Murray’s Farm

Murray's Farm is owned by Gareth, Christina and Yvonne Murray who are taking part in Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend for the first time this summer. The poultry farm supplies Moy Park and there will be the opportunity to view the chickens from the viewing gallery as well as a host of other family…

Mossbrook Farm

We are pleased to welcome Mossbrook Farm, home to Farm House Treats, as a new farm host participating in their first Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend! This dairy and sheep farm is near Carryduff, Co Down. Visitors will be able to meet the animals as well as guest alpacas coming from the Mourne Mountains.…

Churchview Farm

We are pleased to welcome new farm host, Churchview Farm, Ballyward, Co Down, run by UTV Rare Breed star, Geoffrey Ringland and his family. The farm is located between Banbridge and Castlewellan and is a goat and potato farm. Visitors will be able to meet the award-winning goats up close as well as the kids.…

Drumrammer Farm

We are pleased to welcome back Drumrammer Farm, a dairy and sheep farm outside Ahoghill in County Antrim. Run by Victor Turtle and his family, the farm is between Randalstown and Ahoghill. Home to 500 cows, the herd is mainly Holestein along with some Jersey and Ayrshire cattle. The cows are milked with Lely robots…

Walls Farm

We are pleased to welcome on board the Walls Farm, a beef and sheep farm near Bryansford in County Down. Keep visiting this page for further details of activities planned for this farm during Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend 2016.

Blackberry Hill Farm

Blackberry Hill Farm, based outside Banbridge, County Down will once again be open for visitors this summer. The farm is run by Harry McGaffin and have taken part in several Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend events. The Livestock & Meat Commission will be cooking delicious beef dishes during the weekend. There will also be baby…

Broughgammon Farm

Broughgammon Farm are obsessed with providing the best quality, tastiest produce fresh from our small farm in Co.Antrim, Northern Ireland. We set up the farm back in 2011, when we saw that a majority of male kid goats born to the dairy industry were being put down at birth. This seemed such an unnecessary waste…