|Barney Home Video|
|Let's Go to the Farm|
|Release Date||March 1, 2005|
|Available on DVD||Yes|
|Written by||Stephen White|
|Directed by||Jim Rowley|
|Run Time||50 Minutes|
Ready, Set, Play!
Let's Go to the Farm is a Barney Home Video that was released on March 1, 2005.
Rachel and Jackson are setting up a produce stand with lots of fruits and vegetables. BJ, being hungry, accidentally ate all of their produce. Rachel and Jackson wish they could get more fresh produce, and Baby Bop wants to see some real life farm animals. So, Barney decides to take them to his good friend, Farmer Dooley's Farm. At the farm, the see all sorts of animals, sing lots of songs, and prepare for the big barn dance happening later on.
Stories: The Sharing Hen
- Barney (Voice: Dean Wendt, Costume: Carey Stinson)
- Baby Bop (Voice: Julie Johnson, Costume: Jeff Ayers)
- BJ (Voice: Patty Wirtz, Costume: Kyle Nelson)
- Rachel (Hunter Pecunia)
- Jackson (Daven Wilson)
- Farmer Dooley (Dave Tanner)
- Mrs. Dooley (Wendy Welch)
- Barney Theme Song
- It's a Fun, Fun Sunny Day!
- Bumpin' Up and Down
- Snackin' On Healthy Food (Chorus Verse)
- Down on Grandpa's Farm
- What an Adventure
- Do Your Ears Hang Low?
- Had A Little Rooster
- Clean Up
- The Sharing Hen
- The Duckies Do
- Sheep Medley: Baa, Baa, Black Sheep/Little Boy Blue/Little Bo Peep/Mary Had a Little Lamb
- Barber, Barber, Shave a Pig
- Clip, Clop Riding on a Pony
- Icy, Creamy Ice Cream
- So Many Pumpkins
- Turkey in the Straw (Barney's Version)
- Old Brass Wagon
- I Love You
Music and Soundtrack
Main Article: Let's Go to the Farm (Soundtrack)
Main Article: Barney's Farmyard Sing-Along
Barney's Farmyard Sing-Along was a stage show tour to promote this home video
- This is another video to be filmed on location.
- This video marks the second and last appearance of Farmer Dooley, after he first appeared in "Barney's Halloween Party".
- The song, Old Brass Wagon returns in this video, after not being used for 12 years, since "Red, Blue and Circles Too!".
- The song, "Old MacDonald Had a Farm" is featured as a bonus music video on the DVD release of this.
- This video aired on "PBS".
- The 2009 re-release has the Pingu episode, "Pingu Plays Fishtennis".