Hay Dairies Pte Ltd
3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4
Singapore 718859
  +65-6792-0931

  www.haydairies.com.sg
  9 am - 4 pm (Mon, Wed to Sun)
  Free for individual and families <20 pax

Hay Dairies Pte Ltdis a goat farm with about 1000 goats of mixed breeds. It has the latest milking, pasteurising, homogenising and bottling machines. The farm produces very fresh milk and sells directly to its customers. They also provide home delivery services.

Tours: Educational Farm Tour for a group of 20 or more people, please check their website for further information.

History: In 1920, Mr Hay Yak Tang came to Singapore at the age of 16. After some jobs other than farming, he started his own hatchery. Subsequently, he bought a 16-acre plantation in Punggol and started Yak Seng Hay Farm to rear ducks, chickens and some pigs. From there, he bred his own chickens as layers, and sold chicks from his own farm.

By the 1970s, he had switched to pig farming. Breeders were imported from the US, and as the business expanded, eight of his eleven sons were involved in the day-to-day operations. In the next 10 years, Hay's farm held 20,000 pigs, had over 30 workers, and became one of the biggest suppliers of pork to the local market.

In the early 80s, pig farming was phased out in Singapore. With help from the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority - AVA (formerly known as the Primary Production Department - PPD), Hay Dairies developed goat farming as an alternative livelihood. The AVA gave the Hays contacts in the US, and with the import of the first batch of Alpine, Nubian, Toggenburg and Saanen goats, on 31st December 1988, the Hays became goat farmers.

Goats belong to a family of animals called Caprines. Goats produce milk for consumption. Their milk can also be made into cheese, soap, beauty creams, lotions etc. The goats at Hay Dairies belong to the family of goats known as Dairy Goats, which are domesticated and kept for milk production. There are 5 types for Dairy Goats: Alpine, Nubian, Saanen, Toggenburg and La Mancha.

Address: 3 Lim Chu Kang Lane 4, Singapore 718859.

Bus Stop Number 34021 & 34019: Service 975 (Loop service from Bt Panjang Bus Terminal).

You may also take the Kranji Countryside Express bus from Kranji MRT station to Hay Dairies Goat Farm, visit this website for more details.

Information is correct as at 19 July 2015. Please visit the destination website for latest updates.