The calf is among seven to be born on our Estate in recent days, with another six on their way.
Eight-year-old mum Ava is keeping a close eye on the new arrival whose father, Seb the bull is set to become a dad 12 times over.
The herd was introduced into an ancient oak woodland on our 2,000 acre Estate known as High Park three years ago, to trample undergrowth and clear spaces for acorns from the ancient oaks to germinate and grow.
High Park is home to the greatest number of ancient oak trees anywhere in Europe. Around 90% of our woodland is made up of oak trees and it is thought that at least 60 of them date back to the Middle Ages.
Early in the 20th century the total number of herds had dropped to just seven with less than 150 individual cattle remaining. However today, thanks to a resurgence in interest in rare and heritage breeds their numbers have increased more than ten-fold.
The reintroduction of the cattle is part of our Estate’s Land Strategy plan that looks at innovative ways to protect, utilise and open up access to our 12,000 acre Estate over the coming decades.