I have lots of fond memories of “carpet farming.” My brothers owned lots of toy tractors and kept up with dad throughout the seasons. We would often create villages with different building blocks and the main economic driver was, of course, the farm.
But having a life-like field would’ve brought our play to another level!
That’s exactly what Padraic Cuddy discovered when his three-year-old son Tommy asked him to create a realistic toy field for grazing his farm animal figurines. Padraic is the owner of Class Grass Ireland, which supplies superior quality synthetic grasses to the Irish market. Padraic took Tommy’s idea and launched Field toys.
With its realistic fields, hedges, and wooden gates, kids who love playing with miniature farm animals and vehicles can immerse in playing “farm life” and imagine riding for the blue ribbon. Little ones will have a blast playing with grazing cattle, shepherding animals around the field, tending to a designated plot of farm land with the miniature tractor, and so much more. The Field is highly versatile and is only limited by a child’s imagination. Kids can also use it as fairy gardens, equestrian arenas, toy camping or picnicking as well as playing with soccer or football miniatures, legos, car parking, and much more.
The Field Toy can be used indoors, or outside, for hours of turning imaginations into reality. Each field comes with animal figures, a tractor and trailer and even arrives with a Certificate of Title, so there is no doubt as to who owns this tiny plot of creative fun! Available in two sizes: the original Field, 26” x 17” as well as a Half Acre Field, 12” x 17”.
The Field and Half Acre Field are both available on Amazon. Follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Insta
My friends at Field Toys have graciously agreed to give a free field to one lucky follower! I love that other kids can experience the fun of carpet farming….er, with an upgrade!
To enter: Head over to my Facebook page. 1. Like the post announcing the giveaway. 2. Comment with the first name of the little future farmer you would gift the Field Toy to.