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DONKEY FOAL - 13746
Friesians are powerful, black horses, bred exclusively as black horses. At one time they were often the horses of knights - today they are used as draught or dressage horses.
Trakehner are noble, warmblood horses that are often used for jumping and dressage. They can reach a height of 170 cm at the withers and have many colors.
Dimensions: 5.9 x 1.4 x 4.3 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Trakehner are pure-bred warmblood horses. For many horse fans these elegant animals are the ideal modern riding horse. Trakehner are especially suited as sport horses; they are just as talented at dressage as at jumping.
Arabian horses were bred by Bedouins and lived with the families in the desert - sometimes they even slept in their tents! Almost all horse breeds go back to an Arabian bloodline, as Arabian horses were crossed in order to pass on certain characteristics such as speed, endurance and a disposition for healthy bones to other breeds.
Black Angus cattle are originally from Scotland. They are now mainly bred in the United States and are popular worldwide for their excellent meat quality.
A Black Angus calf drinks its mother’s milk for the first six to eight months. The cattle of this breed grow very fast – an eight-month-old calf can weigh 160-180 kg. Originally the animals come from Scotland, where the weather can be very cold and wet. The animals are therefore very robust.
BLACK CAT STANDING - 13770
Cats have an extraordinary sense of balance. And even if they should fall, they hardly get hurt. It is even said that they always land on their feet. And it is true: If they fall back first, they first turn the head and front legs towards the floor, then the spine and then back legs.
The domestic donkey comes originally from the African donkey. It copes well with hot temperatures and makes little demands on its food. It is often described as stubborn and stupid when he stops for seemingly no reason at all and refuses to move on. However, the opposite is the case. Donkeys cannot run as fast as horses, so it would be senseless...
In the Tinker are the mighty Shire horse, the powerful Clydesdale, the majestic Friesian and the sure-footed Dales Pony. These were bred by travellers to the UK and Ireland to make for a strong and sturdy pull- and workhorse. At the same time they stayed very much on top of the horses characters. They should be absolutely gentle and reliable. To...
The Tinker has a beautiful piebald coat, a magnificent mane, a full tail and lots of hair on the fetlocks.
In the Tinker are the mighty Shire horse, the powerful Clydesdale, the majestic Friesian and the sure-footed Dales Pony. These were bred by travellers to the UK and Ireland to make for a strong and sturdy pull- and workhorse. At the same ti...
In the Tinker are the mighty Shire horse, the powerful Clydesdale, the majestic Friesian and the sure-footed Dales Pony. These were bred by travelers to the UK and Ireland to make for a strong and sturdy pull- and workhorse. At the same time they stayed very much on top of the horses characters. They should be absolutely gentle and reliable. To ...
Pink and pudgy, pigs are prized for pork and pot-bellies. Originally domesticated in Southwest Asia, China, and Europe, pigs were valuable and easy to please thanks to their adjustable nature and status as omnivores. For meat, bristles, and skin, pigs were profitable in farming. Currently, in some countries, pigs help in finding truffles with th...
Pigs are very social animals and care lovingly for their litter. If they can be born outside, the pregnant mother pig digs a homely hollow and fills it with soft branches, grass and leaves before she gives birth to her litter. In it, the little ones are born and after a few minutes they start looking for the teat to slurp tasty breast milk.
ICELANDIC PONY MARE - 13790
ANDALUSIAN MARE HORSE - 13793
Pintos have unique, beautiful fur drawings that give the horses more personality. Nevertheless, the Pintos do not form a separate breed. They are a colour breed, which is found in almost all breeds. The coat patterns are different in "Overo" and "Tobiano". Overos have a coloured coat with white piebald.
Bulls can weigh over 1,000 kg and grow to be almost two metres in height. Although they look clumsy and sedate, they are extremely agile and nimble. They can effortlessly jump over pasture fences.
Cows canâ€™t understand human language, but they can distinguish between a friendly and an unfriendly tone of voice. They can also tell from the tone of voice whether someone is serious and sincere.
Cows show affection by licking each othersâ€™ heads, shoulders and backs. If they are separated from their friends, they often get stressed and sad....
Cows are very sensitive animals. Calves are protected by their mothers, who are immediately there for them if they are afraid or if they cry out in hunger. The mothers lick them to calm them down.After birth, the calves are lovingly licked dry by their mothers in their stall. After just a few days, they can join the other cows out on the pasture...
