ON SUNDAY (June 9), one of the largest organic Arla dairy farms in Wales will be throwing open its gates to the public.

From 11am to 3pm on what is known as "Open Farm Sunday", Berth Bach in Trefnant will have on display live milking, calf feeding, all manner of dairy displays, sheep, goats and ducks.

There will also be plenty of volunteers to explain every angle of “Farm to Fork”.


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In addition, there will be a treasure hunt, farm machinery, and tractor and trailer rides to the river, where there will be an agronomist explaining soil health, as well as an environmental corner with Denbigh Angling Club, showing river health and fishing.

There is no entrance charge and any profits from refreshments go to St Kentigern Hospice and Y Waen Day Care Centre.

Antony Griffith, who owns Berth Bach Farm, said: “Our farm business was set up in 2012, and we did Open Farm Sunday for the first time two years ago, expecting maybe 2-300 people.

“To our surprise, 1,300 arrived, and the lack of knowledge among the public for what we do was staggering.

“We are hoping we may get a few more this year, and all of our volunteers recognise how  important it is to engage.”