Plenty of rabbits.
After that, we headed to a series of mini farms, starting with the duck pond. We were given some seeds before the tour to feed the ducks and chickens. They come in two different colour and I cannot quite remember which colour is for the duck and chicken respectively.
First Stop: We started off with the Feed stock Processing Centre where one can witness how the grasses are being processed for the goat and sheep. This is where the grass is blended and they are added with the vitamins and minerals in it before they are being consumed by the animals.
Goat pens; in case you are unaware, UK Farm is the largest goat and sheep farm in Malaysia and covers over 100 acres in land. How big is 1 acre? It's about 4046.86 square meters.
Therefore, i was excited to see an archway leading to a lavender garden at UK Farm in Kluang! How did they even manage to get lavender to bloom in such bloody hot weather?!
For the price of RM 47.70 per adult, i am not expecting a scale similar to Mari Mari Cultural Village at Kota Kinabalu when we dropped by Jakun Village; it's merely one of seven stops in the tour package!
Goat Feeding - first animal for us would be the goats and to do that, we were brought to the goat pens. In case you are unaware, UK Farm is the biggest goat farm in Malaysia!
I counted six different animal feeding and that doesn't include the one for the rabbits which was separately charged from the farm package; admission was free with a pack of pellets costing RM 3.00.
Lazy crested porcupines! To be fair, the information did attempt to list down the species' diet, life span, breeding period etc in four different languages; Malay, Chinese, English and Japanese.
Di sini kami diterangkan bagaimana cara memelihara,makanan yang diberikan dan cara menyusukan anak-anak kambing.Peluang yang pertama kali memberikan susu kepada anak kambing.Tak lupa juga peluang untuk memberikan kambing makan
The mini bus that took us on our farm tour. There is an in house guide that goes along with us on our tour.