There are a number of ways to adopt a lamb and become a member of adoptafarm.com for either you or a friend.
Follow the Adopt A Lamb Kit process and purchase the kit on line through our secure on line banks
(Worldpay or PayPal). You will receive the fabulous Adopt A Lamb Kit at an address of your choice through the post with a unique joining reference
and your joining instructions. You can then choose and name your adopted lamb for one year on line at adoptafarm.com. The Adopt A Lamb Kit is ideal to give as a present for a friend.
Purchase a copy of the Adopt A Lamb Kit when you see one in the shops.
||Adopt and name your lamb on line now and get your adopted lamb for one year immediately.
Adopt a Lamb Kit and Adopt a Lamb online gives members the same access within the site - Members are able to name and keep up to date with the all the details on their
adopted lamb with insight on what is happening on AdoptaFarm and receive a
free online SwapLamb which can be fed and exercised online.
What you receive when you join
Name your Adopted Lamb
Follow your Adopted Lamb stories throughout the year
Name Your SwapLamb
Feed and exercise your SwapLamb
Participate in the AdoptaFarm League
AdoptaFarm 360 degree Virtual Farm Tour CD
AdoptaFarm video clips
Farmer Joe's soundtracks
Car bumper stickers
Membership of the AdoptaFarm Shepherds scheme
What you can expect to access through the year
AdoptaFarm Photographs and at least 24 true life stories
Participate in the AdoptaFarm Forum
Send Free email photographs of their Lamb.
Send Free email messages with Lamb Photographs
Lambing Birth stories
Sheep Shearing stories
Sheep Dipping stories
Silage Making stories
Barley Process stories
Health Treatments stories
To adopt a lamb on line is very simple, select one of the baby animals up for
adoption and fill in your details on the form which will show on the screen. By joining
AdoptaFarm you can access regular updates on the site about your chosen adoptee at least once a
month. You will learn about life on the farm through the year for all of the animals found
there. You will read about and see photographs of the lambs and calves from their birth
through the sheep dipping and the shearing during the summer and into winter when life in
the fields becomes a little colder. All of what you see will be real events on the farm at