We are a traditional farm that is dedicated to the conservation and protection of British Rare & Native Goat Breeds. We have four rare and native breeds of goats including Bagot goats, Angora goats, Golden Guernsey goats and British Primitive goats.

Our Rare & Native Goat Breeds

Angora Goats

The angora goat is an ancient breed, with records of the use of goat hair for clothing found as early as the 14th century BC.


Bagot Goats

Bagot goats are classified as 'Vulnerable' by the Rare Breed Survival Trust which means there are now an estimated 200 - 300 breeding females in United Kingdom, a figure that has increased slightly due to conservation methods like ours.


British Primitive Goats

The British Primitive Goat encompasses what has previously been known as known as the Old English/Scottish/Welsh/Irish, British Landrace or Old British Goat.


Golden Guernsey Goats

The breed is strong but fine-boned and generally smaller and less wedge-shaped than other breeds. The coat is long or short, and acceptable in both forms by the breed society.


English Goats

The English goat. They are perfect for smallholders. They’re easy to handle, even by children. Ideal for trekking and they milk without fuss and they’re friendly.


Old English Goats

The breed is a small cobby, thrifty goat that are naturally adapted to the British Climate. Their constitution and hardiness are two of their greatest characteristics.