Britains Farm Toys will support this year’s Open Farm Sunday, by gifting families with bundles of its Britains Big Farm and Britains Farm Toys ranges.

Firmly established as farming’s national open day, this year Open Farm Sunday, managed by LEAF (Linking Environment And Farming), celebrates its 10th Anniversary. On June 7 2015, over 300 farmers will open their farms so the public can see for themselves what farming is all about.

Farmers will showcase their farms in a host of different ways, from a simple farm walk through to full open days, so families can learn how our food is produced and how farmers manage the countryside; it’s a real celebration of the best of British farming for all involved.

And Britains will be lending a hand to entertain the younger visitors when they’re not busy feeding the animals, or discovering the farmland, as bundles of toys are being made available via a prize draw for all host farmers that have registered. They toys will be given away as raffle prizes, or used for children’s play areas at events. There will also be prize bundles up for grabs on the Open Farm Sunday website and social media pages too.

Britains is the UK’s leading producer of farm toys and collectibles. The Big Farm range of licensed 1:16 scale toys – is ideal for budding young farmers, featuring tractors and vehicles complete with lights and sounds, a whole host of implements and even animals! Britains Farm Toys and Britains Heritage & Collectibles range of licensed 1:32 scale models are created with keen attention to detail, featuring the latest models along with models from the past from some of the most well know names in the world of farming, including John Deere, Massey Ferguson, David Brown, Land Rover and Ford.

All TOMY toys are manufactured to the highest standards, this collection of reliable toys continues to be a family favourite, building on the heritage and core values that parents associate with TOMY. For more information on Britains Farm Toys please visit, become a fan at or follow us on @TomyToysUK.

All farmers are asked to register their event at