Useful Links

Cotswold Farm Park

Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park is the home of Rare Breeds Conservation and is also home to the Bemborough herd of White Park cattle.

Rare Breeds Survival Trust

Rare Breeds Survival Trust is the leading national charity working to conserve and protect the United Kingdom’s rare native breeds of farm animals from extinction. We believe in the value of the UK’s rich and varied livestock heritage and that this needs to be conserved as a vital genetic resource for future generations and the benefit of agriculture.

Heathylee House Farm

Heathylee House Farm is a traditional hill farm on the Derbyshire/Staffordshire border in the Peak District.  They breed all types of livestock to grace your garden or graze your estate, including White Park cattle.

Hoo’s Herd

Rebecca and Matthew Hargreaves, in partnership with Fergus Milne, started to raise the Hoo’s Herd of White Park cattle in 2011.  The herd lives amongst the beautiful Chiltern hills, literally at the bottom of their garden, and are fed grass year-round with plenty of land to roam in – giving them the best possible life and resulting in the best possible meat.

Broadecton Farm

Broadecton is a family run traditional farm located in a particularly beautiful, diverse and culturally rich part of the White Peak in Derbyshire. Ideal for walking, riding (cycle and horse) and site seeing activities, as well as being central enough to make day trips to take in all that the Peak District National Park and surrounding areas have to offer, including being only a 30 minute drive from the Alton Towers theme park.   There are two self catering cottages on the farm as well as a camping barn.  The rare breed White Park cattle herd and Upland Swaledale sheep flock, both bred and finished for meat, on our sustainable wild flower hay meadows, make up the day to day environmental stewardship farming activities.

Northfield Farm

Based in Oakham, Rutland and home of the Valentine herd of White Park Cattle, Northfield Farm is leading the way for proper well hung, hand made meats.   They have won many awards across all their products, are sustainable and only provide the highest quality.  In addition to their on-farm shop White Park beef is increasingly available from their London base at the world famous Borough Market.  Northfield maintains a waiting list for this remarkable beef during periods when none is available.

Grays Country Gifts

Do you love White Parks but find yourself unable to own any cattle?  Perhaps you would like to consider a beautiful, limited edition figurine of either a White Park bull or a cow and her calf.  Fashioned by renowned artist Ray Ayres after several visits to view White Park cattle in the flesh the Border Fine Arts figurines are available for purchase through Grays Country Gifts. 


Pedeweb On-Line Herd Book

The White Park Cattle Society has a members-only online herd book hosted by Grassroots Systems Ltd.  Members can register new calves, notify the Society of transfers, advertise cattle for sale and view pedigree details for any registered White Park animal.  If you are a member please consider using Pedeweb.   You will need your membership number and password to access the herd book – the Secretary Jane Hampson can supply these if you cannot locate them.

Society Facebook page

Are you a fan of social media?  If you have a Facebook account then please “Like” the White Park Cattle Society page.  We currently have over 1,000 “Likes” and regularly post news on cattle for sale plus other Society activities.  Be the first to hear our news!


White Parks enjoying a lazy summer day


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