Glengarry Dairy Farm


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Enjoy a rare chance to visit a working dairy farm and learn the inside story of the dairy sector, with cows and calves in the paddock alongside.

Steve and Andrea Goldsack run 230 cows on around four hundred acres, and the welfare of their herd is the top priority. Their cows are milked three times every two days during spring, summer and autumn, and rested over winter.

Join them for a tour of the farm and learn about what happens to milk after it’s collected by the milk tanker, and the dairy products it’s turned into for the national retail market.

Please note the last tour is at 2pm daily, due to milking.

 

 

 

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