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Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm
At Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm we have seven small flocks of rare sheep, four breeds of cattle, pygmy goats, chickens and two breeds of pig including Kune Kunes, the wonderfully friendly Maori pigs from New Zealand.  We are happy to advise you on the husbandry of any of the breeds that we keep and also sell you any surplus stock that we have available.

Brambles Special Breeds Julie & Alan Edwards. We are based South of Malvern in Worcestershire. Close to the 3 Counties Showground. We specialize in breeding kune kune pigs and Angora Goats and rare breed poultry. We run "Smallholders Courses for the Beginner" which include the legal requirements as well as hands on with the day to day caring of your animals. We can also offer B&B at the house or close by. If you need any advice please call Julie: Tel. 01684-833336 Mob. 07872-170190 Email Web Site

Dreamers Pygmy Goats, Studley, Warwickshire. Stock currently available. We have been breeding Pygmy Goats for 9 years now, and have been fortunate enough to have had some success in the show ring, including Reserve Best in Show at the Breed Show in Cheshire this year. We offer a lot of support for new owners, making sure that they are equipped with enough knowledge to become good goatkeepers. All of our goats are well handled and very much loved, so any stock for sale will make excellent pets. Tracey Cater, Tel. No.: 07714102252, Email:

English Goats, Woolton Hill, Nr Newbury, Berkshire. Dotty and Daphne are female English goats which are descended from the old english cottage goat and classed as a rare breed. They are very beautiful and friendly, in excellent health and love human company. They will be 3 in spring 2012 and need a permanent loving home together. They are ready for mating and would make good as pets, milking goats or both! They have lived free range in woodland so far so will need space and love. They have been together since birth so will not do well if separated. Dotty particularly loves human contact and tends to follow you around but Daphne is a little more shy. Of course they are naughty and lively like goats should be. If you think you can offer them a kind loving home please contact me, they are 100 each. Claire Lennon, Tel.  01635253771, Email:

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