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We have a lot of horses on the farm

Madge, Tinkerbell and Tommy

Madge in training 






Sheep and Lambing

Our sheep lamb in the barn and then as the lambs get bigger and stronger and the weather warms up a little bit they spend more and more time outside until eventually they live outside full time

Our sheep and lambs are all very friendly and very happy to meet visitors.  Particularly if they have a bucket of food

The numbers on the sheep and lambs refer to the order in which the lambs are born:  the first ewe to lamb gets sprayed with a number 1 and so do her lambs.  The second ewe to lamb gets a number 2 and so do her lambs and so on until we are finished

If all goes to plan lambing takes about two weeks but with all the sleepless nights it feels like it lasts a lot longer

The lambs grow very quickly and by the time the farm closes in September they will be as big as their mums

February and March means lambing time on the farm

Hereford Cows

Honeysuckle Farm is home to a herd of Hereford cows

You can feed the cows from platforms around the farm

The Hereford cows calve between Christmas and March

The cows spend winter in the barn but love spending summer out in the fields

The Herford bull is a lot bigger than the cows


The pigs live in their pigsty (where else would they be?)

They are friendly.  But smelly

Donkeys & Mules

Georgina the donKey and Jack the mule live on the farm

They spend a lot of time out in their paddock but come in if the weather is bad as they really hate the rain and getting wet


We have lots of greedy goats on the farm and kids are born every year

They are all extremely friendly and love to meet people especially if the people have a bucket of animal food with them

Most of the goats you see have been born on the farm and know all the best spots to wait to get food from people

Some of them may look like they have their heads stuck but don't worry it is very rare they get stuck.  They are just waiting for food

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