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Stay between the lines. Or not!

If you like to color, we have something for you. Below are some Turkey Hill coloring pages. You can choose to color a picture by Bucket or by Brush.

View coloring pages instructions.

Selecting "Bucket" lets you fill whole areas with one color.

Selecting "Brush" lets you paint freehand with different paintbrushes.

If you'd like to print out a black and white copy to color by hand, click on the small images below, and then choose "Print..." from the File menu of your browser.

Download Adobe Flash PlayerTo play with these coloring pages, you'll need the Adobe Flash Player. If it's not already installed on your computer, you can download it here.

Color the School Play Drawing

This scene from school play include some pint-sized stars — Vanilla & Chocolate Premium Ice Cream, Mango Duetto, and Lemon & Cherry Venice Premium Ice.

Color the Becky and Tweet Drawing

School students perform a play about the history of Turkey Hill Dairy, started by Armor Frey.

Color the Dynamic Duo Drawing

In this scene from our play, the character "Caramel" and the character "Peanuts and Popcorn" have a lively debate over who is more delicious.

Color the Ma and Pa Drawing

These two you actors playing birds in our school production explain that they can eat Frozen Yogurt and still fly.

Download Adobe Shockwave PlayerTo play with these coloring pages, you'll need the Adobe Shockwave Player. If it's not already installed on your computer, you can download it here.

Color the Cow Drawing

Our cows enjoy being outside on a sunny day.

Color the Delivery Truck Drawing

Did you know people used to have their milk delivered to them? Many years ago, milkmen might have used a truck like this to bring milk for your cereal.

Color the Quilt Drawing

Lancaster County and Pennsylvania Dutch Country are known for beautiful quilts. Some have pictures of barns or flowers, and others have very pretty patterns like this.

Color the Cows Drawing

If you drive through Lancaster County, you'll probably see many cows in fields. Some are white and black, others are brown and white, and some may be all brown. But we'll leave the colors up to you.

Color the Shakey Cow Drawing

Our Turkey Hill mascot, Bo, likes hanging around our dairy farm on a sunny day. After all, Lancaster County's farmland and green grass help make it a very beautiful place to be a cow.