Domestic geese are descended from wild grey geese. They are very loyal animals who feel most comfortable in large flocks of geese and remain with their partner for their whole lives.
Fleckvieh cows have a white head, white legs, a white belly and a white bushy tail. The rest of their coat is covered in patches that range in colour from light gold to reddish brown.
Cows and their calves have an extremely deep, life-long bond. They lick and nibble at each other. If they are separated, they can recognise each other later on from their voice and scent. Calves are born around once a year. It’s very important they drink their mother’s milk within the first few hours.
Pinto foals are born with their characteristic piebald coat. Over time, coloured patches can develop, but the white areas generally don’t change. Pintos are often confused with Paint Horses, because they look very similar. However, Paint Horses are a specific breed, while pintos are defined by the appearance of their coat.
TENNESSEE WALKER HORSE FOAL - 13804
MUSTANG HORSE STALLION - 13805
MUSTANG HORSE MARE - 13806
CLYDESDALE HORSE GELDING - 13808
CLYDESDALE HORSE MARE - 13809
CLYDESDALE HORSE FOAL - 13810
ARAB HORSE STALLION - 13811
HAFLINGER HORSE MARE - 13812
HAFLINGER STALLION HORSE - 13813
Schleich - 13816 | Farm World: Rodeo Bull
The insignia of two horsesâ€™ heads is branded onto Hanoverian foalsâ€™ hindquarters, though only if both parents are registered in the studbook. Hanoverians are attentive, even-tempered horses who are keen learners and are especially suited to jumping and dressage.
Dimensions: 3.3 x 0.8 x 3.1 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Lipizzaners can master difficult dressage exercises with ease. The breed is best known for the capriole. This is a jump in place in which all four of the horsesâ€™ hoofs are in the air. At the highest point, it kicks out with the hind legs before landing.
5.8 x 1.5 x 3.9 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Lipizzaner foals have dark coats when they are born. They only go white after six to ten years. However, sometimes Lipizzaners retain their brown coat. There are always a couple of brown Lipizzaners at the Spanish Riding School, because they are believed to bring good luck.
3.4 x 0.9 x 3.2 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Only Andalusians that are listed in the studbook can be designated a Pure Spanish Horse (PRE). In order to be listed, they have to undergo a registration and selection process. The horse is inspected and its gaits and physical build are assessed.
5.6 x 2 x 4.5 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Andalusian foals arenâ€™t fully grown until the age of six or seven. This is significantly later than foals from other horse breeds. In the first few years, they are gently introduced to wearing a halter and being showered. This helps the foals to learn to trust people.
Â 3.2 x 1.3 x 3.1 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Male ducks are easily identifiable by their colourful, iridescent plumage. After breeding, the Drake lose their colourful feathers and don their so-called Eclipse plumage. During this time, only the yellow Bill can be used to tell them apart from the females. suitable for ages 3 years +
All fowl have a crest on their head. It consists of a flap of skin and is particularly large and noticeable on cocks. The serrated comb, which looks like a blazing fire, is the best known. In addition, there are butterfly, rose and pea-shaped combs.
1.1 x 2.4 x 2.6 inchÂ (W x D x H)
Hens lay between 250-300 eggs per year. Although it may look that way at first, no two eggs are the same. They are of varying size and never have the same colour. They can be white, light or even dark brown. Even the small spots and speckles are always a little different.
A rabbit's favourite foods are juicy herbs, fresh clover, salad, twigs and peelings. Rabbits are very sociable animals. When sensing danger, they thump their hind legs on the ground so as to warn their relatives. If a predator comes too close, they flee in zigzag formation.
1.8 x 1.7 x 1 inchÂ (W x D x H)
During the day, goats' pupils narrow to almost rectangular, horizontal slits. This is used to protect their eyes from too much sunlight. With their broad pupils they have a wide field of view of 320-340 degrees and can promptly recognize enemies like wolves.Fun factGoats cannot perceive the colour blue. For them the sky is always grey.
Goat and kids recognize each other by the sound of their calls, not by their appearance. Kids suckle for a period of six months, before they begin to eat leaves and grass. Their age can be determined by their teeth. A one-year-old kid has, for example, two teeth, while a two-year-old has four teeth and is then considered adult.Fun Fact:Newly bor...
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