Despite her memory challenges, we wanted to bring our Lola Olive to a place where she can enjoy the cool breeze of provincial life, and get to experience new things: like feeding a cow. My mama2 saw videos about Pinkie’s Farm in Lipa Batangas, and suggested it might be a great place to bring lola to.
I think it was 🙂
So for today’s story, I’l be sharing with you our visit to Pinkie’s Farm, the things we did, and how much it cost ♡
Nacho kid and I enjoyed the cool breeze and the fresh air 🙂
Grass feeding! The tour guide told us that at a certain age, the males get seperated from the females to avoid unwanted pregnancies. The cows also prefer the summer season than the colder weather.
The calves, also known as the baby cows, are pretty strong! You need to grip the milk bottles tighter. They also have a strange fascination with skirts, and would try to munch on them! My lola got surprised!
Pinkie’s Farm Picnic Package
We chose the picnic package at ₱1200 per person and includes the ff:
❕Grass feeding of cows
❕Feeding of baby cows
❕Paper machet activity
UNFORTUNATELY, some products were not available during our visit (Lipa specialties and Barako coffee, paper machet) that’s why they charged us ₱660 instead.
My 92-year old lola, was so happy! She might not remember the details (bec she has memory loss already) but Im sure she’ll remember the feeling!
After the activity, the program is capped off with a “picnic” where we got to try the farm’s products like fresh milk, cheese, and yogurts. You can also purchase these in-store.
In my opinion, it just took less than an hour for us to do all the activities, and wish there was more we could do. There aren’t any other activities in the farm apart from cow feeding and then the picnic time. But overall, my family had a good time 🙂 Not sure if we want to visit againt though.