Whitmuir is an open farm and you are welcome to visit any day.
But we hosts many guided farm visits - from Chinese scientists finding out about small scale community supported agriculture to the humble nursery class wanting to collect eggs.
On the farm we rear beef cattle, pigs, sheep and turkeys for Christmas. We also grow vegetables and soft fruit and keep hens for eggs. We have an on-farm butchery, farm shop, production and catering kitchen and cafe.
We work closely with Whitmuir Community Benefit Society who are currently running the 2000m2 project funded by the Climate Challenge Fund and they also host a limited number of school visits and community growing and cooking sessions.
Topics for Farm Visits
Please let us know what you would like to find out more about when you come.
Fees for Farm Visits
The farm unfortunatelly does not receive any public funding for educational work and we therefore have to make a nominal charge for staff time and to cover the costs of any catering.
All the food is organic and all dietary requirements can be catered for.
As well as matching the content to meet the needs of your group, we can match your budget.
Just select from the following options: Prices also apply to children and are VAT inclusive.
The minimum number for a guided visit is 10 people (including children)
£ 5 per person - 1 hour - 1 hour farm tour - no refreshments
£10 per person - 2 hours - 1 hour presentation, tea/coffee and scone/cake with 1 hour farm tour
£15 per person - 2 hours - 1 hour presentation, tea/coffee with soup/sandwich and 1 hour farm tour
£20 per person - 3 hours - 1 hour presentation, tea/coffee with 2 course lunch and 1.5 hour farm tour
£25 per person - 3 hours - 1 hour presentation, tea/coffee with 3 course lunch and 1.5 hour farm tour