4 Kingdoms Adventure & Farm Park

ADOPT YOUR FAVOURITE FARM ANIMAL A SPECIAL GIFT FOR ANIMAL LOVERS

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Adopt An Animal

There have been so many kind messages about sponsoring and adopting our animals especially the lambs.

This is something 4 Kingdoms have never done before.

We think it’s a great idea, and our new adoption programme means you are able to help keep our animals safe and well.

Having found ourselves in an unprecedented situation that no-one could have planned for.

Every year we spend more than £180,000 on feeding, Bedding and Vets fees.

All our income normally comes from our visitors, your sponsorship will contribute to the welfare of all our amazing animals on site.

We really appreciate your support.

Llamas-and-cows-in-the-field

4 Kingdoms Adventure & Farm Park in Headley, Hampshire is a family run multiple award winning farm park.

Since 2012 we have continued to focus on delivering a fantastic place for families to visit and create fun memories.

ANIMAL SPONSORSHIPS AND ADOPTIONS

BRONZE ADOPTION PACKAGE

Per Annum

In addition to knowing your supporting our animals and farm park, you also get:

SILVER ADOPTION PACKAGE

Per Annum

In addition to knowing your supporting our animals and farm park, you also get:

**(each silver & gold adoption package equals one day visit experience for 2 people, 1 of which must be over 18 years of age).

*(Animal encounters will be on pre booked selected dates and times throughout the year. The animal information factchat maybe in a group format followed by personal meet and greets with Photo opportunities). 

All You Have To Do Now Is Decide Which Farm Animal to Adopt?

LAMBS

Our sheep are all pregnant and are due to give berth around February half term. They are all in the animal barn keeping cosy. Most of our sheep will have been scanned and are either having twins of triplets.

Lambs ready to bottle feed

TORTOISE

Tortoises are the longest-living land animals in the world, although the longest-living species of tortoise is a matter of debate. The oldest tortoise ever recorded, and one of the oldest individual animals ever recorded was 188 years old.

PONY

There are many different breeds including the well known Shetland pony. Compared to other horses, ponies often exhibit thick manes, tails and overall coat, as well as proportionally shorter legs, wider barrels, heavier bone, thicker necks, and shorter heads with broader foreheads.

T-REX

T-rex was one of the largest land carnivores of all time. One of the largest, nicknamed Sue, is located at the Field Museum of Natural History. Sue measured 40–42 ft long, and using a variety of techniques, was estimated to have weighed between 8.4 metric tons to 14 metric tons.

TRICERATOPS

Individual Triceratops are estimated to have reached about 26 to 30 ft in length, 9.5 to 9.8 ft in height, and 6.1 to 12.0 metric tons in weight. The most distinctive feature is their large skull, among the largest of all land animals.

GOAT

The goat is domesticated from the wild goat of Southwest Asia and Eastern Europe. There are over 300 distinct breeds of goat. It is one of the oldest domesticated species of animal, according to archaeological evidence that its earliest domestication was 10,000 calendar years ago.

Meet-the-goats

CALVES

A calf (plural calves) is a young domestic cow or bull. Calf are born after nine months. They usually stand within a few minutes of calving, and suckle within an hour.

Bottle Feed the calves

ALPACA

The alpaca (Vicugna pacos) is a species of South American camelid mammal. It is similar to, and often confused with, the llama. However, alpacas are often noticeably smaller than llamas. The two animals are closely related and can successfully crossbreed.

LLAMA

Llamas are very social animals and live with others as a herd. Their wool is very soft and lanolin-free. Llamas can learn simple tasks after a few repetitions. When using a pack, they can carry about 25 to 30% of their body weight for 5–8 miles.

DONKEY

The donkey has been used as a working animal for at least 5000 years (ours don't do any work as you can see, lol). There are more than 40 million donkeys in the world, mostly in under developed countries, where they are used principally as pack animals.

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