At Hyden Farm we produce food that is natural and good with the environment in our forethoughts.

Nothing added. Nothing removed. Just traditionally farmed produce.




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Hyden Farm Originals

Hyden Farm Lane




Tel: 02392 632683

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Schools - come and find out about farming!

Traditional Farming. Traditonal teaching. Simple!

We really love having schools out to the farm to visit and experience what goes on at Hyden Farm.
We strongly believe that informing the next generation about
the importance of food production and sustainability is vital for the future.


If our children are fully aware of where food is produced and how it gets to their plates, and how making the right choices is so important,then they will be empowered to make good decisions in the future.

 We have hosted visits for a number of schools, with children aged from 6-13. These visits have been organised and coordinated in conjunction with

the countryside trust 


the Sustainability Centre.

However, feel free to get in contact, directly if you prefer! or with Beth 07881893663



A visit begins with a welcome talk and a quick chat about health and safety.

  • We then take a tour of all the animals.
  • the children get to feed the pigs and collect the eggs.
  • We will take the children on a tractor ride too.
  • Activities will be finalised in discussion with the teacher but can include
  1. cooking;
  2. grain crushing
  3. 'milking' Daisy our wooden cow
  4. wool acgtivity 


We have a barn area for eating in or the children can picnic outside on the bales. We have facilities to make hot drinks as well as a loo and handwashing.

We aim to inspire discussion about the farm, and farming and what the children think and know about the different types of farming that exist. We encourage questions and can finish the day with a quiz to see how much they have remembered!
 Its also good to challege their ideas about food production and get them to think more deeply about where the foods they eat might come from, and what animals
provide them, and how.


We want to enable you to make the visit fit your subjects and curriculum - so let us know what you hope to achieve and we will aim to tailor your visit to ensure you get the best from it!

 If you would like to get in contact with us to discuss a possible visit and receive an information pack, do get in touch at and put School Visit in the subject heading.




Our school visits are FREE for the first 25 bookings taken

and then are £100 for the visit as a flat fee.

allour visits run from 10-2pm.(Nurserys 10-12)

(pease ask if you need to adjust this as we will do our best to fit you in!)
 We hope to see you at the farm soon!


School Visits so far in 2016!

We have just hosted an International School with students from, well everywhere! They were a delight and really enjoyed feeding our pigs, touring the farm and digging in the ground to find out how important our soil is and how much it supports our eco sysytems.

We are now looking forward to welcoming a group of year 1 students from Ditcham Park school who are due to visit in a couple of weeks. We have a day of activities lined up and hope that they will have lots of fun!

We have really enjoyed hosting visits for lots of children this summer.

I so enjoyed showing the Bedhampton Methodist Play Group around the farm in July. They made some fantastic wooly sheep and really enjoyed the tractor ride and collectig the eggs.We really look forward to seeing them again in the new School term.

Clanfield Juniors came down on two separate days in July, from their residential stay at the Sustainability Centre. They proved themselves to be excellent cooks and all enjoyed eating the scrambled Guinea Fowl Eggs they made. They also tried some different olis and worked out which was from a crop grown here in Hampshire (Rape Seed Oil). The children and I also learned that pigs do not like celery to which they turned their noses away! However with a bit of clever maths they did work out that our two pigs will eat 2184kg of pig feed in one year! Wow they really are pigs!

Im looking forward to the next visit scheduled for 28th July with a holiday play scheme.

If you think your school/playroup/Cubs/Brownies or Beaver club would enjoy a visit then do please get in touch with Me, Beth on 07881893663 or via the website or simply by email at

We look forward to seeing you soon!


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