Our ewes are getting ready for their young to be born this spring, so we have moved our ewes onto new cover crops this week, before they get ready to be snug as a bug in our farm maternity barn. You can follow our ewes and the steps we have to taken to make sure they are comfortable and in good health. As we enter the first signs of spring, the march madness has already begun. With calves being born, our ewes are due to give birth anytime and with all the new government guidelines changing its no wonder we all feel exhausted before we have begun.
Our farm team are expertly getting our farm park ready to welcome visitors making sure our farm park is safe and secure ready to open from Monday 12th April. The park will be open every week Thursday to Sunday from 10am – last entry 3.00pm visits for adults and children on a pre-book basis only.
Come and see the animals this spring.. spring on the farm is such magical time of the year, baby lambs, chicks, ducks, guinea fowl, calves, pigs, goats, sheep, alpacas, donkeys & sheep will be anxiously awaiting for our visitors to arrive. Our Farm trailer will be open every day serving hot & cold drinks & snacks or you can pre-order one of our picnics hampers and we will have your picnic ready apon your arrival. .
Our Farm Park will OPEN from Thursday – Sunday
Open 10.am – last entry 3.00pm
Pre-booked on-line tickets only.
Under 2yrs £2.00
Family Ticket – £20 (2 x Adults 2 x Children )
Our new arrivals this week, with over 120 ewes ready to give birth we certainly have our hands full. #lambingseason2021
We have put in place new measures to keep all of our guests and staff safe during your visit and to support social distancing. As an outdoor family farm park attraction, we always encourage regular handwashing for all visitors. We ask our visitors to observe good hygiene practices when they visit by washing their hands at one of the many handwashing stations upon arrival and regularly throughout their visit.
Please visit the Government guideline rules..