Farming World’s equipment will go up for sale at an auction at the end of the month.
A range of farming antiques, catering equipment, machinery, play and educational equipment and portable buildings from the now-closed attraction near Faversham will be sold off on Friday, November 29.
The sale is being held on behalf of Farming World’s owners Georgina and Darren Watson who announced they were leaving three weeks ago.
Land owner Michael Older will reopen the farm in Easter next year but wants new equipment and animals.
The auction will take place at the site in Chalky Lane, Boughton and will be run by the BTF Partnership. Highlights include:
Stuart Sillars at the BTF Partnership said: “There is a real variety of items which will be auctioned. There is no lotted catalogue so anyone interested is advised to come along on the day to see what is included in the sale.
“All purchased lots must be cleared immediately with in-situ lots by arrangement.”
Viewing will open at 10am on Thursday, November 28, and the sale starts at 10.30am the following day.
A fellow farming attraction has offered to lend a hand to Farming World by adopting a few of the animals.
Kent Life, near Maidstone, will be taking on a Shetland pony and two micro pigs.
General manager of Kent Life Emily Hirons said: “We’re very excited to be welcoming the animals. They are both friendly breeds and should fit in really well.”