‪Feufield Farm‬

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biggar21 مساهمة
العائلة • مارس 2015
‪Thought i'd take friends who were staying for a look round. We didn't stay as it was pretty expensive and in our opinion not value for money. ‬
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Billy A
‪Inverbervie‬, UK204 مساهمات
العائلة • يوليو 2015
‪Looked this place up for my nephew visiting for a couple of days & checked opening times online. Arrived when it states it should be open, closed. Called, no answer. Emailed, no response. Turned up later in the afternoon, still closed. Tried again following day on the off chance, closed! Tried looking for someone to ask when opened - not a single person around.

I would suggest they deeply consider how they're running the place - not impressed! ‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 سبتمبر 2015
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اسكتلندا, UK7 مساهمات
الأصدقاء • أغسطس 2014
‪The best way to experience Feufield's animals, without having to endure overpriced cups of feed, downtrodden staff, unruly animals, snarling dogs, poorly fenced enclosures, dreadful caterwaulings that are meant to be opera singing and a general give us all your money and then leave attitude, would be to admire them from your car whilst driving past slowly.....and keep on driving!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 يوليو 2015
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Ian R
إدنبرة, UK248 مساهمة
العائلة • أكتوبر 2014
‪After a disappointing visit to Carmichael Visitor Centre, we found this beautiful place completely by chance. Although actually closed (there was an 'Open' sign outside!) a very nice lady spent a good 45 minutes showing us and our two grandaughters around the sanctuary, explaining in great detail the circumstances of every animal. The girls were fascinated by all the birds and rabbits but were particularly taken by the goats and llamas. It was a beautiful day and such an idyllic spot - would thoroughly recommend a visit to anyone who loves animals the way that the owners obviously do.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 15 أكتوبر 2014
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Craig H
‪Peebles‬, UK179 مساهمة
العائلة • أغسطس 2014
‪This is not a great place to visit. It is awkwardly designed and hard to get round. There's a small track/yard you can access freely where they have pens with chickens and ducks but apart from that it's really unclear where else you can go.

When we visited there was a very enthusiastic young man who did his best to guide us around, but he had to leave us with the ducks for about 20 minutes while he took some other visitors on a 'llama walk'. Eventually he got back and let us into a large field with the llamas and rheas (large birds that look like ostriches). Again it wasn't clear where we could go next, or whether it was even safe for small kids - I remember seeing rheas in Edinburgh Zoo and there they are firmly fenced off from the public.

We wondered across the field and found some goats and a horse in enclosures on the far side. The young man tracked us down again and this time took us into the field with the goats. Again he was full of enthusiasm and did tell us some interesting information about the animals. But then he saw another car driving in and had to dash off again.

All in all a very confusing experience and it is crying out for clearer (preferably fenced off) walking routes and as a bare minimum some decent signage.

The toilet facilities are disgusting - a portaloo that clearly hadn't been cleaned in ages. The cafe is small and very basic. There is a tiny play area by the car park but it was surrounded in mud.

On the plus side the kids did enjoy feeding the animals and seeing the llamas. But that was the only plus side.

I do appreciate that this is charity and they do very positive things for the animals they rescue and care for, presumably on very tight resources. For that they are to be commended. But I am reviewing this as a visitor attraction and on that basis it is very poor.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 سبتمبر 2014
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scotland86 مساهمة
العائلة • يوليو 2014
‪We were all very pleasantly suprised to enjoy ourselves so much here- admitedly it was a beautiful sunny day. The 2 young men who showed us round were enthusiastic and very knowledgable- it was a pleasure being taken round. They were very safety aware- telling us where to walk and not to stick fingers in front of mouths etc. The llamas were beautiful and we were really close to them which was a real treat.

