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The plan of the evening

The evening will start at the blue gate, meeting your hosts and being introduced to the farm.
Starting off with a tour of the lambing barns and cattle shed. Teaching you the inner working of the lambing yard and what to look out for when walking around the barns. 
You are then free to meet our pet lambs and enjoy your evening. 
At 9pm you can hand bottle-feed the pet lambs, feel free to take lots of pictures. 
After the feeding a free tea or coffee will be made in the barn to warm you up, you are also welcome to stay in the barn throughout the evening. 
Throughout the evening feel free to ask your host any questions.
Age limit is 16 as the barns are calm in the evening.


Look out for lamb births!

Join us to watch out for the miracle of birth, we will explain the details throughout. Watch as the lamb takes their first steps in the world and feeds off mum. We cannot promise a lamb birth this is up to Mother Nature, like humans they can come at any time. 

Baby Lamb Bottle feeding

Our pet lambs come to us for a variety of reasons and need our help to be fed and looked after. Grab a bottle and help us feed our lambs and watch their little tails wag!
We promise it is one lamb between two people.

The lambs you feed are called Hob lambs from the old saying 'warming milk on the hob' .The lambs come from ewes who are unable to feed their lambs, cannot produce milk or reject them. We try our best to foster the lambs onto others ewes before we bottle feed them.

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Walk around our lambing Barns

Walk around our barns spotting for any births and watching our cheeky lambs sleep on mum.

Free tea or coffee to warm you up

It can be very cold at the farm so we have heaters inside and provide a nice hot cuppa!

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