Braums Family Dairy Farm

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Facility:Braums Family Dairy Farm
Description:Braums Family Dairy Farm offers a factory tour of a dairy and bakery. Braum's is unique in the dairy industry because it is vertically integrated. Braum's -cuts out the middleman- by owning its dairy herd, farms and ranches, processing plant, bakery, retail stores and delivery trucks.
A D D R E S S
Address 1:491 Country Street 2880
Address 2:
City:Tuttle
State/Province:OK
Zip Code:73089
V I S I T I N G   I N F O
Hours:Tours:
Summer - Monday through Friday
Winter - Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday
9:00am, 10:30am and 12:00 Noon
Reservations are required.
Admission:Free
Telephone:(405) 478-1656
Website:http://www.braums.com/TourBraums.asp
R E V I E W S
Bridgette C., Co-op Member
Fabulous tour! The tour begins with a 15 minute video history of the Braum's Farm and showcases how the day to day industry of a large cow farm works. You will then hop on the "cow bus" and head over to the Bakery plant, which is a new addition to the tour since 2011. Here you will see all of the baked goods sold or used at Braum's stores being made and packaged. After another quick drive you will enter the Dairy plant. Here you will get to experience ice cream, milk and other dairy items being processed. You will get a quick peek at the lab where they test for quality and freshness and also the gigantic tankertrucks that bring the milk from the cows across the pasture to the plant to be bottled and shipped the next day! Finally, you will head back to the tour center where you will get a tasty cold treat!
A. Hanel, Co-op Member
My family and a close friend took the children here on a nice day. We were not able to actually pet the cows, like the little kids wanted to, but we were able to see the calves in their huts. We saw them put the ice cream in the tubs, saw them make those delicious waffle cones, but the best part was getting to eat an ice cream after all that walking.
LaTisha Miller, Co-op Member
Absolutely LOVED this place!!! The factory itself is small but it was worth seeing. It is not baby stroller friendly so it was a bit of a struggle with my babies being there but my family loved this place. You could pet the cows but the calves were in their little houses most of the time out of the sun. We really enjoyed seeing how a factory worked and how ice cream is made. We even got to sample some!!! The best part was the view of the land and the educational side of how the factory worked.
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