Meet Hamlet! He is one of Hall Farm Park’s very cheeky rabbits. Did you know rabbit teeth grow constantly? They continuously chew, and the wear on their teeth keeps their teeth short.
Say Hello to Dave and his many friends. At Hall Farm Park, we have tiny Pygmy goats that love attention!
Be sure to visit our friendly Kunekune pigs. Pigs are fascinating and intelligent creatures that learn very quickly. Their tails can tell you what kind of mood they are in. Happy pigs have curly tails.
Many children think a pony is a baby horse, but ponies are actually a smaller breed of regular-sized horses. Ponies are super strong and have an amazing memory!
Our sheep are looking forward to greeting you on your next visit. Did you know sheep make different bleating sounds and use facial expressions to communicate their different emotions?
Meet Smartie and Barney, Hall Farm Park’s entertaining donkeys. Donkeys are very social animals and like to make friends. They are full of character and are fun to get to know so be sure to say hello when you visit!
Meet Ant and Dec, Hall Farm Park’s alpacas. They are a little shy but are always pleased to see you. Did you know that alpaca wool can be used in all sorts of things, like sweaters and hats and scarves and blankets?
Be sure to visit our Llamas too! Llamas can grow as much as 6 feet tall and can be found in a range of solid and spotted colours including black, grey, beige, brown, red, and white.
Hall Farm Park is home to Runner Ducks and Aylesbury Ducks. When ducks groom themselves they not only get rid of dust, dirt, and parasites from their feathers but they also waterproof their outer layer by spreading a waxy, waterproof oil secreted by a gland located near their tails.
Chickens have strong colour vision, better than humans, because of the way their eye is organised. Their eye has five types of light receptors allowing them to see many colours in any given part of the retina. You will be sure to spot our chickens during your visit, and they will spot you, in full living colour.
Our gorgeous guinea pigs are very popular with visitors. Did you know guinea pigs can street dance? Ok, it may not be exactly dancing but guinea pigs can jump straight up and down, often turning 90° in mid-air when they are excited.
No visit to the farm would be complete without visiting our cows, whether you spot them in the barn or the fields or on a tractor ride. Many people think that cows sleep standing up. While they might doze off on all fours for a few minutes, they usually sleep or rest lying down leaning forward on their chest and forelegs or lying completely on their side.
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Halloween Half Term Fun!
Here on the farm we are going pumpkin mad again during the October half term holiday.
Join us 23rd to 31st October!
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