Plano App

Managing kids screen time is becoming a real concern for many parents. We want to share a great mobile app with you: plano helps make sure kid’s smart device use is safe, healthy and balanced. The plano app also monitors myopia risk factors in young children, and was created with the support of two of the world’s leading eye institutions, the Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI) and Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC).

You can find our offerings in the plano shop too 😊

NTUC FairPrice Promotion!

Want to know where to buy our FROZEN Frog Legs and get our Jurong Frog Farm ‘Go Green’ recycling bag FREE?

We have a Promotion going on right now! Buy every 2 packets of Frozen Frog Legs at selected NTUC FairPrice Supermarket outlets and get 1 Jurong Frog Farm ‘Go Green’ Recycling Bag for FREE.


You can find this promotion available at the Selected NTUC Fairprice supermarkets over here:

AMK Hub Hypermarket Fairprice Xtra

53 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3, #B2-26, Ang Mo Kio Hub, 569933

Toa Payoh HDB Hub Fairprice

500 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, #B1-32/#01-33, HDB Hub, 310500

Bedok Mall Finest

311 New Upper Changi Rd, B2-60 Bedok Mall, 467360

Century Square FairPrice Finest

2 Tampines Central 5, #B1/07/08/17, Century Square, Century Square, 529509


Look out for this sign at the Seafood Section of the supermarket and grab your Frozen Frog Now!



To find out other NTUC FairPrice outlets* that carry our Fresh Frog Meat and Frozen Frog Legs, please click on this link:


Go Green Go Local! While Stocks Last!

*other outlets may carry our Fresh Frog Meat or Frozen Frog Legs but are not part of the promotion as stated above.

Kampung Spirit!

Kampung Spirit article

It’s great to have neighbours! JFF is very closely knitted with other farms here in the countryside, and this keeps our kampung spirit alive!!

Read about our kampung spirit very much thriving in LCK on The Straits Times today (Home, B10)!! Online version here.

“A Leap of Faith” in The ALUM NUS

Always grateful to my Alma Matar, National University of Singapore, which has exposed me to the challenges of modules from different faculties during my education there; later able to solve more complicated issues in the School of Life; and for being the impetus in my desire to join JFF right after graduation.

Also a heartfelt thank you to the many valuable friendships made with lecturers and the fellow classmates from all the different tutorials and the opportunities which has since opened up to me as a graduate from NUS.

Lastly thank you for featuring my humble story in a frog farm in this Issue 96 of Alumni Magazine.

Much Gratitude,
Chelsea the Frogologist



Frogs are entering mainstream western/ fusion restaurants in Singapore!

If you haven’t already noticed, frog legs are slowly hopping into our mainstream menu! Restaurants like The Halia and Saveur have added these nutritious and delicious hoppers this year and used creative cooking methods to bring out the sweetness and tenderness of this meat!

Check out their menus and make your reservation now!


What you probably also do not know is how double boiled frog meat with bitter gourd is not only a Remedy for Dengue Fever but also a relief of skin problem for our pooches when fed on a diet of frog meat and sweet potatoes!

Read about our customer’s testimonial in the segment below!

Simply Amazing, isn’t it??

You may make your purchase at all NTUC Hypermarts or call us for a free home delivery service with a minimum order!


Article appeared on WANBAO NEWS on 11.11.13, Page 5

JFF – Featured in Japan’s AsiaX publication

JFF - Featured in Japan's AsiaX publication on Dec 3rd 2012

JFF was recently featured in Japan’s AsiaX publication on Dec 3rd 2012! This edition of the business magazine focused on livestock farming in Singapore and editor Keiich Tokisawa was onsite to conduct the photoshot and interview with Director Chelsea Wan. Featured in the article is our newly launched Premium Hashima with American Ginseng together with our popular fresh produce, frog legs!

We hope that with this article our Japanese friends out there will be able to learn more about our farm and visit us in the near future ありがとうございます!

Relinquish from the Bustling City

into the countryside; Yes! Singapore’s Countryside!

Did you know that during the 60’s, there were 20,000 farms on more than 14,000 hectares of land in Singapore?!

I was born the last batch of babies of the 80’s and by then, Singapore has very much developed and progressed into a vibrant city! HDBs were constantly designed and built, even the first MRT line was launched in the 80’s; linking most housing estates with the city center.

However, it was also during the 80’s that agricultural land was rapidly declining to give way to rising demand for the building of housing! Although the number of farms have dropped 100 times, farming still very much exist in Singapore!

The Kranji Countryside, is where you’ll find a fraction of the farms still retaining the agriculture land and Jurong Frog Farm is part of the Kranji Countryside Association (KCA). JFF have recently been published on the Overseas Singaporean Portal!

Thus, if you’re trying to find back the good ol’ kampong days where people are still nice to one another, come on down to the countryside and make some new friends!

Jurong Frog Farm
credits to Overseas Singaporean Portal photographer