Farming Technology Experience, Ballacricket Dairy Farm

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Farming Technology Experience, Ballacricket Dairy Farm description

Children (and their grown ups) are invited to experience a fun and informative afternoon out at Ballacricket Farm, where they will discover the new and exciting technology used in farming in the Isle of Man. This is a FREE event, all we ask is for a small donation on the day.

Ballacricket is a working dairy farm in Ronague, which has been run by the Masson family for over three generations.

If your child would enjoy a tour of the farm, a chance to meet some of the animals and to learn more about the fascinating technology used on the farm itself, then they’ll love this event.

Chaperoned by the Love Tech volunteers and farm staff, your children will have two fun-filled hours to explore the site and experience first-hand, the innovation happening right here in the Island’s farming community.

Important Information:

– Children MUST be 4 years or older to attend and children between 4 and 8 years, must be accompanied by an adult.

– Children over 8 can be left for the 2 hour window if parents are happy for them to be chaperoned by the Love Tech team.

– Children over 8 who are being dropped off, should arrive no earlier than 1:15pm for a promt start at 1.30pm and can be collected at 3:30pm. They will be well looked after by the Love Tech volunteers and farm staff on site. Adults accompanying their children MUST ALSO RESERVE A TICKET due to this event having a limited capacity.

– Ballacricket Farm is a working farm and we ask that every child in attendance respects and follows any instructions given by the Love Tech team or the farm staff.

– Children should bring their drink in a reusable drinks bottle.

– Toilet facilities are available on site.

– Wipes and antibacterial wash will be provided.

For full terms and to secure FREE tickets, click here.


Heading from the airport towards Castletown direction, take a right at the roundabout which is the nearest roundabout just ahead of you, after King William’s College. Continue on past the petrol station on the right. Now turn right at the next mini roundabout and continue straight through the traffic lights until you get to the next right turn (sign posted to Ballasalla). Continue through the village and follow the signs for Peel (A2). Follow this onto the B42 and turn right at the converted chapel (T-Junction). Travel 200 yards on the A27 and keep right onto the B39. Continue on past the white house on the left, then take the next lane signposted Ballacricket BB and continue on past the Bungalow to the house and farm.


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Ballacricket Dairy Farm in Ronague, Castletown