Visitors to family day out favourite, Odds Farm Park, will be in for a surprise when they visit!
Following an accidental mating in the spring between cheeky Harry, a Golden Guernsey billy goat, and adorable Annie, a Bagot nanny goat, an extremely cute kid goat called Benji was recently born!
The Rare Breed Survival Trust classes Bagot goats as “Vulnerable” and Golden Guernsey goats as “Minority”. At this children’s farm, both individual breeds are part of active breeding programs and normally pure bred to ensure the kids have healthy blood lines.
The accidental mating between Harry and Annie was a rare occurrence when Harry escaped one evening and, as visitors on a day out will discover, the new arrival looks nothing like his mother but just like his father!
Odds Farm Park is an award winning children’s farm providing an ideal family day out and is easily reached from North London, West London, London and Buckinghamshire. To visit the family days out website, visit www.oddsfarm.co.uk