A HEREFORDSHIRE farm park is hoping for a successful summer ahead, a year after its opening.

Yatton Farm Park, based in the hamlet of Yatton, near Leominster offers a chance to get back to nature and see a variety of farm animals.

Set up by the Swain family in July 2021, the farm allow visitors to share in the joy of their livestock and hopefully see the frolicking baby animals first-hand.


Baby animals being welcomed to Yatton Farm Park

Baby animals being welcomed to Yatton Farm Park


Spring has been a busy time down on the farm with the birth of new friends for people to visit.

So far the farm has welcomed lambs, baby pygmy amd boar goats, chicks, ducklings, baby giant rabbits, piglets and a Hereford calf.


The cost of living crisis has hit the farm as it has with most, but it is confident that it can ride out the storm and have a great summer.

Thanks to the response they received last year the family will now extend opening hours from weekends only to Thursday to Sunday between now and the end of September.

Dan Hurcomb of Yatton Farm Park said: "When we first came up with the idea of Yatton Farm Park it was all about being a sensibly priced day out for families who want to get out into the countryside and see cute animals first hand.

"Like every business our overheads are increasing almost daily, but thanks to the great support we have received from visitors we will continue to keep prices as low as possible."