As reputable breeders we do everything we can to protect the safety of our visitors and adhere to all environmental health and safety guidelines.
This information has been gathered from the code of practise which can be found here
We conduct extensive risk assessments on all aspects of our farm to ensure the safety of all of our visitors, staff and animals.
If you are pregnant we suggest getting advice from your midwife before coming to the farm. People with low immunity and very young and elderly generations should also limit touching the animals and thoroughly wash your hands and feet.
This information is a precaution only
All visitors must use the foot sanitising mats when entering the farm, located at the car park and by the farm office gate. They must also sanitise/wash hands on arrival and before leaving. They must also use warm water and wash their hands in the facilities which are around the farm and in the toilets.