Monday, March 12, 2012

UK Agro Farm


Location of my one-day trip:
Plot 8, Projek Pertanian Moden Kluang, KM13,
Jalan Batu Pahat, 86000 Kluang, Johor, Malaysia.


It has the reputation of being Malaysia’s largest goat and sheep farm, with 100 acres of grazing land for 4000 sheep; a self-sufficient integrated farm practising the most modern techniques in goat and sheep rearing; along with 15 acres of passion fruit and an on-site passion fruit manufacturing station.

The receptionist and the tourguide of the day :D

4000 SHEEPS RUSHING OUT!
LOL Sounds a lil' scary.


100++ acres of land is covered with all sorts of excitement :D




This 'bus' will bring us around the farm for sight-seeing, station by station! :D


Let's have a look at the fair. Expensive, huh?



Station #1 : Milk Feeding for the little goats


Station #2 : Look at how the machine 'prepares' the food for the fellow goats.


So this is a typical Malaysian Goat. LOL. Tall, white and SUPER SKINNY!


Station #3 : Imported Goats from parts of the world.
Looks more charming and attractive, huh? :)

Station #4 : Mushroom Farm

With free-tasting of cooked organic mushroom with sweet and sour sauce

Station #5 : Souvenir Shop
A pot of plant like this costs this much!


THEY SELL CUTE BUNNIES TOO! :D
How loving they are.


Station #6 : Ostrich Farm
Grab a chance to ride on them :D


You can also ride on the cart and enjoy the scenery wherever it brings you to!


Station #7 : Herb Sanctuary
Look at the tiny, similar grasses but with all sorts of scientific names.


Station #8 : The Indigenous Village
The houses are 100% stable, and 100% made from wood and leaves.


Can you imagine how TALL is this?

It's a great place to sit back and relax :)

"Orang Asli" Performance done by the foreign labours -.-


Station #9 : Goat Milk Coffee House
Have a drink when you're tired after exploring the gorgeous place.

Station #10 : Sheep Challenge


5 young kids are allowed to enter the farm and 'catch' the goats within 10 minutes to win prizes.
Believe it or not, the goats run SUPER FAST and always stick in a group!
Nobody has ever caught them anyway.


Finally... It's Grazing Time :D


Mr. and Mrs. Goat, SEE YOU GUYS AGAIN NEXT TIME! :D

75 comments:

  1. We still finding planning on the right time to go....It's so interesting!!

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    1. hi Yee Ling, i suggest you to go on weekend so that they will show more exciting performances :)

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  2. wow, looks like quite a fun trip! i also didn't know this place existed. some of the goats look very cute! as cute as rabbits, heheh

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    1. hi Sean, yes indeed you should explore it some day :)

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  3. meeeeh meeeh meeeh, is not as cute as Fishiee the Piranha :D

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    1. hi Kianfai, oh that's for sure :P but they are unique too!

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  4. ooo, in Johor ya? at first I thought it was in UK :)

    cute goat and sheeps there!

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    1. hi Isaac, so that we malaysians can visit them anytime we want :P

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  5. I read this from a newspaper last time. looks like I'm ready to see your "friends" already after seeing your pictures of them! haha!

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    1. hi Nikel, a good relaxing place isnt it? :)

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  7. Read about it several times but it's too far away for me, guess I'll never have the chance to pay a visit there, LOL.

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    1. hi Hayley, maybe you can make it a family vacation so that your kids can enjoy next time :)

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  8. Wahhh....got so many Meh Meh...And the place looks clean too.

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    1. hi Mel, yes it is well-organized, a good one in Malaysia

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  9. This place is nice. So did you try taking the goat milk at the coffee house?

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    1. hi Sheoh Yan, yes I did, would share the experience in my upcoming post!

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  10. sheeepp! Btw, I can't differentiate the goats from the sheep x.x

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    1. hi Isabel, goats are thinner while sheep are much rounder in shape, smaller in size

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  11. oh Fish, thanks for sharing such an interesting place and I'm sure my boy will love it. I actually planning to make a visit to Johor once the Legoland is ready and this UK Farm will definitely be one of our itinerary.

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    1. hi there, Legoland and UK Farm, oh I can sense a happy family trip there :)

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  12. I haven't got the chance to visit there yet!

