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We work hard to accommodate requests to visit to our farms wherever we practically can. We've learned it's one of the best ways for people to get a true feel for what we do and how we do it.


As with any working farm, it's important to take special care around farm infrastructure, both for your own safety and that of our farm teams and livestock.

Visiting one of our farms
When visiting one of our farming locations, we ask that you: 

  •       Agree the time and date of your visit in advance
  •       Refrain from visiting another farm in the 48 hours preceding your visit
  •       On arrival, follow the visitor sign-in procedure
  •       Remove all jewellery
  •       Leave behind all personal equipment that can’t be easily disinfected
  •       Wear the workwear assigned to you for your particular location
  •       Use the disinfectant handwashes and footbaths provided
  •       Stay with your designated guide throughout.

These safety and biosecurity measures apply to everyone: from the day-to-day farm teams themselves, to visiting staff, contractors, regulators, auditors, customers and any other authorised guests of Scottish Sea Farms.

Passing by one of our farms
Out on the water enjoying Scotland? You'll find our farms are located in some of the most beautiful spots. If you do pass by, remember to keep outside the buoys. 

The buoys indicate potential hazards on or under the water within our lease managed farm area. These potential hazards can include, amongst other things: 

  • An extensive mooring grid
  • Power cables that run the full length of this mooring grid
  • Ropes and other fastenings.

All of which can move up and down according to the local weather conditions. 

So keep safe, keep outside the buoys and enjoy Scotland.