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Gardening

Everything you need to go from seed to produce

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Equine

Browse our wide range of saddlery products from numnahs to spurs and stirrups

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Poultry

Chicken & poultry keeping products from drinkers and feeders to incubators

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Welcome to Little Fields Farm!

Our online country store stocks 1000s of products for horses and their riders, Poultry, Pets and outdoor garden furniture.

Our family business has been supplying great value products for five years. Our main areas which may be of interest to you are our numnahs, saddle pads, horse care and health products.

Our strong position with poultry keeping sees us supplying incubators, chicken feeders, chicken drinkers and many health products.

If you would like some help finding the right product please don't hesitate to give us a call on 01455 393 000 we will be more than happy to help.

Inspiration

4 Helpful Tips for a Well-Maintained Horse Stable

Owning a horse stable can be a delightful and rewarding experience. Horses are generally considered as tasteful and regal animals and are exceptionally admired by pet-lovers. Whether you keep them for riding, annual competitions, or simply as charming pets, a stable full of horses can instantly lift up anyone’s heart.

Why Your Horse Needs a Lot of Water and How to Supply It

Have you ever thought about where the phrase ‘drinks like a horse’ came from?

Horses drink a lot of water so, whether you own a horse or are planning to buy one soon, here’s what you need to know about why a constant supply of clean water is important for equine care.

4 Crucial Tips to Help You Raise Your Own Beautiful Garden

When you decide to raise your own garden, you automatically assume the position of a responsible, keen gardener. You can’t take care of your lawn with an indifferent attitude and by simply doing what works.

Poultry Trends: Why Does Your Flock Need Leg Rings?

Most of the farmers in the chicken business are avid breeders that raise chicken families and mix breeds like nobody’s business. Now, it would have been fine if your feathered friends had names and distinct features like we do. But the thing is that they don’t. So it’s necessary to find a way to tell them apart.