MEET THE TEAM
The animals are the team. Here's some info on some of them.
Shade is an American Miniature Horse. He is about 15 years old but still has a long life ahead of him. He is the boss of the group and will remind any critter who forgets. Shade loves kids and enjoys interacting with them. He has been in parades, film, and has even gone to the beach. He's quite the amazing mini.
Eeyore is a mini donkey who loves to have his face cuddled. He will literally put his face in your arms for a cuddle. He is so gentle with kids and adults and will follow everyone around reminding them his face needs to be cuddled. Whose ready for a cuddle with Eeyore?
ANNIE AND LUCY
Lucy came to us first and then we were given Annie. These 2 sheep are a little shy, but if you go slow they will come up and say hi to you. Annie also likes to play ball and may even play with you.
BRUCE, HUNTER AND CLYDE
This trio of pgymy goats just love our guests and are so eager to say hello to you. Bruce will lick you, Clyde and Hunter will ask for scratches. None of the goats head butt humans, but they will head butt each other and sometimes you can feel the force of it, but they never get hurt. Crazy kids!
Gruff is our old man goat but don't let that fool you. He keeps up with the young boys no problem. Gruff loves getting his back scratched. Maybe you can help him out on a visit?
Daisy is a sweet old lady that loves to spend her day sleeping. When it gets cold she will cuddle in her blankets. She enjoys her visits with guests and can't wait to see you.
Chancy was found wandering the desert and was picked up by animal control. I was alerted to him and knew this special boy would be perfect for my farm and he is. He loves to greet the guests and will let you pet him and give him scratches all day long. He is such a sweet pig.
THE SILKIE CHICKENS
There is quite a unique variety of silky chickens at the farm including 2 roosters. Silkies are known for going broody and we have already hatched out many babies. Hopefully next year we'll get some more chicks for the farm.
THE BIG CHICKENS
These sweet girls are my big egg layers. I have Rhode Island Red, Amaracuna, Olive eggers, Copper Marans, and a few mixed breeds. They lay white, green, blue and brown eggs. I get about 6 eggs a day from this flock. Yummy eggs!
Franny is a sweet rabbit and brother to Napoleon. She loves getting pets and treats from guests and she can't wait to meet you!
This gentle lop eared bunny was found wandering in the middle of the street in Griffith Park. When I heard she needed a place to live I opened my doors to her. She is such a sweet bun bun. Aren't those ears adorable?
These red eared slider girls all came to me from different places at about the same time. They used to live in tiny fish tanks and didn't have the room they needed. Now they have a big dog pool and more space than ever to continue growing. The biggest one, Opal, is about 15 years and probably as big as she will get. The others are about 5 years old. They love climbing on each other to bask in the heat lamp.