Feed the chickens and check for eggs. Discuss dual-purpose (White Sussex) breed and general care. Discuss rearing chicks.
Watch the bees. Discuss all aspects of beekeeping. Try on a bee suit. Taste the honey.
Tour the fruit and nut trees. Discuss all aspects of growing , grafting and crossing apples and other fruit. See cordons, step-overs, espalier, standards. See sweet chestnut, cobs and walnuts. See a family tree with three apple varieties.
See the fruit cage and discuss.
Tour the vegetable garden. Discuss inter-cropping, perennials, pests. Enter the greenhouse and see the hotbox and its crops: early salad (March) and melons (July). See the grape (roots outside, vine inside the greenhouse).
Walk along the (planted) foraging hedge with many different types of pollen and fruit for humans / bees. See the pears grafted to hawthorn.
See the turkeys and discuss (Sep to Dec!).
See the solar panels, wood pellet boiler, smart meter. Discuss all the energy systems.
(optional) Hear some of the history of Farlands House, the dam (just above the house, built in 1900) and Hayfield village