Farm Webcams and Virtual Farm Tours
Spring is here and it’s the perfect time to see newborn lambs, sleepy kids and little piglets. Check out these cute live farm web cams and, below, some virtual farm tours.
It’s lambing season and Easter is the perfect time to tune in for newborns taking their first steps or even witness a lamb being born. A live video stream from the barn at Walby Farm Park, Cumbria https://www.walbyfarmpark.co.uk/lamb-cam/ shows a herd of ewes including north of England mules and black-and-white jacobs.
In the fields of Marlfield Farm https://www.lambwatch.co.uk/ on the border of Yorkshire and Lancashire, sheep can be seen roaming the meadow as their babies frolic. Their small flock includes UK rare breeds including the boreray and the north ronaldsay.
There are two lamb cams streaming from the barns of National Forest Adventure Farm https://www.adventurefarm.co.uk/lambing/ in Staffordshire.
The live stream from Folly Farm https://www.folly-farm.co.uk/webcams/barn-webcam/ in Pembrokeshire has been featuring a large pen of kids in the barn. Expect climbing, jumping, head-butting and eating everything in sight. The herd includes pygmy, anglo-nubian, saanen, toggenburg and Welsh mountain goats. Look closely for neighbouring sheep and donkeys.
Virtual Farm Tour
Oak Tree Low Carbon Farm produce good food all year round, with the lowest possibly carbon emissions, as a viable business – and having a good time while doing so! Click the link for a virtual tour of the farm...
For children – Virtual Farm Walk
Posted on 12 Apr 2020 by MinE Team