A rare breeds farm to be precise.
This little farm is just three miles from my home and is run by the local council. As well as the rare breeds it has lots of friendly little pet farm animals who are only to happy to be stroked and petted and made a fuss of.

This is an Irish Moiled cow which is actually quite a rare breed.

How could you possibly not pat that head …..

….. or stroke those ears! 🙂

Lots of noise from this area!!

They had …..

sweet little birds, …..

cute little goats …..

and adorable little ponies!

This lot were the smelliest and the noisiest but without doubt the funniest. 🙂

Of course keeping the best to the last, they had a barn full of gorgeous bunnies. This farm is where we got our two bunnies about 12 years ago, they lived for 9 years and gave us so much pleasure.

And just look as this nest of baby bunnies, just so cute!!!

This really is a well run little farm. You can bring your bag of bread or carrots and feed the animals. Children are actively encouraged to stroke and enjoy the animals which I think is great as that can only help them to respect animals and treat them with the care and kindness they deserve. They provide excellent hand washing and dying facilities at the end of your visit and there is no entrance charge. All in all a brilliant family day out!

Just before I go I would like to thank you all for your very kind comments on my last post, I really, really appreciated them.

Hope you all have a lovely week. 🙂