CALLING ALL FOODIES! Ever wanted a hand in making the creamiest and tastiest ice cream from fresh cow milk? Do you want to know what goes on behind the scenes in Singapore's one and only frog farm?
The Singapore Young Farmers are back with more fun activities this March and April. After our adventures to the pottery jungle, organic vegetable farm and kelong, we are heading to two interesting farms for more countryside fun. Read on for more details!
The SYF team continue to scout for hidden gems in the Kranji countryside. This time, we will be bundling 3 activities in ONE to end off this year’s Next Chapter Activities on a celebratory note.
Founded in 1954, Lian Wah Hang Farm is the oldest surviving quail farm in Singapore. The trail blazing farm pioneered and introduced the caged system into Singapore, beefing up the production standards of egg production in the 1950s. The farm produces up to 45% of all the quail eggs in SIngapore!
Take a sneak peak into one of the few eggs farms in Singapore. This is the only chance you get to visit the N&N farm at Lim Chu Kang. With half a million chickens producing 400,000 eggs daily, it is indeed a rare and exclusive chance to get a glimpse of how chicken eggs are produced in Singapore!
Did you know that frogs are really just bred on fresh water and staple fish meat pellets? Explore Jurong Frog Farm with Chelsea a.k.a “The Frogologist” who will be sharing her farming insights on frog breeding. Get a sneak peak of the daily operations of the farm and indulge in yummy frog meat!
Situated in a quiet corner of Lim Chu Kang, Dairy Folks is one of the few remaining cow farms in Singapore. When it started in 1936, there were only six cows. Now, the farm boasts a hundred cows. You not only get to learn about the milking process, but you also get to make delicious ice cream from freshly produced milk!