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The Butts Farm Rare Breeds, South Cerney

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  • My children are all grown up and so I haven't had the excuse to go here for over 15 years. But I had a small child to entertain and was in the area. It was as good as I remember - a small, working rar...  more »
  • Rustic little working farm, (a little run down to be honest), but the animals seem looked after. Children can feed the lambs, milk the goats, feed the chickens and cuddle the rabbits. The little pigle...  more »
  • Took my grandchildren for the second time. Ages 3 and 8 months. We stayed hours and there was so much to do. We all enjoyed it. Loved milking the goats, feeding the lambs, being chased by the piglets ...  more »
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  • Wery nice little place. Closer to a "real" than to an "entertainment" farm. Can get up close to animals and there is a fairly new playground apart from the cafe and shop.
  • A disappointing visit; £12 for myself and a toddler (baby went free), but we spent only just over an hour there. The scheduled 'events' were unengaging: 'goat-milking' featured watching one guy milk the goat with no discussion until I asked a question about one of the other animals. He didn't even speak to my 2-year-old to explain what he was doing or tell us about the goat, even though we were the only people there. We waited 10 minutes past the due time for 'bottle feeding', which my daughter was really excited about, then got bored waiting as no-one showed up to do it (there were a few other visitors there by this time too). The play park was fun for her, but I certainly wouldn't travel to the farm and pay good money just to access a kids park! This was a real shame as we only live 7 minutes away, so with two growing children we would certainly have been frequent visitors. We won't be returning.
  • Kids loved the farm and the butchers have great selection.
  • A bit pricey but a good visit
  • Was a bit of a pain to park but its ok