you'll love the locals
When you come to the Woods Farm, you can feel like a farmer for a second! Enjoy the complete country experience and farm lifestyle as much or as little as you like! Whether you watch the kangaroos hop by and enjoy the neighs, and baaas and moos and chirps of the local animals from afar or if you get up close and person and feed the horses by hand, pat the cows and goats, pick fresh eggs and play with the alpacas - you will love the beautiful and crazy animals that call the Woods home.
Our fury friends and Woods Farm residents include: Goats, Alpacas, Horse and Ponies, Mini Highland cows, Bulls, Camels, Chickens, Sheeps, Peacocks & Pigs. As a farm, we are continually growing and changing, with new additions being added to our ever changing fur family.
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We have animal feeding every morning at 9am for inhouse guests only.
Visitors can bring their own fruit, veggies and scraps to feed to the farm animals if they wish to do so. Below we have provided a list of approved snacks that the animals can eat and a list of foods they can NOT eat.
Our animals love: Apples, Apricots (without the stone), Bananas, Carrots, Celery, Cucumbers, Grapes, Green Beans, Lettuce, Mango, Melon (without the rind), Oatmeal, Oranges, Peaches (without the stone) Pears, Peppermints, Pineapple Pieces, Plums (without the stone), Pretzels, Pumpkin, Raisins, Snow Peas, Strawberries, Sugar Cubes, Sunflower Seeds, Watermelon.
Our animals CAN'T eat: Avocado, Bran, Bread, Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbage, Caffeine, Cauliflower,
Chocolate, Compost, Dairy Products, Garlic, Kale, Lawn Clippings, Meat, Onions, Potatoes, Rhubarb, Stone Fruits (please do not give them plums or apricots with the seed/stone), Tomatoes, Lemon.
Please be mindful that these things can cause serious illness and health problems to our animals. When bringing food to feed the animals please check our list of approved and banned foods.
Visitors are not permitted to hit, kick, grab, chase or throw anything towards animals. Visitors are not permitted to pick up, cross fences or enter animal pens/enclosures without permission of staff and under their supervision. Visitors must acknowledge these are animals and to use due diligence and care when approaching, patting and feeding.