Fourteen gorgeous baby spotty piglets are available for all visitors to see and fortunately Sage will be able to look after the babies on her own as she has just enough teats to suckle them all.
Many of the people who visited the farm early in February during half term were willing her to give birth while they were there, but they were eventually born overnight, a week overdue.
"We are thrilled with the litter produced by this lovely sow," said Margaret Pursch, staff member at Roves Farm . "She has kept us all guessing for ages. Visitors can now handle the restless piglets."
Mothers can have their own special day out for free at Roves Farm on Mothers Day on 22 March if they are accompanied by a paying child or an adult if their child is under 3 years old.
Cream teas and other tasty homemade treats will be available from the Granary Tearoom. Special willow craft for mums (with a little help from their offspring) will also be taking place.
There are lots of activities under cover – so it doesn't matter if the wind blows or the rain falls!
The adventure play and straw bale stack keeps the children warm as they run around, and the younger ones can play in the heated soft-play and sandpit area. There is an indoor picnic and craft barn which will be heated by large gas heaters should the weather be chilly.
The Farm Visitor Centre is open 10.30 -5.00pm, Wednesday to Sundays, until 1 April and then daily throughout the Easter Holidays.