9) Castle of Mey’s Cows and Sheep
In the year 2002, the Queen Mother established a fund of $6 million before her death. Due this, groups of animals in Britain were given the title for being the richest. It included a herd of about 150 Aberdeen Angus cattle in addition with the 200 North Country Cheviot sheep. You can find all of them at the Castle of Mey Farm. The Trust was established on 11 June 1996 is recognised by the Inland Revenue as Scottish charity. The Queen Mother also possessed an interest in the Aberdeen Angus breed of cattle, so the two became joint patrons of the Society, in 1937 with George VI.
The Queen Mother held her post honestly right up till her death at the age of 65.after that, each animal in the castle were given or awarded their fortune worth around $16,000 respectively. Along with them, a number of other animals also got a share in the money at the Castle of Mey, later. Not only cow and sip, it includes two goats, two piglets, six rare breed sheep, two male rabbits, three call ducks, six rare poultry with a couple of lovebirds who were named as Julia and Jeremy.