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Really lovely farm. Small and simple, cute calves to feed, watched the cows get milked at 1730 and bought some fromage blanc in their wee shop. Spent about half an hour enjoyably with our 7 and 10 year olds.
Be there at 17.30 to see the cows being milked. See the care, attention and work required to give us the milk, cheese, butter and yogurts that we eat every day. Then go to the shop and buy your freshly made dairy products. This is...More