Our largest resident is Fudge the Clydesdale Horse. No need to feel intimidated by his size, he is just a big friendly giant. Clydesdales were bred as heavy horses to help with farm work when mechanical machinery had not been invented yet!
We have some lovely cattle at the park. We are pleased to have two rare-breed Luings as well as a Hereford Bullock who are all a very impressive size!
There are plenty of shetland ponies at the park for the visitors to feed and stroke, they love attention and are full of personality..
Every sheep breed is adapted for the area where they were bred, from large stocky sheep in the lowlands, to smaller, more daintier sheep from the highlands.
Pigs have a very exact gestation period which is easy for remembering - 3 months, 3 weeks and 3 days! After which, they can have at least a dozen piglets!
Exmoor ponies are a native breed of pony from the south of England. They are built for British weather and have very characteristic colourations.
Our donkeys are definitely the loudest creatures which we keep at the animal park and they ensure that you know it! They are really friendly and love attention too.
You will be surprised at how small miniature donkeys actually are, we currently keep two donkeys who are even nosier than the larger donkeys!
Goats are bred for a variety of different purposes and can be used for milk and cheese production, producing cashmere wool as well as being bred for meat.