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    Longhorn Cattle

    Longhorn Cattle

    The English Longhorn is the oldest pure breed of cattle in England. Now in the Traditional category of cattle listings it was until quite recently considered a rare breed. The English Longhorn is a large, lean beef animal with large characteristic horns curving impressively around their face.

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    Shropshire Sheep

    Shropshire Sheep

    As its name suggests the Shropshire sheep originate from the borders of Shropshire, Cheshire and Staffordshire and date back to the early 1800’s. The breed is renowned for its ability to graze, without damaging the bark of trees, whilst being hardy enough to withstand our good old British weather conditions.

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    Gloucester Old Spot Pigs

    Gloucester Old Spot Pigs

    The Gloucester Old Spot was named as such because it had simply been around as long as anyone could remember, whilst the legendary spots are said to have developed from bruises from falling fruits in the cider orchards where they were kept

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    Welsh Lamb

    Welsh Lamb

    Genuine Welsh lamb, born and reared in the beautiful, natural landscape of Wales through traditional Welsh farming methods.

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    The Red Tractor Mark

    The Red Tractor Mark

    At Manor Farm we are proud to have attained the Red Tractor Assurance Scheme standards. A mark of quality and recognition of the high animal welfare standards maintained at Manor Farm and the commitment to ensuring traceability, biosecurity and health and welfare of our stock.

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