Built around 1900, when the Job P. Wyatt family owned Oak View, the livestock barn has sliding double doors. Shed wings were added by the Poole family on both the east and west sides in the early 1940s. This barn was once home to the farm’s horses and mules – additional animals were housed in other barns around the property that are no longer standing.
Today, our livestock barn is home to Oak View’s goats, and also features interactive farming chores for children. Try your hand at the different chores and experience what life might have been like on a farm. For more information about our goats, dial 23.