11 , 2017
beef farm to open its gates to visitors on 'Open Farm Sunday'
Beef & Lamb is to open their farm gates to visitors for 'Open
Farm Sunday' today (11th June) to show the fascinating world of
well as being a fun and informative day out for all the family,
the event from 11am-4pm gives visitors an opportunity to see at
first-hand all that farmers do and the impact their work has on
all our lives.
Beef & Lamb is based at Faircott Farm, Brent Road, TA8 2JU (Between
the Berrow Triangle and the medical centre). It will open from 11am
until 4pm and admission cost will be free.
the day you can see cows, sheep, adorable lambs and poultry. There
will also be guided tours of the farm and leading informative nature
walks in the fresh air, with tractor and trailer rides.
the lovers of tractors and farm machinery, there will also be static
machines to admire and have a selfie with, plus demonstrations including
hay baling and bale wrapping. Local fencing expert Ian Morgan will
be demonstrating his skills.
will also be demonstrations of how sheep shearing is done, giving
visitors insight into how the animals are cared for.
are available to buy on site and include Berrow Beef and Lamb BBQ,
homemade cakes and a range of drinks.
event is promoted nationwide as 'LEAF Open Farm Sunday' managed
by Linking Environment And Farming. It has become one of the farming
industrys biggest success stories - since the first Open Farm
Sunday in 2006, over 1500 farmers across the UK have opened their
gates and welcomed 1.8 million people onto their farm for one Sunday
Welland from Berrow Beef & Lamb told Burnham-On-Sea.com: "The
world of farming is often misunderstood. There is so much to discover
at our farm. Do come and join us on Open Farm Sunday and for a day
of fesh air and fun, there is something for the kids (big and small)
to get involved with. My family and I are proud of the work we do
and really looking forward to welcoming everyone to our farm. A
big thank you to the event supporters Mole Valley Farmers, Axe Valley
Veterinary Practice and NFU Mutual."