Can we explore your farm? And the farm buildings? Meet the sheep and cattle? What about dogs?

Last edited by Colin Abercrombie 4 years ago

Yes, we want you to feel part of the farm. You can explore 1760 acres. We even provide wellies to spare your footwear if it's muddy. We do however ask that you supervise young children and don't exercise your dogs in fields with livestock. Dogs are best exercised a mile down the road in a picnic area or along nearby Forestry Commission tracks.

Interpretative boards erected in key spots in our fields can help focus ideas of what to look for at Crosswoodhill.

Do please explore our Farm Page. And enjoy viewing our Farm Gallery Page, too.


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