Croxteth Park Farm is a traditional working Victorian Farm set within the grounds of Croxteth Hall and Country Park and was formally owned by the late Lord Sefton’s estate. Our Farm was recognised as a Rare Breeds Approved Conservation Centre in 1986 and since then has become one of the leading Conservation Farm Parks in the UK housing many different species and breeds of farm livestock. Liverpool City Council took over the running of Home Farm between 1980 and 2014. The Farm is now owned and managed by NSC.
Croxteth Park Farm is the only RBST approved conservation park within the North West of England. Breeding programmes are vital for the survival and sustainability of such rare livestock, and the animals at Croxteth play a significant role in this with offspring being sent to other farm parks to increase genetic diversity and develop new breeding programmes for their respected breeds.
Uniquely located for both local and regionally-based visitors, the Farm is situated only 2 miles from the region’s M57 Motorway that connects with the M62 and M58 to put some 5 million people within a 45 minutes drive of the Farm.