This character, a donkey, is "the oldest animal on the farm, and the worst tempered."
One of the two cart-horses on the farm, this character's biggest triumph is his work on the windmill. Despite his strength, he is sensitive to the feelings of others.
A "stout, motherly mare," this character is one of the two cart-horses on the farm.
This character runs the farm called Pinchfield. His farm is better run than Pilkington's, but he is always involved in law suits.
This character, the owner of Manor Farm, gets the animals thinking about revolution when he gets drunk and is unable to perform all the chores around the farm.
Described only as "a poet," this character composes a poem in honor of Napoleon, and a patriotic song that replaces Beasts of England. This character represents...
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