New additions to our Rouse Hill House & Farm family


Here at Rouse Hill House & Farm, we have some new additions to our farm family!

On Monday morning this week the first of our new additions was born, and we were delighted to receive another new family member on Thursday morning.

These two new male calves will grow up together at Rouse Hill House & Farm, and they won’t be lonely, with two more calves expected any day now.

In these photos you can see the new calves with their mothers, and some of the other cows getting to know the new arrivals.

No names as yet, but we’re open to your suggestions! 

Visit Rouse Hill House & Farm and see our growing family.


  • Two adult cows with calf at their feet.
  • Adult cow standing with new calf at feet.
  • White faced calf.
  • New calf standing with two adult cows.
  • Calf feeding from mother cow.

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