# Farm animals
Video Exposes Surprising Culprit Behind Sheep Pen Breakouts, Leaving Farm Staff in Shock
After weeks of puzzlement, Whitehouse Farm Centre's staff members have finally cracked the case, thanks to a recently installed video security camera. Located in Northumberland, England, Whitehouse Farm Centre holds the distinction of being the largest family-operated farm attraction in the area. Covering 40 acres of land, the farm is home to an extensive collection of animals that visitors can interact with under the guidance of hospitable staff. Visitors can learn how to properly handle, feed, and care for an array of exotic and domesticated animals, including the affable Leicester sheep named Lucy who resides on the farm. The farm is open to school groups, families, and all other visitors.
Homestead Hens Free Range | What Are They Doing Today
Let's watch the chickens and see what they do on the homestead.
ADORABLE chickens have unusual breakfast!
Hello, welcome back to the farm! Today’s video is of our adorable chickens having a unique breakfast treat! It is the middle of February and snow is on the ground and they enjoy fruit whenever we can find it.
What do chickens eat for breakfast?
Hello and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is of our beautiful chickens haven't a morning meal in the snow! They love their morning treats on a cool day such as this!
My favorite Hen had 20 baby chicks 🐤
Feeding the baby chicks and the rest of the flock
These cute baby goats getting excited for breakfast will make you smile!
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is a bit of a throw back, this is when we got our first two baby goats on the farm. You can feel the sunshine, the lush green grass. They would, and still do, get so excited for breakfast! They could hardly contain themselves!
Cute baby goats are being watched by dinosaurs
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is of our baby goats who were browsing next to a wall, but our guinea hens, who are related to dinosaurs, kept a close watch on them. There's not much escapes the guinea hens attention, they're very much the watch dogs of the farm and keep a close eye on everybody. They are so funny and beautiful!
Cute chickens enjoy Holiday leftovers
Good morning welcome back to the farm! Today's video is of our adorable chickens enjoying our Thanksgiving trimmings and leftovers. You can see them enjoying parts of beets, cooked squash, carrots, green beans etc. Nothing goes to waste here on the farm and they are incredibly efficient!
Adorable baby goats morning routine!
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is about our goats being let out in the morning just like to do everyday, and everyday we have an entire show of playful headbutts, play bows, ZOOMIES and kicking up their heels! They are an absolute joy to be around here on the homestead!
Watch these cute baby goats react to the snow
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is of our cute baby goats reacting to the snow for the first time! You can see them run out and play a little bit as it's coming down, but then they turn right back around and go right back into the barn!
Everyday this baby goat tries to get my coffee!
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is about our baby goat, named moonshine, who everyday tries to drink our coffee. Every morning we come out and sit with a goats and have coffee ourselves, and nobody else pays attention except for a little moonshine. No goats were allowed to have coffee in this video, or ever. Just wanted to show you how cute his little tongue is LOL
Adorable chickens decorating pumpkins for Halloween
Good morning and welcome back to the farm. Today's video is about our chickens carving their own pumpkins! We traced out shapes and took a layer off, and the chickens did the rest! They enjoyed the fresh vegetable as well as the seeds inside. So much fun here on the farm in the fall!
Take a cool fall morning walk with us and our baby goats and chickens
Hello welcome back to the farm! Today's video is about taking a morning walk in the cool fall air with our goats and chickens. Every day we take our coffee and then take our animals for a walk through our property so they get to see new things and eat new things and just be new places. This keeps them from getting bored.
Have you ever seen a guinea hen up close?
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! Today's video is up close and personal with a guinea hen flock. These guinea hens come originally from Africa!. You'll notice they're bluish black spotted feathers, and they're weird funny little head that looks like a helmet. They are the Watch dogs of the farm, most of their diet includes insects including, most importantly, ticks. They will alert us when there's somebody coming down the driveway, or if there's a stray leaf blowing in the wind!
Littleton Museum: A kid-friendly activity in Littleton, Colorado
A visit to the Littleton Museum is a favorite stop for my 2-year-old daughter who loves visiting the farm animals at the different sites. The 1860s homestead farm and the 1890s turn-of-the-century urban farm represent how people lived and worked during the early years in Littleton and the South Platte Valley. Museum staff and volunteers dressed in period-appropriate costumes, work on the farm sites, run the working blacksmith shop, and teach in Littleton's first one-room school house, offering a "living history' perspective to the museum visitor. With 40 acres to explore, it's an easy way to spend time outside. Inside you can find exhibition galleries and a children's interactive gallery.
Have coffee with our guinea hens!
Good morning and welcome back to the farm! This morning, have coffee with our guinea hens and baby chickens. Guinea hens are the Watch dogs of the farm, and do an amazing job of pest control especially in the form of ticks. These birds unfortunately aren't the brightest bulbs in the bunch, but they bring plenty of entertainment, love, and laughter. They can be a challenge when you first get them on your farm or homestead, but give it a little time and you'll find they are your favorite birds on the farm too!
Cute goats find a fall treat on our morning walk!
Breakfast time! Jersey finds a fall apple to munch, so cute! Good morning and happy fall! This morning’s walk took us through the apple orchard, and Jersey the goat found a tasty snack along the way. These fall apples have already been picked through, and what’s left behind is left for the wildlife to enjoy.
Baby Dwarf Goats eating potato chips in the morning!
Baby Dwarf Goats eating potato chips in the morning! Join us today as we take our morning walk with our baby goats. Right now as fall is quickly approaching, we already have leaves falling to the ground in brilliant colors. Our baby goats really enjoy eating these crunchy leaves, so much so that we've dubbed them potato chips!
Cute baby goats eating crunchy fall leaves!
Cute baby goats eating crunchy fall leaves! In today's video we see four baby dwarf goats and one Nubian munching on some crunchy fall leaves for breakfast! Their favorite right now are Maple leaves, but pretty soon we’ll have 20 acres of fall leaves for them to crunch!
Slow motion baby goats running through the trees!
Slow motion baby goats running through the trees! Watch as these baby dwarf goats take a slow motion run through the forest! This is part of their morning routine, they eat their breakfast out here in the beauty of the morning sunlight filtering through the trees. My favorite part is the big brown goat’s ears flopping as she runs!