Miniature Horses

We have 4 miniature horses, 3 that live on our glamping site they are our children's pets. Lilly, Bella, Minty (and April). they are around 32 inches high. April is away with a friend learning how to be a horse as she was a bottle baby.

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At Ingleton Farm we have some little guinea piggies. They have different textures of fur and just love to be cuddled. Nothing more happy than a guinea cuddle.

We often have baby guineas to snuggle too. 

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Guinea pigs
Quails
Quails

We have a couple of small flocks of Quails that are fun to watch scampering about in their runs. They lay delicious eggs. If you would like to try them while you are with us do just ask.  

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Chickens

In the summer of 2019 we got a small flock of chickens. We chose bantams and heritage breeds, as they are quite quiet and friendly chickens, they love following people and are very curious. the chickens are free range on the field. There are foxes and buzzards living near our site who do pray on them on occasion. For the 2021 season we have increased our flock to include a number of chickens that lay blue, white, brown and double yoke eggs, as they are free range this is a bit like an Easter egg hunt to find where they have laied their eggs.

Cats

Bobbie and Brian are our two pampered farm cats. They live on site and are often to be found visiting our guests in the safari lodges. They are brothers, bobby is the black one and the most friendly. 

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Sheep

Our sheep are a tiny rare breed called Ouessant. They are very friendly, especially Colin, our lamb born during lockdown 1. 

They will come to see you at the fence and may eat some sheep feed out of your hand. Please only feed them our sheep feed. Always wash your hands after feeding or petting our sheep and pop the bag in the bin please. We often have pet lambs available in the autumn, get in touch if you are interested. 

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