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Edit: 20.03.2020
Whilst we’re temporarily closed we hope to bring you lots of images and videos of the farm and animals both on our website and social media pages.

Keep checking back for more updates, cute photos and videos of new arrivals!

For many people, meeting the animals at Rand Farm Park is a very special experience. Our animals are used to people and most of them enjoy being stroked and spoken to.
The majority live in cosy undercover pens, ensuring you can meet them at any time of the year. During the summer months, we have lots of animals outside in our paddocks. Plus every day, there’s a full activity programme.

What animals can you meet at Rand Farm Park?

Lambs (seasonal)






Chicks (seasonal)





Small Animals

Animal Feed

Did you know you can purchase animal feed at 60p a bag?
You can feed all the animas on four legs except from the; rabbits, pigs and guinea pigs (we advise when feeding the donkeys to put it in their troughs)

Included in the daily timeable

  • Bottle feed the lambs (In the spring only)
  • Watch a milking demonstration
  • Bottle feed the calves
  • Handle some of our smaller animals

Make sure to pick up a timetable on the day of your visit or give us a call on 01673 858904 to see what’s available on the day of your visit.

When you’re visiting us, if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to speak to a member of the farm team


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We’re taking part in the government's Eat Out to Help Out scheme every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday throughout August. Visitors purchasing food or drink from the Coffee Baa or Tea Room will automatically receive 50% off their purchase – up to a maximum of £10 discount per person. 

After our longest period of closure since we opened in 1996, we are delighted that Rand Farm Park has been able to open since 4th July. There remain some restrictions on the attractions that can be open but the farm, including handling and feeding as well as outdoor play and the tractor ride are open! We have plenty of summer babies from piglets to calves and even an unseasonably late lamb, born very recently! Our farm building is large and airy with ample space to socially distance and our self-imposed cap on available tickets means that our guests feel safe during their visit.

Again for 2020, we have released a “Summer Pass,” for just £15 per person, which allows unlimited entry from 23rd July to 3rd September. In addition to this, we are participating in the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme, which allows families to save 50% on their meals up to £10 per person, available Monday to Wednesday during August. We hope that these initiatives will help lots of families to enjoy really good value days out with us this summer.