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The website shows a happy goat, giving an illusion of gazing. Complete and blatant Lies! I've not seen a more horrendous sight in Singapore. All the goats - I mean all of them, including little babies, incarcerated in perforated steel cages, very small - where...More
The place is abit quiet as not many visitors. There is a Long lane in the farm where we are able to enter for free to see the young goats, touch n feed the goats.... we are able to purchase fresh goat milk (pure &...More
It is a very well organised, and well kept goat farm. I saw excitement on chilndren's faces when they fed hay to goats, especially the kids (baby goats). A must-do activity for a family with young children.
Ok, Hay dairies does not claim to be a petting zoo. Here you can learn about factory like goat milk production: many animals on small space, they stand, kneel or lay on steel a construction in their smell, some had infected knees. See it for...More
This is a very popular place for families with young kids it seems. But despite there being a lot of people here when we visited the kids still enjoyed themselves. A big bag of goat food is available for $5 and there are plenty of...More
Tucked in a secluded area in Lim Chu Kang, this is the only goat farm in Singapore which provides goat milk from the Alpine Goats from America.
Great place to visit for an educational tour with the young children at home. Systematic milking is carried...More
A perfect place to go that caters to all ages. We had adults, elderly and young kids with us.
This farm is located in a remote area of western Singapore and you will definitely need a car to get here.
The smell of the farm...More
There are few farms in Singapore and this is the only goat farm available in Singapore. The farm can be either access by a public bus you will have to walk a little to go in but it is better to drive in. You are...More
Yes . A goat farm in land scarce Singapore. It's located in Lim Chu Kang and one really needs transportation to get there . Public transportation isn't going to work well here. Nothing much to expect except for the experience in viewing how the goats...More
One of the surviving farms in Singapore, Hay Dairies Goat Farm provides great insights on the life-cycle of the goat. The farm goes in depth on the milking process too. If you are lucky, perhaps you might get a chance to get up close and...More