The Warriner School Farm covers an area of 48 hectares (120 acres) and has both organic and non-organic livestock and crop enterprises.
Facilities: Shop, Picnic area, Play activities, Wildlife area
Open to the public?No
Open to the public - details: Variable opening hours/pre-arranged visits/events or open days only
Organised groups only except annual Lambing Weekend, Open Weekend/Open Farm Sunday when open to all. Open to community groups/school groups etc., weekdays thoughout the year. Entrance Fee at £1.50 per head (pre-school age), all other at £2.75 per head. Free p
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:
Cows (Dexter, Red Poll ), sheep (include Leicester Longwools), pigs (Gloucester Old Spots), poultry: chickens (a range of traditional breeds), geese, donkeys, goats (Anglo Nubian, Toggenburg, Saanen, Boer x).
The Warriner School Farm is at the North End of the village of Bloxham on the A361 between Banbury and Chipping Norton
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