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Middle Farm is a 625 acre family dairy farm,with a prize-winning herd of beautiful Jersey cows. There is an extensive farmshop (est.1960)with its own deli,butchery(selling Middle Farm beef,rose veal, pork and lamb) and farmhouse kitchen bakery. A warm country welcome awaits you in the "Plough Monday" family restaurant.
Middle Farm is also home to the unique National Collection of Cider and Perry, the largest collection of it's kind anywhere in the World, where free tastings come as standard. Milking is open to the public daily at around 3.30, there are play areas indoors and out, and a farm trail.The "Skies and Scarecrows" giftshop can provide all manner of useful souvenirs as a mementoes of your visit.

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