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Monday to Thursday: 9am to 5pm
Friday: 9am to 4.30pm
Date: 10th June 2018
Time of event: 10am – 3pm
We have an alpaca herd and plenty of chickens and sheep that the public have the opportunity to meet.
We will offer trailer rides throughout the day to learn about what goes into the daily running of a farm and look in our pig fattening units.
Guided and unguided nature walks will be ran throughout the day to experience the natural environment. We will have activities on throughout the day for children, competitions to get involved in and plenty of food and drink to tuck in to.
About This Farm
Hall Farm is a 580 acre farm that holds 2,000 pigs as well as a number of Alpacas and Chickens. We also have a variety of crops such as cereals, Sugar Beet and Potatoes.
Hall Farm , Yorkshireside, , Eastfoft, , Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, DN17 4PG, United Kingdom
Event cost: Free
Highlights: Cereal crops (eg. barley, wheat); Oilseed crops; Sheep; Pigs; Poultry; Other livestock; Potatoes; Vegetables; Energy crops; Salads; Fruit; Flowers and plants; Environmental stewardship
Other livestock: We have a small alpaca herd as well as chickens.
For more information please contact:
We are hosting a Farmland Bird ID day on
Friday 2nd February 10:15-2:30
includes presentation / education from RSPB officer on farmland birds etc,
light lunch, farm walk and links with Farmland Bird Count and is sponsored by GWCT
(www.gwct.org.uk) which is where people need to book.