About Us

Dear Homestead Customer,

When we first started breeding alpacas we quickly discovered that it was very difficult to get hold of all the supplies, products and equipment we needed. We had to track them down from many different suppliers and even send off half way round the world for some items.

We then realised that the same is true for supplies for many other animals so we set out  to assemble a really good range of the best animal care products available, and if we couldn't find them to have them specially made. We talked to friends who keep sheep, goats, llamas, poultry, horses and ponies  to find out their favourite products, including useful and beautiful household items and a good selection of home cheese and yoghurt making supplies.

It is that carefully chosen range that you see on Homestead Farm Supplies today. Enjoy shopping with Homestead and please feel free to ring or email us if you don't see what you are looking for.

Best wishes,

Matthew and Diane Tims

  • India meets Oliver

    28th May 2018  Matthew

    India meets Oliver

    When 3 month old alpaca India and her mother Emma-Rose moved to live with Terry and Johanna at their alpaca farm in Sussex it was the first time she had been away from the fields where she was born. She quickly made a new friend though. Oliver is a l

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  • The Isle Of Wight Donkey Sanctuary

    28th May 2018  Matthew

    The Isle Of Wight Donkey Sanctuary

    Based in beautiful countryside near Wroxall in the Isle of Wight, the Sanctuary's principal aim is to provide a home for unwanted donkeys. There are usually more than 100 animals in their care – usually over 90 donkeys and 25 horses and ponies. These

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  • Pedro's Home Cheese Making Goes From Strength to Strength

    22nd Mar 2018  Matthew

    Pedro's Home Cheese Making Goes From Strength to Strength

    Pedro Collins is a friend of Homestead Farm Supplies and has been making cheese at home in Oxfordshire for about 2 years. He has perfected a range of distinctive cheeses, made from the milk from his goats Rosie (pictured with Pedro) and Missy. He sel

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