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Farm Star Living Hatches Top Five Easter Egg Hunts and Delivers Springtime Family Farm Fun Ideas

ATLANTA, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 03/27/14 -- Farm Star Living, the nation's lifestyle brand that celebrates American farming and farmers, announces Our Five Favorite Easter Egg Hunts and gives bushels of ideas for family fun on the farm this spring. "Spring is the perfect time of year to get outdoors and visit farms celebrating the season," says Mary Blackmon, Farm Star Living founder. "We thought it would be a great idea to highlight some unique farm fun -- like these special Easter Egg hunts," says Blackmon.

Here are five "eggstra" special egg hunts to check out this Easter:

  • Visit Cedar Hill Farm in Hernando, Missouri April 12-19 to have breakfast with the Easter Bunny in their big barn, and then hit the farm for pony rides, face painting, and egg hunts. They will be serving farm fresh donuts and homemade fudge all day in their country kitchen. Don't forget to check out the baby chicks and ducks!

  • Begin the day on Saturday, April 12 with a delicious breakfast at the Peter Cottontail Egg-straordinary Easter Egg Hunt and Breakfast adventure at Liberty Ridge Farm in Schagticoke, New York. The kids will enjoy an egg hunt plus a fun-filled afternoon around the farm including petting baby animals, pony rides, pictures with the Easter Bunny and an early evening campfire!

  • Underwood Family Farms in Moorpark, California offers a Springtime Easter Festival Saturday, April 12 - Sunday, April 20 from 9 am to 6 pm. Festival activities include an egg hunt, egg dyeing, baby chick races, face painting, tractor rides, gem mining, corn cannon, bee barn and more!

  • Misty Meadow Farm Creamery in Smithburg, Maryland will host an "EGG-citing" Easter event on Saturday, April 12. Children enjoy different age Easter egg hunts and discover eggs filled with coupons for free ice cream made at their farm, hot dogs and candy.

  • Bring your baskets to Green Meadows Farm in Orlando, Florida April 17-20, to enjoy a fun-filled Easter egg hunt event! Enjoy the outdoors and farm scenery and watch the kids run around, laugh and find their hidden treasures.

Blackmon invites families to visit http://www.farmstarliving.com to find creative ways to enjoy the bounty of opportunities for springtime family fun like berry picking, pony rides, petting zoos and farm visits. "Our nation is ripe with fun, entertaining ways to celebrate farming and farmers," says Blackmon.

Farm Star Living is the new lifestyle brand that celebrates American farming and farmers. The Farm Star Living website, www.farmstarliving.com, satisfies Americans eager to know who's behind their food and where it's grown. The Farm Star Living app and website feature a national resource of Farm-to-Table listings and farms open to the public, making great farm-fresh dining and family fun easy to find throughout the US.

For more information about Farm Star Living, please visit: www.farmstarliving.com, download the Free Farm Star Living App or become a fan via: https://www.facebook.com/FarmStarLiving and on Twitter @FarmStarLiving.

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