We have a bumper crop of baby bunnies at the moment.
FIVE litters – which we think is a farm record.
Hop on over to say hello.
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This year’s baby alpaca (cria) has done really well with Mum Audrey and Auntie Eva (the llama) taking care of her. Farmer Rhi started off carrying her in from the field when she was very young. She now follows behind her ‘family’ quite happily. She has been very popular with our visitors over the summer holidays. She is still nearly as cute as when she was first born – so it’s still worth a trip to say hello.
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Our 2 b-ewe-tiful fawns are doing fab-ewe-lously well! The older one (in the photo) is now coming quite close, and the younger of the two, is catching up rapidly. We are hoping they will become very tame in time.
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How eggs-iting! We have welcomed the birth of a Cria (cute baby alpaca) this week! She was named via a Facebook competition and has been called Elsa.
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