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[Cancelled] Wheels On The Bus - Ready, Set, Goat!

by Hay Dairies
9, 16, 23, 30 May • 11:30am • Lim Chu Kang
9, 16, 23, 30 May • 12:30pm • Lim Chu Kang
9, 16, 23, 30 May • 01:30pm • Lim Chu Kang
9, 16, 23, 30 May • 02:30pm • Lim Chu Kang

We kid you not. Lying on the outskirts of Singapore stands a place where more than 800 goats are bred. Here is your chance to find out more about Hay Dairies, a farm which was established in 1988.

Hay Dairies

Due to tightened safe management measures, this physical programme has been cancelled. We will be in touch with participants who had signed up, to arrange for full refunds. To find out more about the farm, check out "Behind Our Farms - A Video Documentary"!

Where does Hay Diaries procure all the hay it needs to feed its over 800 goats? How much manpower is needed to milk the animals? Why does goat milk trump cow milk?

The people behind Hay Diaries are ready to answer all your burning questions in this special tour of its grounds. While there, you might also get to witness some of the heavy-duty work that goes into running Singapore’s only goat farm.

Though the physical programmes of the Singapore HeritageFest 2021 have been cancelled, you may like to keep in touch with Hay Dairies’ activities and initiatives or even purchase their locally packaged goat products on their website beyond our annual festival.

Hay Dairies

With more than 20 years of experience in the consumer industry, Hay Dairies is the only goat farm in Singapore since 1988. This is a family owned business and was first established by Mr Hay Yak Tang in 1920, who had evolved his farm from one that used to rear ducks, chickens and pigs to the goat farm it is today just after pig farming was phased out in the 1980s. Now, the farm holds more than 800 goats and takes pride in using only the latest milking, pasteurising processes and bottling for the sale of locally produced goat's milk in Singapore.

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