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Slemish Farm Tours

35 Kilnacolpagh Road, Aughafatten, County Antrim, BT42 4LN
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Discover the heart of Northern Ireland farming and gain an insight into a rural life that flourishes. This sustainable working farm is nestled under the shadow of Slemish Mountain.

This is an authentic farm tour experience on a real working stock farm- a perfect day out with a difference! Visitors will be reconnected with a knowledge of where food comes from and how a working farm functions. We aim to provide an enjoyable experience and lasting memory.

Meet our 2 and 4 legged family in the this truly unique opportunity to find out what daily farming life is like in Ulster. Hear about our farming family of 6 generations at The Caseyend Farm, past and present farming methods, where the past feels as close as the present! Each season varies on the farm, so depending on when you visit, experiences will be diverse.

Enjoy the yarn and craic known customary to the Braid Valley area. As well as a welcoming atmosphere you will experience the smell of home baking on a traditional farmhouse griddle. You will have the opportunity to watch or participate in making 100 per cent natural soda bread and potato farls on a charming AGA stove. Tasting the warm breads with Northern Irish butter is a must!!!!

After your farm visit you will return to Rae’s kitchen for another cultural experience - sampling Northern Ireland cuisine! The menu will consist of Ulster produced beef, lamb, potatoes and free range eggs fresh from the Caseyend farm. A culinary delight not to be missed!!

You will be given the printed recipes to take home to remake them in the comfort of your own home kitchen.

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