Events – GOAT Play

Book an exclusive goat play session for you and your family/friends for time with the goats and their kids in the barn. Once a slot is booked for you, that session will take no other bookings.

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Small exclusive groups (max. 6 persons), £16 per adult and under 15’s go free. 45 minute duration. Max 2 children per adult. All children must be accompanied by a supervising adult (accompanied infants and babies are welcome of course). Children under 3 years will not be able to hold the animals.

The risk of infection from farm visits is small but diseases caused can be serious. Your hands must be washed after contact with animals and always before eating, with soap and water (not just wipes or sprays). We will also ask you to disinfect the soles of your shoes using the foot mats provided.

Following Scottish Government advice we do not allow pregnant women into the goat kid play area whilst risk of infection is extremely low, it is important that we safeguard against it.

By purchasing tickets to our goat play events you are supporting our small farm in its regenerative practices moving towards pasture fed milk whilst supporting biodiversity and carbon storage and preserving the landscape of the Trossachs.

Warm clothing is recommended.

Access – There is only disabled parking at the farm (no visitor parking). It is possible to access the farm via the “Three Loch’s Forest Drive” and park outside the farm gate or to park at Brig o’ Turk Village Hall car park and walk down to the farm over the historic Brig o’ Michael Bridge. Full details and direction map links will be in the booking confirmation email.

Please consider car sharing if possible. It is also possible to park at the Byre Inn pub, by agreement of the owner.

Toilets – unfortunately we do not have a disabled toilet at the farm. There is one available in the Brig o’ Turk village hall, so please ask if this option is required.

Food – no food will be available on-site during April. No food is allowed in the barn or around the goats. However, there are plenty of options locally, including the Brig o’ Turk Tea Room and The Byre Inn.

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