Monthly Archives: December 2014

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Christmas staff

See you in 2015!

We would like to say a huge thank you and Merry Christmas to our members and all those who have visited us throughout 2014. We really appreciate all of your support and hope to see you again next year. We will be re-opening on 14th February with the pitter patter of little hooves and the start of our lambing season. Best wishes, The Farm Park Team

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Christmas Health Warning for Dogs

A Christmas Health Warning

I've recently teamed up with pet food brand Forthglade, to help increase awareness of how dangerous certain Christmas treats may be for our dogs. 60% of owners asked, admit to sharing festive food with their dog.  Which means that around 5.5 million dogs this season could be eating food which is detrimental to their health. Watch our video to find out more:  

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Bagot Goats - Endangered

Breeders Working Together to Save Endangered Goat

Breeders descended from all over the country to swap notes, discuss ideas and review the current status of the breed, listed as ‘endangered’ on the Rare Breeds Watchlist with only 100 to 200 breeding females left. A primitive breed, which is native to Britain, Bagot goats are small and friendly, often winning the hearts of visitors to Cotswold Farm Park, but as they are not selectively bred, they have very low meat and milk yields. The Cotswold Farm Park herd is one of the oldest in the UK, formed from a group of ‘refugees’ saved from Blithfield Park by Joe Henson in the 1970s, when the park was flooded to form a reservoir...

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