Could you name the Christmas calves

Tannaghmore Rare Breeds Animal Farm received a very special gift on Christmas Day with the birth of two beautiful female Irish Moiled calves.

The animals were safely delivered thanks to the expertise of farm staff Colin and Jeff with a little help from a local vet. Both mother and calves are healthy, happy and thriving.

Although Tannaghmore Rare Breeds Animal Farm is currently closed to the public due to Covid-19 regulations, they are giving people the chance to welcome the farms latest residents by taking part in their ‘Name the Christmas Calves’ Competition.

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The winning entry, which will be chosen by the Lord Mayor, will receive a special springtime guided tour of the farm for all the family (Covid regulations permitting) where they will get to meet the calves along with all the other animals at Tannaghmore.

The two beautiful calves born on Christmas Day at Tannaghmore Rare Breeds Animal Farm along with their very proud mother

Simply send your suggestions along with your name, address and contact details to [email protected]

Entries must be received by 5pm on Friday, January 29, with the winning entry announced on social media