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Please note tractor rides take place on weekends and holidays when weather and ground conditions are suitable.
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Sheep The ancient breed of Jacob sheep have distinctive white fleeces with black spots, some have horns. Crossed with our Kerry Hill ram the ewes produce predominately black lambs.
Pigs The Kune Kune pigs originated from New Zealand. They are ginger and black with comical turned up snouts and piri piris hanging from their chins.
Cows During the summer our dairy herd of black and white friesians graze our fields in rotation. They come in for milking at 6am and 4pm every day.
Pigs Each of our cows produces one calf a year. Calvings are spread throughout the year so that there are always calves of all ages. Some are pure bred friesians and some are half Hereford.
Donkeys Donkeys love the company of people and always come to the fence to make friends.
Ponies Our Miniature Shetland ponies have difficulty keeping their weight down and often have to be kept inside to restrict their diets.
Goats The goats love to show off their mountaineering skills by climbing up the rocks.
Poultry The hen runs are home to pure breeds including huge Buff Orpingtons and Jersey Giants, lavender Araucana which lay blue eggs, and tiny Peking bantams with their feathered feet.
Ducks The ducks are a mixed flock and include the pure white Aylsburys, and the upright Indian Runners.
Guinea Pigs It is hard to believe how many colour ranges these little creatures come in! Always friendly and always producing babies!
Play area Here are tables for picnics, tunnels to crawl through, slides and swings and lots of space to run!
Milking Parlour Stand in the viewing gallery and look down to the milking parlour below. Milking at 6am and approx 4pm daily.
African Farmyard A replica of a Farmyard belonging to an African family that has received help from the charity Send a Cow. There is cow and goat shelter, keyhole garden and bag gardens.
Baby Animal Barn Depending upon the time of year this barn has plenty of babies. There may be lambs to bottle feed or chicks or baby guinea pigs to cuddle. Hand milking and the wool display are in here as well.
Nature Area It is amazing how much wild life can be found in a small pond. Frogs, newts, skaters, water boatmen and dragonflies to name a few.
Tea Room Please come here to pay your admission and receive your farm safety advice. Home made cakes and fair trade tea and coffee served here!
Tractor Rides Tractor rides start here. A great way to see the farm. Favourable ground conditions only.
Farm Exhibition Told in text, photographs and artefacts, find out the unique story of Shortwood since our family came here in 1903.
Nature Trail A great walk with spectacular views and a chance to explore our ancient Broxash Wood.