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Meet the animals
Down on the Farm we keep a number of local heritiage breeds of farm livestock, many which are similar in type to those that Shakespeare would have known.
So why not make friends with the Bagot and Golden Guernsey goats and rare-breed animals including English Longhorn cattle, Cotswold sheep and our woolly Mangalitza pigs.
Meet the owls, hawks and falcons as we demonstrate the age-old art of falconry, a popular Tudor pastime and often featured in Shakespeare's plays (weekends and school holidays).
You can support our rare breeds and help keep alive a way of farming from Shakespeare's time by adopting the animals today.
New for 2013 Falconry Half day Experiences
Spend a morning or afternoon with our Falconer flying Owls and Harris Hawks and learn how they were used by the Tudor’s for hunting.
These half day experiences are limited to 5 people so you really have the chance to spend time actually flying the birds yourself.
Great as special family/friends experiences, but do give us a call to discuss your group needs.
For more information and prices please call 01789 293 455
Falconry at Mary Arden's Farm