Tips for Teachers

When you check in, please have:

  1. The total number of students with you —  so we can have your pumpkins and tickets ready for you at the end of your trip.
  2. The total number of parents that your payment covers —  so we can give you the correct number of stickers for each paid parent.
  3. The total number of teachers, aids, and bus drivers —  so we can give you the correct number of stickers for them to be admitted

Please have ONE person pay  for all attending the field trip, students and parents. We understand if your school doesn’t accept parent money.  If that is the case, parents can pay once they arrive.  If they pay here, it will $8.70 because we must charge tax since the payment isn’t being made through the school.
Checks should be made out to CMFarms, LLC.

Note:  The coupons for free return tickets that we give students attending a field trip at CM Farms [or] tickets won on the radio and TV only apply to weekend admission.  They cannot be used for field trip admission for students, parents or siblings.

Teachers can download special Activities and Worksheets
from our “Classroom in the Corn” program.  Get more info …

Things to Know:

Farm Address (for your GPS)
200 John Broussard Road Dry Creek, LA 70637  ( CM Farms Road was originally named John Broussard Road and still shows the original name on some devices.) You will actually turn onto CM Farms Road.

Drinking Water
Teachers, please be sure you provide your students with plenty of drinking water. We do not have water fountains, however, we have bottled water for sale.

Please have each student bring a sack lunch.  Students will be able to buy  candy, and drinks from the Country Store or concession. Our Concession Stand will be open for ADULTS to purchase food.

Gift Items:
The Country Store will be open with  our Fudge, vegetables, jellies, jams relishes and pickles!   We will also have t-shirts, Lighting toys, glow sticks, and MAiZE patches for sale.

We have restroom facilities in the main pavilion.  Germ-X is located at the animal area.

For your Safety
This an all outdoor activity. Please check your student’s records for “bee sting” allergies. There will also be
hay bales for the students to sit on, so pleace check on any allergies pertaining to hay straw. If a student has an allergy, the student must bring appropriate medication. We will not administer or distribute any type of medication.