This place is plainly put, spectacular! If in anything at all, this is a must for any tourist visiting Kundasang. The weather here can get a bit odd with raining expected most of the time due to its proximity to the mountains. Witness how the cows are milked by machines or try out the fresh milk and ice cream they have on the counters in the main office, and if you are lucky, you may even get to feed the calves and the kids (young goat) in a small pen located behind the main building - directions provided by signage. Some further advice would be to bring along a poncho raincoat as umbrellas would be literally flown inside out due to the unpredictable wind speed here. And if you're feeling charitable to help maintain the tourist attraction, there's a small corner in the main building selling souvenirs in the form of T-shirts, fridge magnets, key chains and mugs. The downside to the whole trip is the poor road condition feeding into the farm. It isn't paved and is full of potholes and rocks ranging from the size of pebbles to that of a golf ball, while some may even have sharp edges so drive extremely slow (especially when it rains) when you are headed this way to avoid any unwanted mishaps from happening e.g. punctured tyres.
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