Always popular with visitors and staff alike are our large animals. You can find them around the farm in one of our many fields
We have a few different breeds of goats currently inhabiting the farm including Bagots Goats which are currently classed as endangered (Level 2 by the Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST)) and Golden Guernsey Goats (Level 5; Minority on the RBST list). We also have the adorable Pygmy Goats on the Farm, Summer and her kids are always about to say hello to and our latest additions to our goat family are our lovely Anglo-Nubians.
Our Pymgy Goats are called Summer, Spring, April
The Farm homes rare breeds of pigs, we have a Large Black breed that is at Level 3; Vulnerable on the RBST list. Our Oxford Sandy And Black pig is at Level 4; At Risk and our Gloucestershire Old Spot is at Level 5; Minority
Our Big Blacks are Ethel and Trevor and our Gloucestershire Old Spot is Betty
We are currently home to Jolly and Julip, two georgous Shetland Ponies, we are currently looking after them for another farm.
We have the cute Soay Sheep (Level 4; At Risk) on the farm, you can always find them jumping around the farm during the day. We also have the Vulnerable (Level 2) Whitefaced Woodland Sheep on the Farm.
*** We now have an Amazon Wishlist where you can buy things that the Farm needs for us as a way of donating***
15th February 2019 - Who caught the Farm on BBC Radio 4's Farming Today this morning? If not we've got you covered, click on the link to hear Sue, Sarah and one of our learners talk about the Farm and our young persons provisions. Click Here to listen. We start at around the 45sec mark.
Thursday 21st February
Tomato and Lentil
Butternut Squash and Sweet Potato Pasta Bake