Spring is in the air at mini Sheffield farm

Graves Park Animal Farm head stockman Chris Dyson (centre), with Jack Tankard (left), who is on work experience at the farm, and volunteer Andrew Barnsley, with a llama, baby llama and lambs.
Graves Park Animal Farm head stockman Chris Dyson (centre), with Jack Tankard (left), who is on work experience at the farm, and volunteer Andrew Barnsley, with a llama, baby llama and lambs.
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THE prolonged winter weather didn’t stop Graves Park animal farm giving a batch of new arrivals a warm welcome.

The new kids on the block included four Highland calves, 20 lambs and a bevy of beautiful ducklings.

Kirk and Tye Hadi, of Manor Park say hello to a new born lamb at Graves Park Animal Farm. Holding the lamb is Jack Tankard, who is on work experience at the farm.

Kirk and Tye Hadi, of Manor Park say hello to a new born lamb at Graves Park Animal Farm. Holding the lamb is Jack Tankard, who is on work experience at the farm.

One arrival is a bit of a Cria, but not in the tearful sense - that’s the name for a baby llama.

The yet-to-be-named youngster is the farm’s first home-bred and has proven a hit with visitors.

Paul Fletcher, farm manager, said: “We’ve been full. “The sun has been out and it has been nice to it’s spring at last.”

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