You live in a beautiful part of the world, thank you for sharing your photos with us!
I would like to tell you a little about the beautiful Causeway Coast and Glens region. It is located on the northern coast of Ireland, about 50 miles from Belfast. Along the coastline you find rugged, rocky cliff faces interspersed with long golden sandy beaches and inland the fields, hills and glens (valleys) are green, providing excellent grazing for livestock. To learn more about the region please visit: www.visitcausewaycoastandglens.com
There are plenty of attractions in the area such as the Giant's Causeway a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Dunluce Castle, Carrick-A-Rede Rope Bridge and Bushmills Distillery where you can get guided tours of the world's oldest licensed whiskey distillery. They also do tastings. The nearby cities are Belfast and Derry/ Londonderry.
You mention that you would be interested in visiting a couple of farms when you are in Ireland and here are a couple of options should you come up to the Causeway Coast and Glens.
Broughgammon Farm in Ballycastle is proud to be part of the Économusée, or ‘working museum’ network in Northern Ireland. As part of this they offer our hour-long ‘farm to fork’ tour to take you on a journey through their artisan food business. You can see the kid goats and bull calves on the farm and learn their story as to how they go from waste product to sustainable food source.
Broighter Gold in Limavady produce rapeseed oil and are also part of the Economusee network. They are very happy to give tours of their farm, pressing area and farm shop.
The River Bush Salmon Station in Bushmills will give tours if contacted in advance. They also sell fishing licences. You also have a few options should you like to take a fishing boat trip out of Portrush or Portstewart Harbour, to see what you can catch! Award winning Causeway Foodie Tours also do an excellent food and drink tour by bus accompanied by lots of sampling!
I hope you enjoy planning your forthcoming trip.