This is for all of you who want to feel a part of the farm and involved or help! You can pick your favourite animal at the farm to support and all your donations go directly into what it costs to care for and feed them! You will get a customized mug of your chosen animal and access to the farm to visit with them within the months you donated. It isn't always easy to care for so many animals between the feed, minerals, repairs and maintenance. All help is very appreciated!
Chose one of our pigs you would like to sponsor and help care for
This is our farm mascot, Vasey. She is ACTUALLY a miniature pig and as small as they get! We got her as a piglet about 6 years ago and she is definitely a big part of the farm! We try to manage her intake of food, but she is determined and quite the escape artist and always seems to find a way into other paddocks and food...
Meet Toot.. he got that name from a customer who was watching our live feed when he was born and well, when he was born he came out quickly with a bit of noise and one of our followers suggested his name. This guy wasn't supposed to be around the farm that long. Was never the original plan, but he is so sweet and quite the character so looking for some help to keep this guy fed and cared for as he eats like a pig! Both parents were around 1,000lbs each so he will only get bigger...
Donate to help feed and care for our horses
Grayden is probably our sweetest horse that seems to connect better with humans than other horses. This poor guy has had a rough go though and came to us with a skin graft on his leg from and old injury which has done nothing but create problems for him. To top it off, he is full of arthritis and often uncomfortable. Currently on pain killers and the winters are tough on him, but he is always sweet and loves his neck and chest scratched between his front legs. He is always willing to do what is
This handsome boy is the leader of the herd and quite confident out in the pasture, but unfortunately wasn't treated well before we took him in and has some trust issues and insecurities with people, even though he is massive! He has come a long way and very sweet, but takes a lot of patience and time!
Nakoma is probably our youngest horse and a very sweet girl! And definitely very photogenic.. We have had her since just a few years old and recently started riding her and using her for exploring some trails. She has a bit of attitude, but is always very willing to please and enjoys the company of humans.
Bella is a very confident mare who takes pride in her herd and inserts herself as the matriarch! She can be probably the sweetest, cuddliest one of the herd, yet when something doesn't sit right with her or she has concerns, she can quickly have a change of attitude and make sure everyone around her knows it! Very intelligent mare and learns very quickly
He is probably our most challenging gelding, although very loved! He broke one of his molars so has to be watched closely as sometimes it makes chewing difficult, but he seems to manage pretty good for the most part and not in any discomfort. He is too smart for his own good and can always find a way to figure things out or open gates... a lot of fun to play with but has some attitude and likes to challenge every new person. This guy needs a lot of confidence but a gentle hand when being worked
Our newest addition. Ari came to us last year after we lost our dear boy, Benny. Ari is a master at liberty work and LOVES to play and make people happy. Unfortunately, he suffers from bone chips floating in his stiffles so he is limited to what he can do and how much he is worked, but great to ride and play with on the ground. He is also on pain meds once in a while to prevent the pain from hindering him when it gets bad.
This mini mare was the first purchase at the farm! She is very sweet and loveable and first time mamma in 2021! Had a beautiful filly and was an incredible mother to her little girl, Iris. Scratches are Lilly's favourite!
Help with the cost of feeding and caring for our little fainting friends. (That's right.. these are myotonic goats! They don't appreciate being snuck up on or being unprepared for exciting things)
Saffron is our sweet little girl. Was a first time mamma in 2021 and has blessed us with a couple more beauties since!
One of the favourites as this guy will walk around on a leash and LOVES being scratched behind his horns and get cuddled. As he is getting older and with the strange genetics of being a myotonic (fainting goat) he is starting to have issues with his legs, but still as happy as ever! Oh, this is a photo of him during our yoga class in the field...
Rocky was the first goat we bought for the farm! (Along with his cousin Duke). He is a Nigerian Dwarf and always a sweetheart and up for some pets and cuddles.. he likes to nibble on clothes and hair though so have to watch out!
Meet Savory, one of our myotonic does. She has thrown us some beautiful kids and is always quite the character. This one is a little on the sassy side and likes to instigate a good play match or head butting tournament so just have to watch your back around her.. She doesn't seem to understand that we don't enjoy it as much as she does!
Help with the cost of feeding and caring for our sweet sheep.
Our very large, but sweet ram! He always produces the most beautiful lambs with his dear lady, Sadie. He also loves his face being rubbbed and pet!
Mamma to a few lambs we have had over the years and always extremely gentle and loving! You start scratching her back for her and she might not let you leave... an absolute sweetheart and no wonder her off-spring is so sweet!
Rumour has it he might be a favourite of many... this guy will follow you around like a puppy, lean his head against you and sometimes even wag his tail for some pets and cuddles! He is the son of Richard and Sadie
Help with the cost of feeding and caring for Mr. Arthur
This guy was on his way to the slaughter house but ended up making his way to join the farm! He doesn't like to be touched or pet, but if you stand quietly and bat your eyelashes he will probably come to sniff and give you a big kiss!!
Help with the cost of feeding and caring for our sweet Abigail!
This sweet girl was born into the mud and left abandoned. She was taken inside to be nursed and brought back to health. I bought her at 2 weeks of age only knowing humans and drinking from a bottle. Her and I bonded so much and even at her full size (1600lbs or so) she would follow me around the property and go for walks <3. She has given us two beautiful calves, but struggled with some serious mastitis so unfortunately, her breeding days are over and she is retired!
Help with the cost of feeding and caring for our guardians and protectors.
Silverado, Guinness, Z and Chevelle!
They all have their own huge dogality and are all extremely different, but together they make the perfect combination to not just protect the farm animals and us, but spread an enormous amount of joy and love to everyone! Always wagging their tails and happy to greet everyone that comes by. They certainly make a great welcoming committee! The only thing is, having large dogs, means large food bills and feeding them a good quality food isn't always so easy!
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Did you know pumpkin seeds are a natural dewormer for animals?! And also so many vitamins and nutrients! The animals would be thrilled to have all your pumpkins after Halloween! Please remove all candles, toothpicks and foreign objects before dropping them off. We also take corn stalks and DRIED straw :-). Drop off on the tarp beside the white shed at the bend in the driveway! <3