The farm has more than 800 goats of various breeds with heritage originating from Minnesota in the United States.
Located at Lim Chu Kang in the Kranji Countryside area, you'll almost forget your're still in Singapore amidst the lush greenery and open spaces of the coutryside.
It feels great to getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city once in a while!
At Hay Dairies, you'll be able experience what it is like to operate a farm in Singapore.
You're free to walk around the farm premises to watch the goat milking process, feed the goats, or just observe them.
Bookings are not required for groups of less than 10.
You can purchase Alfalfa hay to feed the goats. You get quite a big bag for $5. The hay comes from the United States and is high in protein, minerals, and free from Genetically Modified Organism (GMO).
Milking of the goats take place daily from 9am till around 10:30am, so it's recommended that you come within this timing to catch this.
You're free to walk around the goat pens to feed or pet the goats. They're really friendly!
Goats feeding on hay.
You'll see goats of all age and sizes, ranging from young ones to the more mature ones. Here's a few of the older goats. The young ones tend to be more active.
The Children's Corner where you can learn all about goats.
There's a rest area with lots of seating available so parents can stop for some snacks or some fresh goat's milk.
Make sure you try the goat's milk. Straight from the farmers and it's really creamy!
It'll be good, we promise 😊
3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4
Farm operating hours
Monday, Wednesday-Sunday: 9am-4pm
Farm is closed on Tuesdays except public holidays
Goat milking session is from 9am-1030am
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