For your educational needs about farming and farm animals, with a bit of fun thrown in, this is the place for you.
We frequently demonstrate various tasks a farm has to undertake such as feeding, maintaining and looking after different types of animals. We also give talks and tell you information about our animals that you will hopefully find interesting, and a little bit fun too.

Piglet Bottle Feeding is a demonstration that runs all year round twice daily. Other demonstrations will vary throughout the year.

Look out for DEMONSTRATION TIMES at the park, or ask at reception.

✨There’s always one that loves being in the spotlight... πŸ˜‚βœ¨ Come and visit our gorgeous little Chicks in the Petting Barn and give them some fuss! πŸ₯ ... See MoreSee Less

WE ARE OPEN THIS UPCOMING MONDAY! We are open 7 days a week over the Summer Holidays 10-5, on the Standard Rate throughout! Please visit our website for prices! β˜€οΈ ... See MoreSee Less

**SPOT THE BABY** Can you spot our baby Peacock in the pen with Mum and Dad!? It is rather camouflaged against the bark! ... See MoreSee Less

**SOLD**
Thank you for everyones interest in the go karts - they have now all been sold!
Hope you've all had a good day in the sun! β˜€οΈ***PEDAL GO-KARTS FOR SALE*** Please see individual photos for pricing! 😊 If you are interested, please pop by (between 4pm-5pm on any day we are open), to take a look and to reserve/take away! First come, first served basis!
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***PEDAL GO-KARTS FOR SALE*** Please see individual photos for pricing! 😊 If you are interested, please pop by (between 4pm-5pm on any day we are open), to take a look and to reserve/take away! First come, first served basis! ... See MoreSee Less

***NEW PIGLETS*** We had a gorgeous litter of Piglets born on Sunday! Here are some of them enjoying a play and root about with Mum! Come and say hello to them in the Pig Barn! 🐷😍 ... See MoreSee Less

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Who's a pretty boy - NOT !!!
It's that time of year again, and for the next few weeks, when birds start to loose their feathers. Every year the old worn out feathers drop out and they grow their new ones which will keep them warm, and keep the wet out for the next twelve months. If you have to loose your feathers now is an ideal time, when it is nice and warm (hot)
The male pheasants can usually be seen strutting around the pen showing off their beautiful colours, the last week or so they have been skulking about the back of the pen almost embarrassed to be seen, and you can see why. The Peacocks have been a big hit this year with their displays but not any longer, even the Reeves Pheasant has lost his long 1.5 mt tail.
In the pictures you can see the new quills (feathers) developing on their necks.
Another week or two and they will be back to their splendid selves.
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***After last nights game, our Ferrets are keen to know what all the football fuss is about! ⚽️*** ... See MoreSee Less

Our lovely baby goat has a name .....
Meet Elvis 😁😁😍
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One last post, our Interactive Ball Arena is opening tomorrow
Farmer Jim wants to call it the Apprentice !!!!!
"YOUR FIRED"
(Wish i could draw an outstretched arm with a pointing finger)

Come and try it out, then let us know what you think it should be called.
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On Sunday some of our visitors were treated to a nice surprise when one of the Fallow Deer hinds (Mum) had her fawn (Baby) just before mid-day. I had better add the Buck (Dad) was very proud.
A second fawn was born on Monday night and i managed to get a picture this morning, you can see how well they are camouflaged in the grass.
Camouflage is being able to see, but hopefully not be seen.

Another of our visitors favorite deer the Sika deer had a baby last week, which is starting to make appearances.
Mum is a Hind
Dad is a Stag
Baby is a calf
Confusing isn't it !!!!!

If you come to visit us, keep looking in the long grass along the fence line by the Go Karts and the Dexter cows.
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How to find Us…

Address:Β Little Owl Farm Park, Owl Hill Lane, Dunhampton, Worcestershire DY13 9SS

Call:Β 01905 620325

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