Named after H.J. DeVore, the DeVore Farm represents a progressive farm of the era. Farmers who came to the "Great American Desert" had to improvise and try new methods of farming to survive. The five-acre farm is fully stocked with animals and machinery common to farms in the 1880s.
Daily activities include tending the garden, feeding the chickens, preparing food appropriate to the time period and sewing clothing, as well as planting, tending, and harvesting corn, wheat and other field crops.