About Ballachrink Farm

Still very much a working farm, Ballachrink is run by Frank and Val Teare.

We have a herd of 60 suckler cows and a flock of 250 breeding ewes. We also have a small herd of pedigree Aberdeen-Angus cattle.

cows and sheep in fields behind bungalow cows in a field

Calving starts at the end of February and usually goes on until May.

Lambing takes place in April and May when the days are getting longer and the weather is warmer.

cows in a field sheep in a field

The calves and lambs that are produced at Ballachrink are fattened on the farm and once ready for market are sold locally.

view of farm buildings from field dogs in a landrover

Grass is cut and baled during the summer months for winter feed and grain is grown to feed our cattle and sheep through the winter.

view of field with tractor and bales farm buildings set in fields

A few hens keep us supplied with fresh eggs.

The self-catering bungalow has been holiday accommodation for 15 years and we have been running the B&B for 4 years.

Ramsey bay entrance to farm from main road

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