Weald & Downland Living Museum, Singleton PO18 0EU
Sunday, July 14, 10am-4.30pm
The Rare & Traditional Breeds Show is back at the Weald & Downland Living Museum for 2019 with hundreds of cattle, sheep, pigs and goats participating in the event.
With prizes at stake and classes for young handlers, this event is hugely popular with visitors and exhibitors alike.
There are lots of classes to see and opportunities to meet the breeders, who are keeping rare breeds which could be in danger of extinction if demand for their produce isn’t maintained – a taste for quality over factory-farmed, intensively-raised meat products.
As well as looking at the animals, visitors can buy a range of delicious produce from vendors of food and drink, plus craft and trade stands and watch demonstrations with a countryside theme.
Regular museum admission prices apply and include admission to the show. Advance tickets can be bought online or entry is available on the day. Children aged four years and under enter free of charge.