Good Day Atlanta's Paul Milliken has long been obsessed with owning a miniature pig (really, we're not kidding) -- so he RAN to Tanglewod Farm to check them out! Click the videos above to watch his visit!
Every year Atlanta Magazine brings their readers “Best of Atlanta” an essential guide to enjoying our city. Atlanta Magazine readers voted Tanglewood Farm the Best Petting Zoo in Atlanta not once, but twice!
The Cherokee Ledger-News: Sharing farm life on a 'miniature' scale The Cherokee Ledger-News by Erika B. Neldner - March 23, 2005
Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Tiny livestock create big fun - Mini-farm's small residents delight kids Author: LESLIE EVERTON BRICE Date: February 24, 2005 Publication: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The (GA) Page Number: JQ1 Word Count: 809
Cowboys and cowgirls ages 5 to 15 can get a firsthand glimpse into life in the Old West in Cowpoke classes at Tanglewood Farm in Macedonia. The one day class teaches young cowpokes how to handle miniature horses.
Creative Loafing TALK OF THE TOWN | SCENE & HERD 08.12.04 Animal farm Orwellian in a non-1984 way BY ANDISHEH NOUAREE If you've always wanted to own livestock, but worry that your two-bedroom West Paces apartment or Fulton Cotton Mill loft lacks enough pasture, think again. On Sunday, I discovered a whole farm full of [...]
Nebraska City News-Press: Former Nebraska Citian transplants part of home in Georgia News-Press by Josh Whitney - July 21, 2004 Thanks to former resident Michelle Bolt, there is a little bit of Nebraska City in Canton, Ga. Bolt has constructed a miniature town and named the buildings after historical Nebraska City sites. The miniature town [...]
Sunday, May 9, 2004 4:00 AM EDT By Erin Semple Cherokee Tribune Staff Writer A farm of miniature animals in the heart of Macedonia soon will be exposed to a big audience. Michelle Bolt opened Tanglewood Farm in east Cherokee County 10 years ago to provide children a place to interact with animals. Next weekend, [...]