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SOUTH BROCKWELLS MOBILE FARM

South Brockwells Mobile Farm brings the sights, sounds and experiences of the farmyard to your school, nursery, residential home, county show or corporate event.

Our Mobile Farm provides a hands on educational and tactile experience for children and adults of all ages and offers the opportunity to meet farm animals and real farmers, sometimes for the first time. The primary aim of our visits is to teach people about farm animals, how we care for them and where our food comes from. It is also a valuable tool in helping us connect the wider community with farming practices and will help support British farming.

Our visits are tailored to your needs and one of our experienced staff members will discuss the aims and outcomes of your visit prior to your booking. Our most popular visits include:

  • Time for the visitors to wander among the pens, chat with us and meet our animals

  • Answering questions regarding breeds and their differences

  • What does each animal eat and why nutrition is important

  • Where does each animal live and where do they sleep

  • How we care for our farm animals

  • Why do farmers rear lambs and goats? 

  • How the weather and seasons affect farming

  • The display of equipment such as ear tags and sheep drench guns and an explanation of why they are used

PRICES *

£160

1 hour
visit

£250

2 hour
visit

£375

3 hour
visit

£500

5 hour
visit

BOOKING ENQUIRIES

Please note, that our prices are based on individual events and requirements.

For booking enquiries, please complete our enquiry form.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
  • All prices* are exclusive of VAT

  • A fuel surcharge will be payable if your premises or event is more than 10 miles away from South Brockwells Farm. We'll confirm any additional costs before making a booking.

  • All animals and staff will require a 30-minute break during a 5-hour visit

  • Risk assessments are provided prior to bookings

  • All staff have been DBS checked.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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