Due to COVID-19, Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke is postponed until 2022.
Virtual Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke
While the coronavirus pandemic has forced the cancellation of this year's live event, you can still enjoy Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke with your family, virtually! Each year, Strawbery Banke Museum partners with farms and breeders as well as animal educators from NH, ME, MA, and NY who are experts in heritage animals including lambs, kids, calves, piglets, bunnies, chicks, and ducklings.
In place of admission, please consider making a tax-deductible gift to the Strawbery Banke Annual Fund.
Participating farms, breeders, and animal educators:
- Newly-hatched baby chicks, turkeys and ducklings
- Alpacas, Kerfluffle Fiber Farm (Lebanon, ME)
- Clun Forest Sheep, Riverbank Farm (Salisbury, NH)
- Gloucestershire Old Spot Pigs, Hampshire College (Amherst, MA)
- Gulf Coast Native Sheep, Heart Stone Farm (Milton, NH)
- Kerry Cattle, Kerry Cattle Association (Westminster, MA)
- Jacob Sheep, Hawthorn & Thistle Farmstead (Washington, ME)
- Lincoln Longwool Sheep, Weston Family Farm (Hancock, NH)
- Mulefoot Pigs, Dogpatch Farm (Washington, ME)
- Nigerian Dwarf Goats, Tiny Hill Farm (Milton Mills, NH)
- San Clemente Goats, End of the Road Farm (Berwick, ME)
- Shetland Sheep, Echo Valley Farm (Limerick, ME)
- Silver Fox Rabbits, Kerfluffle Fiber Farm (Lebanon, ME)
- Soay Sheep Hermit, Thrush Hill Farm (Fonda, NY)
Virtual Baby Animals: Heritage Breeds at the Banke is generously sponsored by the Little Sister Foundation, Fidelity Investments, Exeter Hospital, Berwick Academy, Joanne Lamprey, Piscataqua Savings Bank and North Hampton Animal Hospital.