Our teddy-bear like, Shetland cross pony. She was rescued from a neglectful home when she was a foal and came to us as a 2 year old. Despite her tricky start to life she loves people.
Also rescued from a poor start in life, Tia is very friendly and chilled. She likes people too but is mostly interested in food! Her long mane and tail are great protection from flies in the summer.
Our super friendly Suffolk ewe. Born in 2021, she loves being scratched behind her ears and comes running when I whistle her, I do wonder if she thinks she is a dog!
Our Beltex ewe Daisy is the most relaxed animal on the farm. She is so friendly and loves cuddles, her lovely, soft fleece is perfect to snuggle in to!
Our two Icelandic ewes were born in 2022. They are less tame than our other sheep but they are very curious and have amazing fleeces, which I will make into peg loom rugs when they are sheared.
When we moved to Lettoch Farm Poppy and Rocky came with us, so they are our longest standing animal residents. Both rescued after being abandoned by previous owners they are devoted to each other.
Our eclectic flock of chickens include Elsie the Leghorn, Midnight the Silkie, Gladys the Marans and Doris the ex-battery hen. They free range around the farm and lay lovely eggs with varying shell colours.
Our two cute little guinea pigs are the perfect pet for younger children to handle. They are very docile and happy to be cuddled [Sadly Glumbumble died of old age in August 2023, but Griffin now has young Uki as his new pal]
Born in March 2023, Holly is the baby of our small flock. She is a Blue Texel sheep, and we bottle fed her as her mother wouldn't have coped with 3 lambs (she is a triplet). She is super friendly and loves to meet guests!