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Animal Quackers

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Gemma G wrote a review Nov 1
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I took my children here for Halloween. On arrival we was greeted by farmer Terry, who is bubbly, funny and interacted well with the children. We were given a specific time to go so there were no queues. The children really enjoyed looking at and petting all the animals. Animal quackers went to great lengths to make sure social distancing was maintained at all times this made me and my family feel safe I would definitely go again
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Alana H wrote a review Oct 2020
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The pumpkin event was absolutely lovely, just what our kids needed. Extremely organised and fun for all. Farmer terry was amazing and someone who obviously loves his job and that shines through.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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LS90s wrote a review Oct 2020
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Really sad to see the way the animals are living at the hands of the owners. It is incredibly badly run, not covid safe (ques are silly big, all penned in to one large area). The person who I assume runs the farm running around shouting to staff and customers, which was really off putting. I hate giving a bad review to a small business but this was exploiting and mistreating the poor animals. The reindeer, dogs and raccoons were going berserk in their small pens. The goats were in a pen far too small for the amount in there, the hawk had left large bones with blood and guts on them (upsetting for small children). You can’t pet any animals unless you pay £5 extra to pet meerkats who were huddled into a corner under one small lamp. Saw many parents struggling massively with prams/buggies which is not mentioned on the site that it might be hard if you choose to bring one. Gutted I gave my money to this business but I just didn’t expect what we saw.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Benno111 wrote a review Oct 2020
Manchester, United Kingdom8 contributions6 helpful votes
Really grim. Piles of rubbish all over the place, loose wires over paths and trip hazards everywhere. Certainly not somewhere you could let kids run around safely. The animals are all in dirty, small pens. They don't look happy or well cared for. We spent most of our time in queues and the carpark was so busy we were told to block others cars in. The queues didn't seem covid safe and the crowds weren't safely managed. Definitely won't be going again.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Matt d wrote a review Sep 2020
Selby, United Kingdom50 contributions21 helpful votes
Visited here today with family. All adults apart from the two grandchildren eldest 3 years old. It's cheap at a fiver but needs serious investment. The car park is awful. No organisation at all. Just get where you can. The farm itself is poor to say the least. The granddaughter enjoyed it but she doesn't understand at only 3. The animals are not kept well. There were two donkeys in a field with a full rubbish bin which had overflowed and rubbish including glass was on the floor. Also what looked like the some rubbish had recently been burned in the field. Not good at all. They are trying I suppose and the staff are friendly and helpful but it's just not good enough as far as animal care is concerned.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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