Open Farm Weekend - 12th & 13th May

Open Farm Weekend - 12th & 13th May

Posted by Sean Kennedy

2nd May 2018

Book Now for our Open Farm Weekend on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th May! 

Our Open Weekend last year was a massive success and we received amazing feedback so we're super excited for this year!

As part of the open weekend, you can enjoy a 45 minute guided tour of the farm by Steve which includes a tractor & trailer ride to visit the Buffalo, including the favourites - Heineken, 007 and our escape artist Bert! You'll also get to say hello to our new milking herd, 96 Dutch Heifers from Holland, AND our new bull called Peroni!

Plus, you'll receive a FREE Buffalo burger or Hot dog (made from our award winning pork sausages) and a hot/cold drink from our BBQ stand.

The rides will run from 10am - 3pm on both days - book your slot online from our website at the following links:

Saturday 12th May - Book tickets here
Sunday 13th May - Book tickets here

**During the checkout process, on the shipping page, please select 'Click and Collect' from Boglily Steading (enter any date) - we will send you an order confirmation via email which will be your ticket. We'll also send you a separate email nearer the time with further details about the day. Please print off your order confirmation and bring with you on the day. We will not be sending out physical tickets!**

Tickets cost £7.50 each which includes the ride, guided tour and free roll and drink - these are sure to sell out fast so book now! We can only fit a limited amount of people on each trailer so once the tickets are gone, they're gone!

**Please note that the trailer rides are NOT starting from Boglily Steading. Once you have booked your tickets we will send you further instructions separately**


See The Buffalo Enjoy Their First Swim Of the Year!

The success of Team Scotland at the Commonwealth Games has got the Buffalo in the mood for swimming and the Open Weekend will be the first time this year they have been allowed in Camilla Loch as a herd.

The loch has previously been closed to the Buffalo due to the protection of wildflowers growing there but we hope they will tame the overgrown bushes and allow the wildflowers to grow.

We can’t promise any synchronised swimming but it will be great to see them enjoying the water!