About the Farm
We are a family run farm, with many breeds of livestock, some of them being unusual or rare breeds. At the moment we have 30 Breeding ewes, a ram and some of last years lambs. We have polled Dorset sheep, a white sheep without horns. These lamb throughout the Winter and early Spring.
Throughout the year we raise pigs to supply the farm with bacon and sausages, for the Bed and Breakfast and campers. We have kept various breeds, and there should hopefully always be some to see here.
We currently have chicken and ducks, which all provide us with eggs, which are again available from the farmhouse. There are various breeds including Khaki Campbell and Aylesbury Ducks, Warrens, Rhode Island Red, Light Sussex, and Welbar hens. We also have geese and guinea fowl.
The poultry have livestock guardians living with them in the form of our 5 Alpacas. These originated from South America, and have incredibly soft fleece. They are very good at chasing away the fox when he comes for a visit. Finally there are 3 horses, who are very friendly.
Mika and Nala
Mika and Nala are very friendly English Springer Spaniels. Mika is Nala's mum. They love playing fetch with anyone who stays here, and are very partial to bar-b-que!
A warm welcome is made to you by Alison and Adrian Homa, and Alison's parents, Caroline and Bryan Channing. We have lived on the farm now for just over 20 years, with our three children. We have all worked in hospitality for over 30 years, and look forward to meeting you.
Mullacott Farm has many animals, some contained, and some free ranging. They are used to people, but aren't pets. You are welcome to see them.
Dogs are welcome on the farm, but must be on a lead, and cleaned up afterwards.