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Leahy's Open Farm, Dungourney, Midleton, Co Cork.

On the Farm Outdoors

Cats

We love to chase mice around the farm. There are over 500 million domestic cats in the world. Cats conserve energy by sleeping for an average of 13 to 14 hours a day.

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Goats

The proper name for a group of goats is a trip. Baby goats are kids, males are called bucks, females are called does.

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Ducks

A baby duck is called a duckling, ducks may have 3 or 4 ducklings at a time. The duck is a number of species in the Anatidae family of birds.

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Geese

We like to eat the bread that you throw in to us. We have webbed feet and like to splash around in the water.

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Hens

Marron hen – This breed of hens is not a good breed for laying eggs.

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Deer

My name is Dancer. I have no antlers because I am a female (hind) deer. Male (stag) deer have antlers but they shed the antlers each spring.

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Sheep

A male sheep is called a ram. A female sheep is called a ewe.

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Fallabella Horses

Our names are Falla and Bella. Falla is coloured white and grey. Bella is brown coloured.

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Shelia the Donkey

My name is Sheila. I eat grass and hay I was born in 2006 and expect to enjoy my days here until the ripe old age of 30 years.

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Humphrey the Camel

My name is Humphrey and I was a circus camel. Now I am in retirement at Leahy’s Open Farm. 

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