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 and visitors to the farm will get to see them in action as the cows come in throughout the day.

The farm also have 60 breeding ewes that will be grazing in nearby fields.

Drumrammer Farm supplies Glanbia Cheese and samples will be available throughout the weekend. Visitors are also welcome to bring a picnic and enjoy on the farm.

On Sunday, a special Worship in Wellies service will take part in the afternoon at 5pm.

Come and visit our farm on Saturday 15th June 11am-4pm and Sunday 16th June 12noon-6pm.

If there are farm animals on your farm, should be bring anything for them?

No thank you, we would ask that you do not feed the animals.

What should we bring on the day?

Please wear appropriate footwear and outdoor clothing in case of bad weather.

Where will we be able to park?

Parking will be in fields beside the farmyard and there will be parking attendants to help you


You can contact us using the details provided below or alternatively you can complete the online enquiry form opposite:

Name: Drumrammer Farm


Email: info@openfarmweekend.com

Web: www.openfarmweekend.com

Address: Drumrammer Farm, 15 Drumrammer Road, Ahoghill, Co Antrim, BT42 2RD.



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