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Bennetts Wallaby


Bennetts Wallabies Males £400.00 , Females £1000.00 Pairs £1,200

At present we have some male Bennetts for sale , last years youngsters

Here at Moon Ridge we keep Bennett’s and Parma wallabies , the Bennett’s being the larger of the two.

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Here at Moon Ridge we keep Bennett’s and Parma wallabies , the Bennett’s being the larger of the two

About the Bennett’s Wallaby

At maturity the Bennett’s Wallaby reaches a height of about 24 to 30 inches and weighs between 30 and 50 pounds. The males usually take on the larger size characteristics after several years. They are normally a brownish gray in color with light stomachs. Some albino varieties do exist, but are rare. With shelter, the Bennett’s Wallaby can survive in cold weather up to 20 degrees below zero.

Bennett’s Wallabies are a social animal and live in groups called mobs. They have an alertness about them when someone or something approaches them. They otherwise tend to graze and stay relaxed. They are constantly grooming their fur coat. They like to lay out and take in the sun and fresh air. They even enjoy the rain,

The females do not display an aggressive type of behavior, but the males do tend to be more aggressive to one another and it is not unusual to see them sparing it out grabbing and boxing with front legs and kicking with their back legs at one another. After a period of time, one usually hops away.

They are really gentle animals by nature and when approached cautiously, they will become very friendly in a short period of time. This is especially true of the young offspring, as they quickly become trusting to human kindness. They are playful and tend to hop about in a graceful way.

The Bennett’s Wallaby, like the kangaroo, are among the most recognized of the marsupials found in the Australian region in the wild. They are found in open areas, brush areas, rocky outcroppings and forests. The wild wallabies feed on grasses and brush. Many varieties of the wallaby exist in the world. The Bennett’s Wallaby is one of the most common found in the world today.


Housing and Fencing

A pair of Bennett’s Wallabies should be kept in at least 1/3 acre grassy area. The more space the less problems you will have health wise. Trees and bushes are needed for shelter from heat and cold, and this also provides a hiding place for the wallaby. Fencing should be a least 5 feet tall with very small mesh openings. A smaller opening will keep them from catching their noses and breaking their neck should something panic them. Housing can be based on your area. It can range from nothing more than a small three sided shelter, to a large doghouse, to an elaborate building. They tend to stay outside and block the wind with tree trunks or bushes.

Care and Feeding

The Bennett’s Wallaby is easy to care for and if you faithfully follow a regular routine, you will have few problems. The wallabies are foragers and like to eat grasses and hay along with a regular feed ration. They also love carrots, sweet potatoes, apples, and other vegetables. They love treats such as bread and they eat right out of your hand. The bread also provides a medium to allow you to administer wormers and drugs without stress to the animal. The wallabies should be put on a routine worming program and watched for any different behavior as a sign of a problem. They should also have a salt/trace mineral supplement available to them along with fresh water at all times. .


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Passionate about poultry

Passionate about poultry

We all love working with poultry. Between us there is over 8 decades of experience in owning all types of poultry as a hobby and commercially. Our poultry team have qualifications in animal and poultry care. All our team participate in our regular training sessions led by top poultry vets.

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Plenty of poultry

As well as our breeds of chickens we have ducks, geese, quail, peafowl and guinea fowl, beautiful wildfowl and even rheas. All kept in a beautiful farm setting overlooking the Creedy valley. We have poultry paddocks, open fronted barns, a quackery, parkland and brooder areas where all our birds can be seen.

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Plus, more than Poultry

As a working farm we also have pygmy goats, sheep, deer , pigs , wallabies to purchase (advance notice needed) We also have a fabulous shop here selling everything poultry from feed and bedding to housing plus a range of other feeds for your small holding animals.