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Rutland Farm Park in Oakham is forced to sell animals and equipment to cover the winter costs




Animals are being sold off by the owners of a family-run farm park to help it survive the Winter.

Rutland Farm Park reopened in 2017 but a combination of two harsh winters and the death of its founder in December has plunged the business into financial turmoil.

The owners have been forced to put alpacas, lambs and sheep, cattle, ducks, cockerels and rabbits on sale - as well as farm equipment - to make ends meet after Daphne Ball’s assets were frozen.


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