Some of the animals at Odds Farm Park are as rare at the Giant Panda or Sumatran Tiger, so we keep log books of all our rare breeds. This ensures females are selectively bred with males to maintain healthy blood lines.
Click on the animals below to see is a sample of our livestock breeds (including our rare breeds). If you are coming to see a particular breed, however, please phone in advance as animals on show vary from time to time, especially during the colder months of the year. When you work with animals nothing can be guaranteed and we wouldn’t want to disappoint you.*
Stroke rabbits, hand feed goats and meet all the new babies. During rainy days, the Undercover Animal Contact Barn ensures rain never stops the fun.
The Animal Contact Barn also plays host to plenty of our daily activities. From Kid Goat Bottle Feeding to Cow Milking and more, there is always something new. See today’s activities.
Please note: Some of our animals are not on display in the paddocks outside during the colder months, because they may have been moved to our winter paddocks where there is more shelter available, or into our undercover Animal Barn to keep warm (where they are still on display for our visitors to see).
Our visitors can see sheep, goats, pigs, donkeys, rabbits and guinea pigs in the Undercover Animal Barn at all times, including a variety of rare breeds and very often their young too!
To ensure that we are still able to offer value to our visitors, whilst some of our animals have been moved, we do offer a jam-packed Animal Activity and Demonstration Programme for our visitors to take part in.