Fall Fun at Victory Hill Farm

Sarah Pinet pictured with her young goats (also known as kids)

Spending time on the farm doesn't have to be a long drive. Drive four miles north of the city of Scottsbluff and you will find Victory Hill Farm. Owners Lee and Sarah Pinet have a small family farm with lots of animals and vegetable garden. Sarah always envisioned this as opportunity to share rural life with others.

This Sunday, the Pinet's will host their second annual "Victoberfest Farm Festival" --- where the public is invited to the their farm. The festival will have several penny carnival stations for children like milk-a-goat, face painting, pony rides, a bouncy house and so much more. Admission is free for visitors to take a tour of the farm.

At Victoberfest, the public will get to see the entire cheese making process. Victory Hill Farm is one of 50 farm stead cheese operations in the nation. Pinet says that's where there is a dairy and cheese making operation on the same property. That's rare because of the amount of work it takes to milk 42 goats each day and two days a week the Pinet's make their seven homemade cheeses. In touring the farm visitors can see the milking parlor and the kitchen where cheese is made.

Do your kids know where cheese come from? See it first hand at the "Victoberfest Farm Festival" this Sunday from 11 to 3pm. Located 4 miles north of Scottsbluff on Highway 71. Turn east on County Road F....as in "farm" and drive one half mile west to Victory Hill Farm, .

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