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toy farm for my 5 year old daughter?

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littleelf123 Sat 14-Jun-14 19:41:37

Trying to find my 5 year old daughter a good toy farm, (one that won't break in 2 seconds!) Would like it to come with animals. Don't mind spending a bit of money as this will be her 'main present'. Thanks!

stargirl1701 Sat 14-Jun-14 19:44:38


The do a stable and a barn and LOTS of animals. Amazon sell them.

A 'tuff spot' with felt and playsilks to create the farm environment? See Pinterest or Google images for ideas.

VivaLeBeaver Sat 14-Jun-14 19:44:39

Britains is the make you want I'd have thought.

EvieAndRosesMum Sat 14-Jun-14 21:23:21

What about playmobil farm? Then you could add other bits to extend it if she really likes it.

ExcuseTypos Sat 14-Jun-14 21:27:40

We had a combination if Playmobile and Britains. DDs both loved the farm and played with it for years.

HiawathaDidntBotherTooMuch Tue 01-Jul-14 09:01:10

Melissa and Doug do lovely wooden farm buildings and animals, very reasonably priced. I would really recommend them.

Look at this folding barn with animals

Schleich does a n enormous selection of animals and outbuildings, fences, farmers, tractors and all of those things, but they are very pricey. You could buy a few of them and start it as a collection. The animals start from about �2.50 for the small ones. The quality is superb though. We have lots of them.

Lovelydiscusfish Tue 01-Jul-14 18:57:48

Britains is great. I had these pieces as a child, and my interest lasted for ages because as I got older I collected them a bit. Am planning to get Britains for my dd when she is a bit older. Lots of pieces second hand on eBay, too.

GeordieLady Thu 03-Jul-14 23:25:10

I would definitely go for Britains, Schleich are much bigger and the scale of the different kinds of animals is all out of whack.

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