The Farm at Prophetstown is enthusiastic about sharing agriculture. Take advantage of our educational experiences and programs.

All programs contain outdoor components; please dress appropriately and come prepared for that day’s outside conditions. We will not cancel due to weather.

Program fees are as follows:
$5.00/student — $5.00/adult
one free adult admission with every ten students,
and bus drivers enter for free.

School educators and administrators interested in these programs for their students can ask questions and reserve dates at 765.567.4700,

* Please make your reservations at least 2 weeks in advance.

The Farmstead

This real working farm contains outbuildings, crops, and livestock found on a traditional farm. Learn the difference between pets and livestock, the reason farmers raise livestock, and how every person is connected to agriculture.


The House


Visit the Gibson Farmhouse to experience life in the 1920’s. This is the last historical component of our facility. The house is set up like a traditional farmhouse, complete with furniture and baking.

Blacksmith Museum

The repair shop contains tools and equipment used to fix the things we break! The ag mechanic is also handy on the forge at blacksmithing. His schedule is busy, but if you are flexible, we can usually sign him up for your tour.


Girl Scout Badge Programs

Our unique facility has much to offer. We have put together programs that meet the requirements of badges. Your troop can earn several badges in a single visit. We are able to offer opportunities that many participants will not experience anywhere else.

Try-its for Brownies

Horses Spend some time with our Belgian mares to reach the requirements of this try -it. Learn the parts of a harness, basic anatomy of the horse, how to care for a horse, how to groom, and the unique qualities of draft horses.
Animals Explore the world of animals with our livestock. Learn how to care for the animals, how to understand the, how they move, and how they communicate.
Earth and Sky Take a walk through the prairie to observe what’s in the soil, evaporation, erosion, clouds, and the creatures that live there.
Eco – Explorer Ecology is the study of how plants and animals live together. Explore nature!