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Our mini-zoo includes:

Domesticated donkey

A mammal of the horse family, domesticated by humans earlier than the horse. Smaller and weaker than a horse, but very durable and less demanding, endures hot weather better and used to water deficiencies. Donkey is an animal used in onotherapy which is a separate field of zoo therapy. Because of its size, the appearance that makes you smile and friendly and calm personality, children very quickly and willingly communicate with those sympathetic animals.

Heather sheep

Heather sheep is a petite, primitive sheepskin sheep, one of oldest native breeds of sheep.

Camerooon sheep

Cameroon sheep demand little and are easy to upkeep. They require shelter from rain, good hay and a steady access to water. You don't have to shave them as they are fleeceless sheep.

Blackheaded sheep

Sheep bred in the country, is characteristically white aside from head and libs which are black to brown in color. Well muscled.

Polish merino sheep

A breed of sheep bred in the country from German merino sheep. Large sheep of strong constitution. White or white-cream wool with a light sheen and soft to the touch. The wool grows aside from head and torse also on legs, sometimes below ankle joint.

Alpine goat

A medium sized breed. Those animals adapt well to different enviromental conditions. Their hair is short, and their color from light tawny to dark brown with black tips of legs, black stripe along the spine and black hue surrounding eyes and moutth.

Selectively bred white polish goat

Selectively bred white polish goats are large animals. Females are around 70 cm at the withers and reach a weight of 45 – 65 kilograms, males 80 cm and 60-100 kg respectively. They have white coat, upstanding ears and beards. Hair is short with a sheen. They may have horns or be hornless.

Shetland Pony

very strong race, relentless and immune to difficult climate conditions. Those ponys have excellent eyesight and are longlived animals. They live all around the round, but are most popular in America where a larger, more elegant breed is bred, known as American Shetland Pony. Shetland ponies are known for their durability, long lifespan, stubborness and docility. Their height at the withers is 100 to 115 centimeters.

Polish primitive horse

Polish primitive horse is a native, primitive breed of horses which orginates from wild hores of eastern Europe called tarpans. It is a long lived breed and accustomed to difficult living conditions. The height of adult horses is 130 to 140 centimeters at the withers.

Green legged partridge

This breed is especially well accustomed for free range foraging, they have attractive looking feathers, they are healthy and their tasty eggs contain low amount of cholesterol. Feathers of the rooster is sheen metallic green, and the hen is coloured like a partridge with beige brown back.

Domestic turkey

Turkeys are beatiful, majestic and largest and strongest domesticated birds. They are birds which love space and freedom.

Muscovy duck

Muscovy duck is also often called French duck. Males are much bigger then female, weigh around 5 kg, and female around 2,5 kg. Muscovy ducks exists in many different coloured breeds. The most common are white and black, black and white, white, black and spotted.

Cuban goose

The breed originating from Chinese goose. Cuban goose has grey-brown feathers with a dark stripe going through the back of head, neck and torso, black beak, dark red legs, sometimes black. The bodyweight of male geese are 5 kilograms on average, and female geese – 4 kilograms. Cuban geese are immune to changing enviromental conditions, are not easy to startle, are easy to breed.





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