This Sunday the 9th June see’s the annual event Open Farm Sunday where farms open themselves up for the public to visit. It’s a great chance for children to see where their food comes from and for you to support your local farms.
There are plenty of farms in the Midlands opening their farms on Sunday many with free entry!
Here are some we found:
Come and visit the chickens at Betty's Farm from 10am-4pm. You can see how the eggs are collected between 10am-12pm, then feed the animals, tractor rides and a nature trail, plus much more!
Farm Open from 10am to 4pm.Meet the livestock (sheep, cattle, pigs, poultry, horses).
See and learn about crops, take a trailer ride, help with feeding time.
Visit the farm shop and cafe. Admission is free.
Join us for a farm walk, look at all aspects of our mixed farming enterprise, while viewing beautiful countryside, see farmed and wild food systems.
View plans for our new eco building for education access and to act as a visitors centre.
The BBQ will be running with fresh home made products.
Please email or call 07855 252151 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place.
Farmer John will be delighted to take you on a walk and tell you about life on the farm from10am-4pm.
You will be able to meet all the animals and try lots of the tasty samples that will be available in our farm shop, including our home-grown Highland beef, gorgeous pork sausages and tangy Worcestershire cheeses.
There will also be plenty of time to have a browse around our British craftman's gallery.
Home-made cakes and hot/cold drinks will be for sale on the day, but you are very welcome to bring a picnic.
Clothing - Please wear appropriate footwear for a farm walk and sun hats if it’s sunny.
Strictly no dogs I'm afraid.
So this Sunday why not find a farm near you and go for a visit.