The animals of the “Wild Farm”

Twenty-five years ago, only 16 cows lived in the Wild Farm, and today it is home to more than 1,200 indigenous cattle, who lead not just a free but a crazy life all year round.

They inhabit the beautiful region of the Eastern Rhodopes near the village of Gorno Pole, rich in protected areas and untouched nature. There are domesticated and wild bees, rabbits, Karakachan sheep and dogs, hawks and many other birds of prey, threatened with extinction worldwide.

In the dam close to the “Farm” is the hiding place of the domestic otter, which is also an extremely rare and endangered species.