Giant Sunflower Seeds Big Barn Farm


Giant Sunflower Seeds

Animated adventures of a group of baby animals who live on a farm. The Farmyard Bunch hope to relive the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, starting with a bean.


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Cock-a-doodle-doo!

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# This is Petal She's a piglet and she's brave

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-# She can be cheeky

-But she never misbehaves

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# This is Gobo He's a very bouncy goat

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-# He loves to butt

-And eats too much. #

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-Burp!

-Pardon?!

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# There's a dinky little donkey Name of Dash

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-# If you're in trouble...

-Will he help me?

-In a flash

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# This is Digger He's a happy little pup

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-# Is he cute?

-Dead right

-Can he bark?

-Not quite

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# And when you put them all together

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# And they love to be together

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# They'll be friends for ever down on Big Barn Farm! #

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It's a lovely morning here on Big Barn Farm.

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Old Pop is telling the friends the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

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So he swapped the cow for some magic beans.

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He's telling them how Jack sold his mum's cow for magic beans

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and grew a beanstalk.

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He climbed the beanstalk and found himself inside the giant's castle.

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And how the big scary giant

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chased Jack all the way down the giant beanstalk.

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And with one big chop of the axe, the beanstalk came tumbling down.

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And they all lived happily ever after.

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Oh, thank goodness for that. I was worried.

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Me too! Are there really giants?

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No! Are there?

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Mack the horse is pretty big.

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Well, I was always big for my age.

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I suppose I'd look enormous if I were an ant, but a giant, no.

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Wouldn't it be exciting to be like Jack.

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And climb up a beanstalk and meet a giant and everything.

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We haven't got any beans. You can't grow a beanstalk without beans.

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Jack got some beans by selling the cow.

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We could sell Madame.

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I can't see that going down very well.

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-# Moo

-La la

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-# Moo

-La la

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-# Moo

-La la

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# It's Madame the cow! #

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Moo la la.

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Zis cow ees not for sale.

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Hang on. What about we look around for some beans?

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We do live on a farm, after all.

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Mmm. I've never seen beans.

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But I've seen lots of seeds around the chicken coop.

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Oh, I'll go and look.

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Yes, the chickens do spill seeds when they're eating.

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And beans are a kind of seed.

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Here's one! Maybe this will grow into a beanstalk.

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Brrr! What's going on here, then?

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We're looking for a bean to grow a beanstalk to climb for an adventure.

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But Madame didn't want to be sold for magic ones.

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So we thought you might have one spare.

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When we get back, we'll chop it down and we'll live happily ever after.

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I'm sorry I asked! Carry on.

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# They'll be friends forever Down on Big Barn Farm! #

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The field is a good place to plant a beanstalk.

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Plenty of room for a beanstalk to grow.

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I'll dig a hole.

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PETAL: I'll put the seed in the hole.

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I'll cover the seed up.

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And I'll stamp the earth down. Ah, there.

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Now we just have to wait for it to grow.

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# Bom, bom-bom, bom, bom...

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# Bom, bom-bom, bom, bom

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# Bom, b-b-bom. #

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No sign of it yet.

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It's only been ten seconds, Gobo.

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Maybe there's not enough light here.

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-Or water.

-Mmm, plants need water and light to grow.

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It's a good point, Digger.

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Plants won't grow without water and light.

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But the important thing is patience.

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Oh, I know. Let's dig it up and move it.

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Yes, we'll move it somewhere sunny.

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No. Wait! I said you have to be patient.

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Oh, well.

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The farmyard bunch have replanted the seed near the path.

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DIGGER: It's certainly sunny here.

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But it's too near to the path.

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The tractor might drive by and squash it.

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No. The tractor never comes this way.

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Oh, no. We'd better move it again.

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This meadow should be just right.

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Well, it's sunny.

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And the ground is nice and damp.

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And safe from tractors.

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Sounds perfect. Time to be patient again.

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Well, a few days have gone by here on Big Barn Farm.

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There's been lots of sun and a bit of rain.

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The perfect conditions for seeds to sprout and grow.

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Oh, ha, oh-hoo. Oh.

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The friends are going back to see if their beanstalk has started to grow.

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Oh, look!

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-It's the beanstalk.

-Wow, it really is.

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It looks...oh, good enough to eat.

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Please don't eat it. That would be a serious setback for a beanstalk.

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I think we should all be patient and leave it a few more days.

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ALL: Oh!

