Farm Animals


Jersey Cow

At Noah’s Ark, we have a range of different breeds of cow including the Jersey, Ankole and Highland.

You can meet our Jersey cow Jessie in the animal show pens. She also often gets involved in the daily animal show.

Jersey Cow Facts


The donkey is related to the horse and zebra, all of which belong to the same family ‘Equus’.

Did you know you can meet some of our donkeys in the animal show pens.

Donkey Facts


There are more chickens in the world than any other bird. Chickens are reared for their eggs, as well as their meat. 

You can meet our chickens in the Bird Walk-through.

Chicken feed is available to buy in the Gift shop.

During the Spring you can also find our little chicks in the Hatchery and maybe even get a cuddle during animal handling in the Animal Village.

Chicken Facts




We have Goats including Rare Breed Baggot goats here at the zoo. Goats are closely related to sheep which is why they look so similar. Like sheep, goats are bred for milk, meat and wool.

You can buy animal food for £1 from the Gift Shop to feed our goats.

Goat Facts


The female Goose is usually referred to as a goose and the male is called a gander. Young geese are called goslings. A group of geese is called a gaggle!

You can find our Geese in the Bird Walk-through (unfortunately this exhibit is temporarily closed due to an out-break of avian influenza in the UK). 

Purchase a bag of bird feed from our gift shop to get up close to these beautiful birds!

 Goose Facts


Llamas are very sociable animals and enjoy the companionship of their own kind. They are very intelligent and can be trained to pull carts and carry packs.

Did you know you can buy animal food for £1 from the Gift Shop to feed our llamas.

Llama Facts


Tamworth Pig

Tamworth pigs are classed as ‘at risk’ by the Rare Breeds Survival Trust. The Tamworth is one of the oldest breeds of pig and is recognisable due to its distinctive ginger-coloured hair. 

Pig Facts


At Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm we have Jacob, Dorset and White Face Woodland Sheep.

Sheep Facts

Shetland Pony

The Shetland pony is known for its petite stature and is amongst the smallest breeds of horse in the world. You can meet our Shetland Ponies in the animal show pens.

Shetland Pony Facts


They are social animals that live in herds. These herds are not only composed of other alpacas but also include other species such as llamas, goats and sheep. You can find our Alpaca in the Goat field. 

You can purchase animal food for £1 a bag to feed the Alpaca.

Alpaca Facts

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