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Brilliant news so far, that we have 3 bull calves born this week. ...

Lambing has started and although we have had some rain the weather is warm, and on the whole they are doing well. We have had plenty of twins and a few triplets. ...

New arrivals fr April are 3 bagot goat kids. Two billys and a doe. ...

Shaun Renwick is owner of Cragend Farm; a working rare-breeds farm, country holiday destination, and plantation wood of just over 40 acres in Northumberland.   In 2012 over 1000 mixed deciduous trees, including alder, rowan, beech and oak were planted, and a Scots Pine stand of 10 new trees was planted in 2019 dedicated to the loved ones of people who live, and holiday in The ...

A winning photo! Our Bagot goats looking amazing with the fantastic backdrop of The Coquet Valley. A very proud moment for us. Cragend Bagot Goats win Best Herd Photo in the Bagot Goat Society competition. The photographer, Shaun, also needs a mention as although we know our goats are fabulous, without this shot, we would not have won! You can stay in our self-catering or B&a ...

We have been certified as an Assured Beef and Lamb Farm with Little Red Tractor. If you have any enquiries please contact us about our rare breed cows and sheep. ...

We would like to thank everyone who suggested names for our rare breed pedigree animals and especially those who chose to sponsor their named animal. If you are interested in sponsoring the names listed below, please contact us and we will be able to send you details about your chosen name: Whitebred Shorthorn Cattle: 1. Bull calf: Cragend Casper 2. Heifer calf: Crage ...

Our Pedigree Breed Cheviot sheep have been busy  today as lambing starts here at Cragend Farm with five new lambs born.  If you would like to see more please follow us on our Cragend Cheviot Sheep Facebook page and see all our updates on our  blog . You can also take an active role and sponsor one of our sheep, and even name the new ones. Please contact us for more details. ...

Well-loved Local Rothbury resident plants a dedication tree in April 2021.   Anthea Logan-Wood planted this Red oak tree on Sunday in the sunshine. She is a well known and loved Rothbury resident. As a child, she was evacuated to Cragend Farm during the Second World War, and her family stay is part of the history at Cragend Farm.  Her ties to Rothbury and Cragend Farm are stro ...

We are thrilled to announce the arrival of our first 2021 Bagot kid, born on Sunday 18th April to Archibald and Christina aka Bramble.  There are updates on Facebook Cragend Bagot goats and other social media platforms. ...