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Another few days have passed here on the farm.

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The weather's been lovely, with a few showers.

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-Just right for growing beanstalk.

-Look!

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-The beanstalk.

-It's huge. Look, Petal.

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It IS big.

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If we climb it, will a giant appear?

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I don't think anyone should climb it.

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I don't think it would support a young donkey yet.

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-It needs to be thicker.

-It needs some fertiliser to grow more.

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-We could go and ask Mack.

-Good idea.

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He always has plenty of fertiliser, horses are famous for it.

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Gobo, you stay and protect the beanstalk.

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Leave it to me.

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You, um, OK on your own, Gobo?

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I think so. I'm beginning to get a little peckish, though.

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-You can't eat the beanstalk. You promised to look after it.

-Yes...

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But it's so...

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yummy and green and... perhaps just a lick.

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RUMBLING

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Huh! What's that?

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It might be your tummy rumbling, Gobo.

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It's not my tummy. Is it the giant?

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Oh, did he see me nibbling his beanstalk?

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Calm down, there's no such thing as...

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-THUNDERCLAP

-I'm off!

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It's all right. It's just thunder.

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There's a thunderstorm coming. Rain is what we need.

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THUNDER

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While the rain falls outside,

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a very worried farmyard bunch shelter inside the big barn.

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I tell you, I heard him!

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We heard the giant too, when we went back to the beanstalk.

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We brought the fertiliser from Mack and put it round the beanstalk.

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We heard the giant, but never saw him.

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I think the safest thing for us would be to sleep here tonight.

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Let's hope he's gone away tomorrow.

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-Time for bed.

-SNORING

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Cock-a-doodle-doo!

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Time to get up!

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SNORTS AND GASPS

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-Sleep well?

-I slept quite badly, actually.

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Me too.

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And me. Er, me three?

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I just hope the giant isn't waiting for us outside.

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SQUEAK

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ALL: The giant!

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Oh, morning, you lot.

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Have you seen what's down in the meadow?

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Oh, thank goodness it's you, Old Pop.

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We thought it was a giant.

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-Giant?

-You must have heard all that noise last night.

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The loud noise you heard, it was just thunder.

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There was a thunderstorm last night.

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ALL: Oh!

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And as for the beanstalk. I think you'd better come and have a look.

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# Big Barn Farm. #

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Ah, look!

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That fertiliser has certainly worked.

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With all that rain last night, we've got, not a beanstalk, but a...

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Pizza on a stick.

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No! A sunflower!

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Oh, it's much more beautiful than a beanstalk!

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Can we still climb up it for an adventure like Jack?

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I don't think so, Digger.

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I think beanstalks and giants are just for storybooks.

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RUMBLING

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And that noise is only thunder.

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No, sorry. This time it was my tummy rumbling.

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Oh, Gobo! You're not hungry again?!

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Well, it is time for breakfast.

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It all goes to show. You should never mess with giants.

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Or hungry goats.

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ALL: Ha-ha-ha-ha!

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And you can't argue with that, Digger.

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See you next time here on Big Barn Farm.

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# This is Petal She's a piglet and she's brave

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-# She can be cheeky

-But she never misbehaves

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# This is Gobo He's a very bouncy goat

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-# He loves to play

-And eat all day. #

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-Burp!

-Pardon?!

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# There's a dinky little donkey Name of Dash

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-# If you're in trouble...

-Will he help me?

-In a flash

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# This is Digger He's a happy little pup

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-# Is he cute?

-Dead right

-Can be bark?

-Not quite

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# The ducks are splashing in and out the pond

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-# And Mrs Chickens

-Gossip, gossip, all day long

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-# Madame is French and lovely

-Ooh la la!

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# And we all know who goes "Cock-a-doodle-doo" #

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Cock-a-doodle-doo!

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# Mrs Snuffles and her piglets come to play

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# And Old Pop makes sure that everyone is safe

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-# Who's the tallest of them all?

-It's Mack

-The horse

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-# And last, not least, their friends

-The sheep

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-# Now you've seen them all together

-And they love to be together

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-# They'll be friends for ever

-Down on Big Barn Farm! #

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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Animated adventures of a group of baby animals who live together on Big Barn Farm. Gobo the goat, Petal the pig, Digger the puppy and Dash the donkey help each other out as they go about life on the farm. The Farmyard Bunch hope to relive the story of Jack and the Beanstalk, beginning with a bean.


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