Grant’s Farm is a historic farm, and long-standing landmark in Grantwood Village, Missouri, United States, constructed by Ulysses S. Grant on land given to him and his partner by his father-in-law, Frederick Fayette Dent in 1848, shortly after they obtained married. This farm has moreover served as a residence of various members of the Busch family.
The farm was at one time owned by Ulysses S. Grant, and former to that, by the Dent family. It has been owned by the Busch family since 1903, who beforehand owned the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Company until 2008 when it was provided to InBev.
Originally a private deer park for the Busch Family, the farm has been an animal reserve since 1954. Grant’s Farms is open to most people freed from cost; however, there’s a parking cost of $18 per automobile.
This cost helps to take care of the animals and protect the farm. The farm is dwelling to such animals as elephants, camels, kangaroos, buffalo, goats, donkeys, peacocks, and the enduring Budweiser Clydesdales amongst others.
Who Owns Grant’s Farm?
Five members of the Busch family private and performance Grant’s Farm since November 2021. Their shared function is to keep up the distinctive piece of family, and nationwide historic previous intact for generations to return again.