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LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

Read about the latest news and events that have been happening at Dean Farm Trust – don’t forget to check out our social media channels for news and announcements of forthcoming events.

Below are the six most recent news & events stories from all the news & events categories (click the button ‘Show more’ if you’d like to read older articles), if there is a specific news & events category you’d like to read about, click on one of the links below…

» Betty’s blog
» Events
» Golden Girls
» Inspirational Stories
» Pig Rescue
» Run for Freedom

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We will be having our very first open day on Sunday 3rd September and we would love to see many of our supporters there. It will be a fun day for all of the family, with lots going on and the...

Bobby came to us two weeks ago from a local farmer. A friend of the farmer contacted us desperate to find bobby a home – she didn’t want Bobby to go to market, being a castrated male she knew where...

Due to cross breeding there are many different breeds of ducks but are generally divided into two different types; Mallards and Muscovy/Barbary – it is estimated that over 14 million ducks are reared for meat in the UK each year,...

Puppies raised within puppy farming facilities are highly more likely than other puppies to suffer from a wide range of inherited or acquired health defects due to their ancestry, living conditions and the standard of care given to them and...

Whether breeding for scientific research or to keep as a family pet these intelligent beings are suffering vast amounts of pain and stress with the majority kept in extremely poor or unsuitable conditions. ...

In April 2014 we rescued Rosie and Hebe, two ponies who were in desperate need of help. Their previous owners left them to fend for themselves with no shelter and very little food during the cold winter months. Rosie was...