Gracehill & Galgorm WI travelled to Hillstown Farmshop at Glebe Road for their recent March meeting.
They were welcomed by Nigel Logan who talked about the 150 acre farm which has been in the Logan family for four generations.
Members heard that rare breeds of cattle and pigs, as well as sheep, chickens and goats are reared on the farm which is also home to llamas.
Avril Chapman gave the vote of thanks to Nigel while Trisha Sherrey reminded members about important upcoming Institute events.
Gillian Fraser thanked the Quiz and Bowls team members for their participation recently at the Area events and the Gracehill & Galgorm WI president, Lynda Brooks, reminded members that Galgorm Community Centre would be the venue for the next on April 10 at 7.45pm when the guest speaker will be Frank McCooke who will deliver a talk on the topic of gardening.