We are so excited to announce that our incredible rare breed farm animals have pulled out all the stops with a recent baby boom just in time for all our lovely visitors!

We are proud to say that the Farm at Tatton Park has Approved Conservation Centre status from the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. This means that our extremely dedicated farm team work hard to protect the rare breed animals living on the Farm whilst supporting the important work of the RBST who monitor, save, and promote UK native livestock.

Ablie Honey's KidThe recent baby boom is brilliant news for the breeds as many animals at the farm at Tatton Park are on the RBST watchlist.

Pigs: Susie and Skye, our Saddleback sisters, have given birth in tandem on 22nd and 23rd July! It is their first time at being mums so make sure to come and visit while the piglets are small!

Cows: Our Guernsey cow, Nancy, has had a gorgeous heifer calf on 18th July who we have called Gracie, and we have a lovely Hereford calf called Hetty who very sadly lost her mum so is being hand reared.

Goats: Our golden guernsey goats, Amber and Honey, have both given birth to twin goat kids in July. Amber has had two girls called Ruby and Sapphire. Honey two boys called Alfie and Alby. Come down and meet them this Summer!

So, this summer is the perfect time for visitors to come down to the Farm and meet all the new additions to the farm family and learn all about how they are cared for.

Don’t Miss: This summer from 26 July - 26 August 2022, the farm is hosting their annual summer programme of activities and events. đź”… Don't miss daily fun for all, including meet the chicks, meet the goat kids, storytelling, sheep racing, and Taster Tuesdays.


Tatton Park - The Farm
Come and visit us at the Farm

Tatton Park's Farm is an authentic, 40's working farm where you can meet rare breed animals and new arrivals throughout the year. In its hayday the Farm helped feed the whole of the Tatton Estate and we've brought this to life through the 'Field to Fork' story.



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