Lambing time 2019
March 16th – April 23rd
9.30 – 4.00
Visitors are invited to come and see the lambs being born. We have 800 ewes meaning around 1,200 lambs will be being born during this time. We will also have 80 Sussex cows calving too.
We will also offer tractor rides to the top of the downs to see the animals out in the fields. Trips can be booked for groups at Lambing time, to see the lambs and calves being born and ½ hour tour* of the farm to the top of the downs.
No booking is necessary! Families can just turn up at between 9.30am & 4.00pm. Do please remember however, that ours is a working farm operation – we are not a petting farm. You will see real working farm practices in action during your visit.
Sorry no Dogs as it upsets the Ewes & Cows.
**Prices: Adults are £3 pp and children are £2 pp at lambing. Tractor rides do run when the weather is good enough – these are priced separately at £2.50 pp.
Rens Kitchen – Will be back again this year.
“We will be there between 11 and 2 Monday to Friday
Weekends and the Easter holidays 10 till 3.00 but will stay later if busy.”
Also back this year is Late night lambing for Adults. just email Email late night lambing
Many of you take pictures of our lambs during your visits and we love seeing them. So this season we are running a competition to discover the cutest lamb picture! Or just your best picture taken on our farm.
The winners will receive a free family return trip for up to 4 people.
Put your photos on our face book site Coombes farm lambing
Any pictures put on face book gives us permission to use them.
Any other comments or pictures – we’d still love to see them! Post them onto our lambing facebook page
* Time and length of tours will depend on weather and questions asked by people on the tours.
** Prices are correct at time of uploading.
*** Due to nature, we can not guarantee you will see and lamb or Calf being born.
**** Sorry no Dogs or any Pets.
You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org