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    1. hi Careen, you should plan one ahead :)

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  13. oh, I know how to catch a goat.. :D.. he he he.. and I Love goats.. I would sure love this farm.. err, the cafe sell lamb chop?? :p

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    1. hi Aki, they sell goat's milk and cheese, but not lamb chop.

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  14. oh god i will visit there one day :)

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    1. hi Caro, of course you should :) let me know your experience by then

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  15. What a great place to visit. I love the houses made of sticks. Unbelievable! And what a huge herd of goats!

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    1. Hi there, glad that you love it! it can rarely be seen elsewhere actually

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  16. No free sup kambing for visitors to sample? LOL!!!

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    1. Hi Arthur, everything comes in a price, so I didnt get to try any

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  17. P.S. Interesting place. Wouldn't mind dropping by for a visit.

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  18. I go back to kluang every once a year and I've never heard of this place before!! This is so embarrassing.

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    1. Hi there, it is still quite new, but the expanding business would definitely lure you there someday :)

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  19. I was reading through this lovely post and I was wondering, did you cover the exchange rate? I want to know how much the plants in the cute pots cost!

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    1. Hi there, the cute pots are RM39.90, meaning USD $12 :)

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  20. this looks like such a fun place to visit bet kids love it thanks so much for visiting my blog

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    1. Hi Rebecca, yes it's really a place filled with joy and fun

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  21. Nice place to visit! But so far! LOL!

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    1. hi Foong, maybe you can take this as a short vacation with family :)

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  22. oh, i've heard many about this farm.. really a nice place to visit huh, looks like UK in the photo really but then i guess the weather in the realistic won't suggest that, hahaha~~

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    1. hi SK, well I don't mind coz the sunny weather makes it good to take in some fresh air there

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  23. That looks like a fun day trip. Nice to see the animals running around and grazing happily.

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  24. so syokkk! but aren't they smelly? the goat smell i mean! haha

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    1. hi Henry, it kind of stinks when I visit the herds but I'd eventually forget all these when I happily look at their cute look

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  25. I been "cheated" by the photo on the signboard. The sheep on the signboard turn into M'sia skinny goat hahaha. However it's a very nice farm trip, it surely suitable for family outing with children. Thanks for sharing that.

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    1. hi Vicky, yea it's actually some Malaysian version of UK farm, so the sheep are transformed into goats as well

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  26. Ethan would LOVE this! But I rarely go to Johor :(

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    1. hi Merryn, i suggest you to plan a family trip ahead to Johor, another land of paradise!

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  27. this place is awesome weyy! wish I have a chance to go there too! :D

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    1. hi Xue Ren, i believe you'd have your chance soon!

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  28. Looks like the place to learn about goats and such. Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Hello there, it can be considered as an educational trip too, good for kids!

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  29. Thanks for sharing...Very interesting!

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    1. hi Kitty, thanks for your compliment. Do visit it, don't you? :)

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  30. I didnt know place like this exist in Malaysia, hahaha. Will find one day to visit :D

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    1. hi Daniel, I bet it's because it is located way too far at the south, but you should explore it someday!

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  31. What cute goats!! Sounds like a lovely day.

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    1. hi Maureen, I've had tonnes of fun there :)

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  32. I saw one of my friend who is blogger went there too. So nice lah the place.. Wish could go someday =D

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    1. hi Diana, yes :) you should visit it too

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  33. wow, looks amazing! gonna bring my biatch there one day =D

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    1. hi Tony, i believe she'd love the natural environment there :)

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  34. 1st time saw "Wishing Goat" haha lol

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    1. hi Choi Yen, that's kinda cool right? :P

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  35. Ooohh I love the mushroom farm!! I don't think I ever saw a mushroom farm! ;)
    And the souvenir store seems to have lots of cute stuffs too hehe
    I love animals, I would probably jumping in joy if I'm there amongst those cute animals.


    YURI
    http://twothousandthings.blogspot.com

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    1. hi Yuri, it's really one of a kind. Nature lovers like you would definitely love this place!

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  36. oh that is too fun to see the sheep farm- so many great photos!

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    1. hi there, thanks for your compliment, and it's incredibly fun!

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  37. What a fun day you had, I would love exploring that beautiful place! I really want some passion fruit though, I cannot find any here in my hometown:-p Hugs, Terra

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    1. hi Terra, I think Malaysia has plenty of passion fruit everywhere ;)

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