Wild Flower Farm offers tours, wool garb, and all natural beef
and is home to over one hundred animals of various breeds.
Located southwest of St. Louis in Dittmer, MO, Wild Flower Farm is a unique destination.
Home to the McCallie family this is a working animal farm that breeds and raises Shetland sheep, Highland coos, llamas, alpacas, exotic chickens, swans, cats, dogs, miniature donkeys, and a miniature horse.
Tours are available for groups of up ten with activities for all ages.
And you'll likely go home with a few extra goodies including
hand spun wool garb and delicious farm raised beef.
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Wild Flower Farm has been using solar power for many years and didn't even connect to the grid during the first few years after building the house.
Wind contributes to powering the house, charging the same battery bank as the solar panels. Wind is also used to aerate the pond.
More than a hundred animals live at Wild Flower Farm. Most coexist very well with the other breeds. Coos, llamas, alpacas, horses, sheep, dogs, and even cats have spent time together around the hay bails.
The award winning provides professional music services to meet virtually any live music entertainment needs.
We host tours of all sizes for schools, auto enthusiasts, photographers, classic car clubs, small groups, and individuals.
Ideal for small, rustic farm weddings Wild Flower Farm has a porch gazebo overlooking a garden with room to seat family and friends.
Our automotive collection includes vehicles dating back to the 1920s that still operate. We have military, off road, and custom build vehicles as well.
Don & Peggy McCallie regularly attend farmer's markets around the St. Louis area where they sell Scottish highland organic beef and Shetland wool garb.
During the COVID-19 pandemic tours are available by appointment only
and require the following:
* Masks must be worn unless fully vaccinated
* Social distancing must be observed
* Group sizes are limited to ten guests