Cloncannon Biofarm is an excellent model for working with nature in organic food production. The farm plays host to cows and calves, beef animals, poultry, goats and honeybees while they also grow their own vegetables and soft fruits.
Visitors can share in their knowledge and skills in a fun ramble around the farm. Wildlife Tours are on offer aswell as opportunities for wildlife studies of woodland/hedgerow, stream/pond and wild meadows.
The farm has some very interesting built heritage features such as the Ring Fort, Old Stone Creamery and Old Stone Dwelling. The stories associated with these historic sites are relayed to the curious visitors.
The visitor can explore the Eco Log residence and be informed about the sustainabilty principles at Cloncannon Biofarm. At the end of the tour the visitor understands what is being expressed in the three leafed Clover Logo - Health- Nature- The Future. Refreshments and toilet facilities on site.
There is an array of local activities close to Cloncannon Biofarm. Moneygall (President Obama's Ancestral home); Roscrea Heritage Town; Cloughjordan Ecovillage; Nenagh Castle and Genealogy Centre; Shanballyedmond Court Tomb, Rearcross; McNamara Self Catering Cottages Killascully and Holycross Abbey.