I really recommend this place to see animals being well treated and looked after.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 يوليو 2014
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جلاسكو, UK8 مساهمات
‪I'll tell you what's shocking, not the "completely shocked" review, but the unsympathetic review entitled " a must for animal lovers", which I am sure will be treated as hurtful by the family concerned. It is clear from the photograph this was more than a nip - show it to other friends with young children and gauge their reaction - one of your friends has already decided against going as a result. I believe whole heartedly in what Feufield farm are trying to do, which I unreservedly applaud, but however altruistic the venture, this does not alleviate the responsibility for providing a clean, safe environment, including adequate first aid provision where it is open to the public. We experienced the walk past the snarling Rhodesian Ridgebacks as well, and I can tell you we were unnerved and worried they might get out. They are fortunate the HSE or injury lawyers haven't been involved.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 12 يونيو 2014
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Donald G
جلاسكو, UK6 مساهمات
زوجان • مايو 2014
‪First let me state that this is a fantastic charity and one I recommend to anyone. In fact I strongly recommended this charity to a friend of mine just the other day and they were going to come until the read the previous review "left completely shocked".
I feel like I must correct much of what was written in the review as a lot of it is either false or missing important details. I visited Feufield with my wife on the same day that the family with the nipped child did, and it was clearly a nip from what I saw. Also not only did the child get lots of biscuits but the farm workers even brought down the pony and she spent some time brushing him, hardly the actions of a traumatised child that the mother wants to make out. I feel like the people at feufield did all they could to make up for the accident and should be commended for it.
Also, there ARE areas to wash your hands, both myself and my wife used the on site toilets located next to the cafe, there was even hand sanitizer in the shop.
If you only spent ten minutes on the farm I can understand why you would think the pricing was high but in all honesty you could spend a good few hours there on a nice day and it would be much cheaper than going to the cinema for instance.
Speaking of weather I would advice people to try and come on a good day because it is a farm, not a zoo. There are lots of animals walking about freely and while some are noisy I would not call them aggressive, just animals being animals.
Lastly I must come to the defense of the poor llamas, the idea anyone could think they would be scary or bad to be around is ludicrous, they just have a look at you then walk past you, it is quite a privilege to get up so close to such gorgeous animals.

Its a shame so much of this review has been against another, and I am sorry for the child being hurt and can understand the parent being in shock but this small animal charity deserves much more credit than it has receiving.
We will be back, and from the conversation we had with an other family we met there we wont be the only ones.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 مايو 2014
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Emma R
إدنبرة, UKمساهمتيْن
العائلة • مايو 2014
‪When I arrived, at lunchtime on a bank holiday, with my husband and our 2 year old and 6 year old daughters - we were the only visitors there. I expected it to be busier, but tried to remain optimistic when an enthusiastic young man greeted us. It was also a lot smaller than I expected it to be. We bought 4 cups of feed at the shop, for the animals on the way round and we set off (£1.50 each for a little cup of feed seemed a bit steep but it was for a charity so I didn’t mind). We were given instructions to go across the bridge, up to the back gate, through the gate (into the Lamas enclosure!!) and see the horse and other animals at the other side. So went passed some chickens, geese & a crazy dog that kept barking aggressively through the gate at my children, went over the bridge to encounter 2 very hostile geese, my 2 year old little girl tried to feed them but they began to hiss then charged at her, she got such a fright & we had to pull her out of the way to avoid them attacking her. My eldest daughter loves horses and has ridden in the past so we made our way up to the top field (through the lamas field which made me very nervous, but that was where we were told to go) up to the horse, 'Billy'. My husband & two daughters posed at the fence to have their picture taken with 'Billy' when he reached over the fence and sunk his teeth into the side of my 6 year olds face! My husband had to actually pull it's mouth open to release my daughters face - This came as a complete shock to her, as she was looking at me for the photo. Needless to say she was very upset. It left her with an injury around 5cms in size, a firey red ring, with teeth marks which had drawn a fair amount of blood (picture attached). This was the last straw for me and I wanted to take my children as far away from this farm as possible. We were asked to wait for a nurse to arrive, she was very pleasant but had no equipment and with a sparsely stocked first aid kit, belonging to the farm, my daughters wound was cleaned

I am a volunteer at a charity local to me and I completely understand that Feufeild Farm want to provide an appropriate home for rescue animals, this is to be admired and given their charity status they require funding (including visitor fees) to do so but I feel the animals we visited certainly did not appreciate visitors and child safety should be paramount. Additionally, after feeding the animals there was no where to wash the childrens hands, which strikes me as unhygienic and unsafe.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 6 مايو 2014
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جلاسكو, UKمساهمة
أبريل 2014
‪I can't believe I had never heard of this place before!
It's not massive but we spent over an hour wandering about and could easily have spent longer. We saw lots of animals there starting with the smaller ones (rabbits and guinea pigs) all the way up to goats and llamas, and we LOVED the goats, they are super friendly and were free to roam about with us.
The young guy that showed us about was really nice to, told us lots of fun stories and really made a connection with the animals, they have 10 year old chickens there! Anyone that has kept chickens before knows how impressive that is.
Really cannot speak highly enough, a wonderful small charity that really cares for its animals and us human visitors to.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 أبريل 2014
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