A veritable baby barnyard blooms at Benner’s Farm

A veritable baby barnyard blooms at Benner’s Farm

Serena the sheep takes a much needed break with her new lambs, Walnut and Catalpa. Photo from Benner's Farm

Benner’s Farm, 56 Gnarled Hollow in Setauket had quite a busy week as many of their sheep and goats gave birth, with the help of Jean Benner. All of the babies on the farm will be named after trees this year. Campers on Monday morning had the chance to see Oak and Maple being born. Stop by during Easter weekend and say hello. Visitors can hold the baby ducks, rabbits and chickens and feed and pet the farm’s other residents. The farm will be open on weekends from noon to 4 p.m. through May 21. For more information, call 631-689-8172.

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