We were finished within an hour of arriving (and we took our time...), the farm was very small, the owner was quite curt with both adults and children during the bottle feeding (not everyone is suited to working with the public, I'm not sure this lady was) and for £6 entrance fee I think I expected more. Small animal petting consisted of one rabbit and 3 gineau pigs, all looking a bit truamatised and huddling behind the assistant; being told to wait until they came to us meant not a lot of action happened! The site itself is pretty run down, toddlers have to beware of nettles and thistles practically everywhere. And the toys in the play park were very tired, one rocker had a handle snapped off so would have been dangerous to use. On the plus side the few pigs we saw were clean and happy looking Will stick to roves farm in future - they have lots to do, wonderful staff and well kept grounds. Left butts farm feeling quite flat at the whole experience
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