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Spring farm experience

Our spring farm experience has something for everyone! Join us on the farm for an hands on experience meeting all our new Spring baby animals!

Experience details

Cuddling and feeding baby lambs




What to expect

Join us on the farm for an hands on experience meeting all our new Spring baby animals! We have over 200 Welsh mountain sheep lambing and 15 Murrey Grey cows calving. As well as chicks and our super friendly pygmy goats. You will have a fun packed time on the farm with us! Start your experience in the lamb shed with our adorable orphan lambs, bottle feed them and give them lots  of cuddles whilst finding out about their own individual stories. Next, visit the cattle shed checking on the new calves and expectant mothers. The pygmy goats will be happy to welcome you with cuddles and nuzzles. They are super cheeky and have endless energy. Finally, we will visit the newly hatched chicks, feed them and make sure they have lots of attention. Once we have visited all the animals on the farm yard, you will meet our super friendly sheep walkers and take your new friend for a walk up to the lambing field to check the newborn lambs. If you are lucky you may witness the miracle of birth. On our way back to the farm you will spot our friendly pigs.

After your experience ends you are welcome to stay and have a go at our farm treasure hunt.

Who is this for?

Our spring farm experience is perfect for everyone and involves a little bit of each of our spring experiences (but without the goo).

Fancy having a go at a full lambing day? Check out our Lambing experience day!


Looking for that perfect gift? Let them choose with our range of gift vouchers.  


Need to Know

  • Anyone who is pregnant, trying to get pregnant, or has a partner who is expecting, should read the following health guidelines from the NHS. It is recommended that you do not visit us during lambing time -

  • Due to the nature of this experience it is real life and there will probably be a few moments that are best avoided by the squeamish.

  • We have scheduled our experience dates to give you the best chance of witnessing a birth, but lambing is an unpredictable business and we cannot guarantee it.

  • You will need to be happy to wear old clothes and get dirty – we recommend over trousers. (Kneeling in sheep poo or cuddling a lamb is virtually guaranteed).

  • Wellies or walking shoes are recommended, wellies are preferable during wetter months as we will be walking around the farm crossing streams on potentially muddy terrain.

  • If you would like to get hands on we ask that you have short fingernails. We reserve the right to protect the sheep’s welfare at all times.

  • All experience days are photographed and videoed, booking for this experience will be taken as informed consent in advance. These photographs will be forwarded to you as a memento of your experience. Please let us know if you would prefer not to be photographed.

  • To ensure the well-being and welfare of the sheep and the quality of the experience the group sizes are kept small therefore unfortunately we do not allow bystanders on the experience.

  • Please note that there are friendly dogs on the farm. Your own dogs are sadly not welcome for this experience due to the possible stress levels for the sheep.

  • The experience is conducted with small groups so early booking is advisable if you have a particular date in mind.

  • Undated gift certificates are also available in our shop.

  • Please see our terms and conditions. By booking this experience you are agreeing to the terms and conditions. 

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