activity, the kids have the possibility to care for the horse before the outing.
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"I wonder if you should get her that bangs, don't ask me anymore! Horse backpackers have always known that a horse is good for a child, but research has now proven it. An American Youth Horse Council-sponsored survey has shown that horse racing activity does indeed improve a number of childrens lifelong learning outcomes.
This survey considered the young people who are participating in 4-H, Pony Club, the National Quarter Horse Youth Association or the National High School Rodeo Association in an.... east and west state. The results of the survey, which was released in February 2006, showed a significant correlation between equestrianism and lifestyle competence". "If your kid loves pets and you're worried about the child's problems, goals or decision-making ability, you should definitely get her in touch with horses," says Dr. Ann Swinker, Ph. D., Ph. D. in Animal Science at Penn State University and one of the co-authors of the work.
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Sharing the miniature horse registrations through to their farm for travellers through Ellis County, to the horse -farm entertaining family groups, and to the Central/Western Kansas school, whose department chooses the study trip to find out more about the talent of the "smallest horses" in Western Kansas.
There have been miniature ponies in Europe for millennia, but it is only in the last forty years that the miniature horse has been recognised as an independent race in the United States. Miniature ponies were raised in the seventeenth century from standardized ponies for the royal family. By their very nature, they are soft and loving and are ideal for domestic animals and showpieces.
Kids of all age groups, from six to eighty years, like to work with the miniature cattle. You will find a relaxing place where the pets are in their own living space and where you can stroke, nourish and scrub a horse. Or you can take a horse-drawn cart or coach trip. Visits and presentation by arrangement.