Farm

Farm

Old MacDonald had a farm . . . . And his only regret was that he didn't have HANSA ANIMALS!  This heirloom quality collection, features dozens of clucking, oinking, braying, and whinnying animals that when grouped together provide a "WOW" evoking attraction . . . from the bustle of Manhattan, to the farmlands of Iowa, this individually hand crafted collection of soft, cuddly, interactive animals, provide hours of creative fun, tags that teach, and an experience that will warm your heart and help you enjoy the magic of "life on the farm". . . . .  

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Duck, White
SKU: 4945
Ducks can be found on all continents except for Antarctica and most of the world's islands. The legs of most ducks are placed far apart and towards the rear, making them awkward walkers but efficient swimmers. Some species nest in holes in trees but most nest on the ground. These nests contain 4-12 eggs. Ducklings are able to swim and feed themselves soon after they hatch.
Floppy Sheep Mama
SKU: 3790
Sheep are found in Australia, New Zealand, South America and the western United states. Sheep are social animals and love to be in groups, which also furthers their protection. Sheep usually produce 1 or 2 lambs a year, although 5 have been recorded. The lambs are born wooly and open-eyed. Sheep see in color and also have a four chambered stomach. They like to eat grass and other short roughage.
Gentle Ewe Sheep Ride-on
SKU: 3595
Goat Life Size
SKU: 4684
Goose Mother
SKU: 3709
Gray And White Guinea Pig
SKU: 4392
The guinea pig is a rodent with short rounded ears and no tail. They have small stout bodies, about 8 to 16 inches long. The hair in some species is long and varies in texture from rough to smooth. Guinea pigs are found in South America. Some are native to the higher ranges of the Andes and Peru. Their diet consists of vegetation. Most guinea pigs breed once a year.
Gray Mouse
SKU: 5579
Hen Chicks
SKU: 5378
A chick is a baby chicken. The chicken is one of the most common domestic animals. On poultry farms male chickens are called cockerels and females are known as hens. Chickens eat mostly worms, insects, seeds, and green vegetation. Their wattles and combs help them cool by redirecting blood flow to the skin. The comb is the crest on their head and the wattles are the hanging flaps under their beaks...
Lamb Baby Life Size
SKU: 4787
Little Lamb
SKU: 4287
Sheep are found in Australia, New Zealand, South America and the western United states. Sheep are social animals and love to be in groups, which also furthers their protection. Sheep usually produce 1 or 2 lambs a year, although 5 have been recorded. The lambs are born wooly and open-eyed. Sheep see in color and also have a four chambered stomach. They like to eat grass and other short roughage.
Llama Bull
SKU: 3582
The llama is found mostly in Southern Peru through western Bolivia, Argentina & Chile. They feed on grass, herbs, shrubs and lichen. Llamas are related to camels but do not have a hump. Llamas are domestic animals and are used to carry loads. They can hold up to 75 pounds and travel up to 20 miles in one day. When llamas are angry they are known to spit.
Llama Lady
SKU: 3583
Oliver Pig
SKU: 3380
Pigs are found worldwide. They have a plate of cartilage in their snouts that is reinforced with a small bone making it easier for them to push, dig and break through tangled brush. Pigs give birth to a larger number of young. They are omnivorous and can scavenge a wide range of food. Pigs are the 4th most intelligent animals in the world.
Paint Pony Life Size
SKU: 3772
Penelope Pig
SKU: 4944
Pigs are found worldwide. They have a plate of cartilage in their snouts that is reinforced with a small bone making it easier for them to push, dig and break through tangled brush. Pigs give birth to a larger number of young. They are omnivorous and can scavenge a wide range of food. Pigs are the 4th most intelligent animals in the world.

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