Wrixhill Dairy welcomes visits from schools, colleges, nursery groups and otherwise. Since we have had the goats we have found that people, and in particular children, connect with them really well
and benefit from spending time with them.
Getting acquainted with the goats
Our goats are very friendly
They are so friendly and interactive and children in particular seem to love cuddling the kids and getting involved with the bottle feeding.
Similarly, students studying farming, land and agriculture have benefited from visiting our farm and seeing first hand our 200 strong goat herd, watching the milkings, tasting the milk
and the cream and seeing the kids being cared for and reared.
Bottle feeding the kids on a farm visit
Feeding cake to the goats
After a visit to us the students at Reaseheath College said: -
"Our Level 3 Diploma Food Technology students would like to share our sincerest thanks for welcoming our group to your goat farm
on Tuesday 26th March. One of the key messages the students took home was about the need to diversify in business and develop effective relationships as they progress onto the next steps of their careers.
Working with industry is so important for our young learners and we could not hope to ignite their passion more, for working in food, without your ongoing support. Thank you once again for pulling out all
the stops with the talk, cream tasting and farm tour which really helped to engage, motivate and inspire our next generation. We look forward to working with you more in the future".
Duchy College Farm Visit
Bottle feeding a kid
Arrange a Farm Visit
If you would like to arrange a visit for your school, college or otherwise, please do get in touch on 01822 870899, or via the
form on our Contact Us page or keep an eye out for details of one of our upcoming
Open Days on our Wrixhill Dairy Facebook page.