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Lambing on Loch Lomond

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Every spring we welcome over 1000 new lambs to the farm. It is one of our busiest times of year but is a real highlight of our farming calendar and we invite you to come and see why.

We missed having visitors to the farm last year and are delighted to be able to welcome people once again. 

Lambing visits are available from 26th April to 9th May.

Tickets are for sale on our eventbrite page. Click 'book' below to take you there. 

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Lambing on Loch Lomond

This year we will be doing things slightly differently to make sure we keep you, our staff and livestock safe and to conform with COVID-19 guidance. 

We will be running Private Lambing Experience Tours.

This will be an hour long experience for one family household bubble of up to 8 people per tour.

You will get to visit the expecting mums and new babies at the Lambing shed, where there is a chance you might see a lamb being born, learn some interesting facts about our farm and sheep, with lots of opportunity to ask question. Then enjoy a trailer ride though our fields overlooking Loch Lomond where you can get up close to the animals and watch them skip and play. 

Tickets will be going live at 9am on Friday 9th April via our Eventbrite page.  

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Lambing on Loch Lomond

 £100 - PRIVATE LAMBING EXPERIENCE - 1 hour - up tp 8 people

(6 Adult max due to weight restrictions on Trailer tour. Must be from same household bubble)

Important Info

For all sessions, please wear wellies and warm practical clothing that you don’t mind getting mucky.

Visitors will not be able to touch or feed the animals due to COVID-19.

Not suitable if you are pregnant.

Not suitable for under 12 months.

We would love to guarentee a live birth but with nature we can not always control this.