Corn snakes are a member of the Pantherophis guttatus species. This species was formerly called Elaphe gutatta gutatta. Corn snakes are non-venomous. They can be found in the wild and are native to the South-Eastern portion of the United States.
Please meet our newest arrival to the farm, Diego the corn snake. Diego is a female and is around 7 years old. The farm club students had desperately wanted to have a snake at the farm and after years of asking we were finally able to make it happen. She has fit in very well and loves to be handled, wrapping herself around peoples arms.
If you are interested in sponsoring this animal, please use the contact form below to confirm your interest. We will endeavor to get back to you as soon as possible.