I have read the last two reviews on this place and can only assume that they did not take part in the 'tour'. We arrived just before 10:30 and joined the morning tour. First of all we got to bottle feed the lambs, then hold guinea pigs. We then got to see the goats, piglets, donkeys all getting food, followed by fresh egg collection, kune kune feeding, pig racing, duck feeding and a fabulous tractor ride.
Yes, this is a working farm and you can see that wherever you look. It is not hiding anything from the public, it is what it says it is, a farm!
We had drinks in the cafe and our daughter ate her lunch in the clean high chairs, what she loved more than anything was being able to watch a cow on the other side of the window being milked!
If you want a pristine place to visit, where the staff where uniform and everything is new spangly and plastic, this is not the place to go.
My only criticism is that to pay £5 for our 17 month old did seem a tad high, but given that she took park in all the activities perhaps it is not too high
We will definitely go back!
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