STONEBRIDGE CITY FARM IS A REGISTERED CHARITY -
As a charity, we rely on donations to enable us to keep the farm running and maintain our facilities for visitors and volunteers
PLEASE NOTE - During Covid-19, the barn will remain closed.
We need to ensure the safety of our volunteers and staff by complying with safety guidelines
We have a wide range of large animals at the farm - cows, pigs, goats, sheep and ponies.
The poultry include turkeys, chickens and ducks – and watch out for the geese and Manic the Muscovy duck!
Our aviary houses cockatiels, various finches, budgerigars and quail – and we sell a variety of our own organic eggs in the shop.
We incubate our own eggs at various points throughout the year.
You can watch our chicks or ducklings hatch and they then go on to live here at the farm. We can also offer this service to schools and nurseries who wish to incubate their own eggs.
The farm has a calendar of additional seasonal activities – watching animals being born, lamb feeding, sheep shearing, goat grooming and naming new arrivals. For more information see our NEWS AND EVENTS
We accept donations within the barn to help us feed and care for
the large number of animals. These funds also help us to continue to offer the training and education we provide and maintain the facilities for visitors.
We also have an Amazon Wishlist if you are able to purchase any much needed items for the Barn.
Sadly we have currently had to suspend all rabbit boarding and rabbit nail clipping until January 2021. Guinea Pig boarding and nail clipping is not affected.
We have had a suspected case of RVHD (Rabbit Viral Haemorrhagic Disease) in the barn and have therefore made the decision to tighten biosecurity and essentially place the barn in to lockdown for the next four months to prevent the spread of this virus.
This is for the safety of all of the rabbits who currently live at the farm, but also for those who come to visit.
We would like to take the time to remind everyone of the importance of vaccinating rabbits against myxomatosis, RVHD 1 and the newer strain RVHD 2. Luckily all of our barn rabbits are vaccinated, which means they stand a better chance of surviving the virus should they catch it.
Boarding your Guinea Pig
In looking after your lovely pets whilst you are on holiday, they will have their own hutch, food and water during their stay with us and they will be regularly health checked. This service is £3.00 per day. The barn also offers services such as nail clipping and general advice for those who have small animals as pets.