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Adopted Sheep  

All the breeding ewes in our flock of Wiltshire Horns are adopted

Adopters help pay for a ewes extra food when she is expecting or feeding her lambs and for any veterinary help she needs.

If you adopt, in a sense, she'll be your sheep: no one else will adopt her and we'll keep you posted with news about her and her lambs. You can visit her whenever you like.

All ten ewes are now adopted
Amy
Broccoli
Barley
Delilah
Amy Brocolli Brunhilda Delilah
I haven't got a lamb. I'm lonely. Thank you for choosing me! Sprout and Barley are my daughters - I've been adopted, like one of my daughters I'm just a lamb so I'm glad I've just been adopted, my name is Baa-ley! I've got a crumpled horn despite which, I've been adopted
       
Dora
Florence
Molly
Rose
Doris Florence Molly Rose
I'm still a lamb so I'm really pleased to have been adopted I'm very beautiful but I was still the last to be adopted I'm adopted - that's half of us with new parents I'm already adopted
       
Serendipity
Sprout

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Serendipity Sprout
I like exploring but I feel safer now I'm adopted Bet you can't catch me! But you did: I'm adopted! Yippee!
  • The sheep move between Noakes Grove (Sewards End) and Kings Field (Hempstead). We'll keep you informed when your sheep moves home: you can visit either nature reserve to see your sheep.

       

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Updated 22 Dec 2020