Rare Spots

22nd September 1995 at 01:00
Although at least 20 breeds of British farm animals became extinct in the first 70 years of this century, not one breed has been lost since 1973 when the Rare Breeds Survival Trust was established. At its approved centres and farm parks, visitors can see and touch a Gloucestershire Old Spot pig or a Golden Guernsey goat and types of poultry, sheep, horses and cattle rarely seen on farms today. List of centres from RBST at National Agricultural Centre, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 2LG. Details: 01203 696551.

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