Educational Access Site

Rosuick Farm

County : Cornwall

What there is to see and do :

Rosuick is an organic mixed farm which has been traditionally farmed by the same family since 1750’s. It offers a purpose built barn with toilets, eating and teaching area and a giant sand pit and play area. Wide variety of habitats and animals. Includes a large area of heathland grazed by Welsh Black Cattle. Living alongside the traditional farm animals are a trekking herd if Bactrian Camels.

Farm activities
Farm walk Workshops – Wool, Wood, Bees, Cob, Bio Mass Boiler Trailer rides Giant sand pit and play area

Flower-rich grassland, Ponds, Wetlands, Hedgerows, Dry stone walls, Heather moorland, Heathland, Wodlands, Intensive grassland, Arable

Toilets, Disabled toilet, Wet-shelter available, Surfaced paths, Picnic area, Teachers information pack, Farm facts leaflet

Area of outstanding natural beauty Site of special scientific interest Unusual animals - Bactrian Camels, Wallabies, Rheal – diversification Mixed farm – Beef, Sheep, Pigs, Poultry

Conservation on farm
Organic – no fertilisers, extensively farmed Mixed farming Mature hedges Wildlife ponds Wetland management Breeding ground for bats/ swallows/ owls etc Tree planting

Archaeological or Landscape features
Cornish Heathland Organic

Other information

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Access end date
30 November, 2018

Information Last Updated
26 May, 2009

To Arrange a visit

If this site is of interest, please contact Mr C R Oates on telephone number 01326 231302 to arrange a visit.