Many customers have already found their way to the farm and some walk. You can view the milking, milking parlour and processing room. If it’s not time for milking, look at the notice board in the farm shop to see where the cows might be grazing that day. Milking times will also be there, so you can plan a trip based on our activities on the farm.
Please also remember this is a working farm and we would request that you stay in the designated area for your safety.
We welcome you visiting, and perhaps you’re keen to get closer to the cows. They are beautiful, inquisitive animals, and really quite a sight when grazing in number.
We welcome you to enjoy our footpaths, we simply ask that you stick to the footpaths and keep dogs on a lead. Dogs can carry a disease called Neospora which is harmful to pregnant cows and, can cause them to abort. With that in mind, please ALWAYS clean up after your dog, and be particularly careful if you go between lots of farms as your dog could spread and carry the disease.