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Suffolk Punches

We are proud owners of four Suffolk Punch horses. Ruby and her first foal Hope, returned to Easton in 2022. We proudly welcomed Ruby's foal, Iris, in April 2023 and newest foal, Jedi John, in May 2024.



Mav & Roo look permanently befuddled by life on the farm, but are kind and cuddly on the sly.



We now have three different breeds – the Boers, Pygmys and Toggenburgs.  They are the bounciest of all the animals and love a spot of goat yoga on the farm.



We have been increasing our flock so, alongside our faithful Texels, we now have Boreray, Zwartbles and the unmissable Swiss Valais.

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The Pigs

Chips, Perky and the crew live the life of riley on the farm, often taking themselves for a wander round, out of hours. Our new Large Whites, Leah and Letitia are from an extremely rare genetic line and they are 2 of 4 females in the country!



The Red Poll is a cross of the Norfolk Red beef cattle and Suffolk Dun dairy cattle breeds.

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Maverick, Mary, Mabel, Martha and Mavis are the farm choir, particularly at feeding time.  They are a firm favourite with campers on the farm!


Bunnies and Guinea pigs 

We have recently built lovely new habitats for these cuddly cuties who love to be hugged at the regular handling sessions.



Due to bird flu across the UK, we are currently not offering adoption packages for our ducks and poultry. 

During lockdown we built a new duck area and pond for the ducks. They have been a bit curtailed during the bird flu restrictions but we can’t wait to get them back on the pond as soon as possible. 



They may be small, but they have huge attitude! Our lovable and cheeky Shetland ponies that many of you will have ridden, include Tom Thumb, Coco Bean and cheeky Honey to name but a few.



Due to bird flu across the UK, we are currently not offering adoption packages for our ducks and poultry. 

We will be back soon!


Thank you for considering adopting our animals at Easton Farm Park.



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