Farm Animal Facts


About think Differently About Sheep

Sentient Sheep

Sheep in religion and mythology

Sheep in Art

Sheep Breeds

Help Our Sheep


Animal Rights

Factory Farming

Animal Rights and Why they Matter

Sentience in Farm Animals

Animal Sentience Stories

Farm Animal Facts

Why Animals matter:
A Religious and Philosophical perspective

Vegan Rambles

Something Positive

Photograph Gallery


Animals in art

Art Gallery

Clip art


Graphic Quotations

Portrait Gallery: Animals do Not all Look the Same


Useful Links: Action You Can Take


A Memorial to Sooty

A Memorial to Joey

A Memorial To Patch

Urge Canada to End Its Shameful Seal Slaughter
https://Stop The Canadian Seal Hunt



Did you know...

bullet Cattle have an almost total 360-degree panoramic vision
bullet Sheep have an excellent good long term memory, they can remember as many as fifty faces for up to two years
bullet A pig can run a 7 minute mile
bullet Chickens are able to communicate with their mother whilst still in the egg and she with them
bullet Turkeys have a large vocabulary. Yes that's right! Wild Turkeys have been found to have twenty distinct and specific vocalisations
bullet Bees are fascinating creatures and have been around an incredibly long time; the oldest known bee fossil is 100 million years old,

These and many other interesting and unusual facts concerning sheep, pigs, chickens, turkeys, cattle and bees may be found by clicking the links below. More pages will be added in the near future featuring facts about other poultry, fish and Crustaceans







Important please note:

I am not an animal expert of any kind just your average person who loves animals, all animals, and feels deeply about the plight of many of our fellow creatures. Neither am I a writer, or any other expert. Therefore please keep in mind that the information included in this website has been researched to the best of my ability and any misinformation is quite by accident but of course possible.

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Banner and background from the painting: Landscape with Cows and Sheep.