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My husband and I decided to take our 4 grandchildren to this place fof a wee treat.
I have to say we bith found the place absolutely stinking.
The animals were kept in very "inhumane" cages which were very unclean...but the smell of "excreta".
Took our grandchildren here on Saturday they were so excited, we were going to have a picnic and we were looking forward to an nice afternoon. We have been to a number of farms throughout northern Ireland but this was by far the dirtiest place...More
I went here with a group of friends recently (all around 20 years old) and we absolutely loved it! Lots of great animals and really friendly staff who happily showed us some adorable (a gecko) and some less adorable (spiders) and let us hold them!...More
We visited on a nice morning In July and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves, we were there just after opening and it wasn't too busy at that time. You are allowed to handle most of the animals and can buy food to feed some of them too....More
Visited here yesterday with my girlfriend and really loved it, plenty of animals and non seemed distressed, got to hold some lizards and snakes and enjoyed seeing all the more traditional farmyard animals also. Would recommend.
My daughter got work placement here for a few weeks and didn’t want to leave it.
My family included my daughter that worked there visited one day to see what it was like..
Truthfully I wasn’t expecting much but was pleasantly impressed.. lots of animals...More
This was my second visit with my family. And it was a pleasure! This farm does tremendous work for the animals it rescues and the rely completely on donations! The animals are so well looked after it warms my heart!
However,this visit was made particularly...More
A hidden gem in the countryside. We were made to feel really welcome from the start of our visit and throughout. A lovely girl called cassie spent a lot of time with myself and my two girls aged 10 talking about the animals. She told...More