As a young child, I often visited my uncle's dairy farm. I enjoyed feeding the baby calves and watching the cows milked. I still can feel a young calves' toungue on my hand – it's sorta like sandpaper. Now as an adult, I believe everyone young child should have an opportunity to see real cows up close.

Kuenhert Dairy Farm, a 6th-generation family farm operation, will hosts it's Annual Fall Festival.

Young and old will be able to see dairy cows up close – they will receive a tour of the dairy farm in action and learn about the care of baby calves. Visitors to the farm can test their directional sense by

walking through a 5-Corn Maze, practice their athletic skills with Holy Cow Football or compete against their friends in Cornhole Toss. Kids can enjoy play in a Corn Corn and Pumpkin Painting.

If you get hungry during your visit, there is a dairy snack bark with soft-serve ice cream, grilled cheese sandwiches and ice-cold milk. If you desire, you can have a bonfire and enjoy a hot dog and s'mores.

The Kuenhert's Dairy Farm's Annual Fall Festival takes place Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays starting October 3 and continuing to November 1, 2015. Hours are 6 – 10 p.m. Fridays, 10 a.m. To 10 p.m. Saturdays and 12 p.m. To 5 p.m. On Sunday. General admission is $8.00 per person, children 2 years old and under are free.

6532 W. Cook Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46818