I may be the sweetest boy on the farm. My he-haw is legendary and I will follow you around for some love.
I am such a special boy. I am also a kill pen rescue - I only have one eye and my back legs are hocked but it doesn't slow me down a bit.
Aren't I a handsome guy? I am just a youngster at 2 years old and am always finding ways to get into trouble.
I have such gorgeous colors. I may be a younger girl, but I have a lot of spunk!
I am the mom to Cowboy and Pearl. I am a little more shy than my kiddos but do love to take treats!
I gave my family quite the surprise when I showed up. I am spunky!!!
I showed up next - just three days after Milkshake. I am a bit of a mama's boy!
I was last to be born so I guess that makes me the baby? As long as that comes with extra snuggles.
I have the most magical blue eyes you have ever seen! How can you not smile when looking at me?
My tri-colored coat is about as soft as my heart. I love to be right next to my favorite humans.
I came with my mom, Mable. I was pretty small when I got here, but I sure have grown up. I don't really like to be touched, but I do like to yell at mom and dad for food.
I came all the way from Iowa with my baby girl to live at the farm. I am a Dexter breed so I am quite a bit smaller than most cows.
I was rescued from a kill pen because I have issues with my legs. I am about the sweetest girl there is!
Have you ever seen a pygmy / alpine cross before? Well, now you have! My brother Dallas and I were born at the end of March and we are the perfect size to pick up and cuddle!
If you like your boys extra lovey, then I am the boy for you. My sister was born a few minutes before me which makes me the little brother but I am getting bigger all the time!
I am the original rescue. I will follow you anywhere - as long as you are next to my mom :)
I am the biggest sweetheart you will ever meet. I love snuggles, snuggles and more snuggles.
I am a big boy with a big heart. I prefer 1-on-1 time and long walks.
Since you are on this page you are probably an animal lover and like my parents would never do what my former family did to me. I was dumped at a job site in the middle of winter. I was extremely skinny, full of fleas and defeated. I am an older lady who is partially deaf and blind.
It's taken me a while to warm up, but my personality is finally coming out! I love sleeping under the covers in my parents bed, I love snacks and want to be in whatever room mom and dad are in.
I am about as independent as they come but you better be ready to snuggle when I decides I am ready!
If you like chatty girls with extra toes, I am the one for you! My name even represents my love of talking.
Don't call me an old lady just because I am in my double digits. I am just as active as ever AND I was the only animal here born on this farm!
I may have came to the farm with a belly that hung low, but I am in great shape now and am the farm's best mouser.
I came here as an older kitten but have quickly grown into a big, big boy. If you like cats with meat on their bones, I am the guy for you!
I am the hugger of the farm. Seriously, put your phone down and give me a hug, please.
I am a special needs kitty with limited use of my back legs. But don't worry, that doesn't stop me from getting in the same amount of mischief as my friends.
I came into the farm as a feral and my family was told I was too scared of humans to ever be a lover. I sure fooled them!
I am a bit of a crazy girl who likes to have fun. But don't worry, I like my snuggle time also.
Do you like a cat to whisper the sweetest meows you've ever heard? Then I'm your girl!
I came with my buddy, Tommy from a less than ideal situation. It took me a long time to warm up, but now I am a lover!
I am the baby of the farm. I get what I want. Just ask me :)
My mom and dad didn't think I was going to make it through my first night at the farm. I am feeling much better and thriving!
My family is working on getting a better picture of me. I also came here as a feral cat but am really warming up to the idea of being loved.
If you like them really, really shy with the bluest eyes you've ever seen, then I am your guy. I also came as a feral so I am still working on my social skills.
Look at my eyes, but make it quick. I am still pretty shy so mostly will spy on you from a distance.
I am kinda a rock star - I mean just look at my hair. But don't get too close - I will my fans at a distance.
I am George's mom. People always ask what happened to me other horn - I just prefer to be different.
I like to give kisses. I was once thought to be a mean goat by my previous owners - don't tell them but it was them, not me!
I have the most gorgeous coloring. I am a bit of a shy girl, but I warm up quickly.
I am as sweet as my name suggests. I will be the first one to greet you when you arrive.
Ok, so I like to pick pockets and nibble on your clothes. But look how cute I am!
Don't read into my name at all. I am a sweet boy with the most gorgeous curls you have ever seen!
I am a bit of a ladies man, but can you blame me? Look how handsome I am!
I am the matriarch of the sheep. I can be a little shy, unless of course you bring food
My friends call my PK for short. I like to talk, a lot so get ready for a conversation.
Storming Norman is my nickname. I am the only male sheep at the farm. Yep, I am a lucky guy!
I can be a little shy at first. I am a very polite girl so I will wait patiently for my turn at rubs.
My name says it all. I was brought to the farm by a neighbor of the guy who used to own me. I was born outside and suffered severe frostbite on my ears and back legs. So much so, I lost my back hooves. My mom and dad thought they were going to have to humanely put me down, but after a few days of love and attention, I perked right up. I have a wheelchair, but I much prefer to walk on my own now that my sores are healed.
They call me the pasture puppy as I love attention and love to follow you around.
I may look tiny, but I have the loudest bleat on the farm. You can probably hear me when you drive up.
I am also a little shy and like to stay close to my mom, Ew-two. So if you like mama's girls, I am the one for you.
I took even longer than my friends to warm up, but when I look at you with my sweet eyes, you can see that I care.
Hello, world! I am a bottle lamb that has stolen everyone's hearts. My mom rejected me when I was born so I came to live here. You know what they say about the baby of the family being the most spoiled? Well, it's true!
They call me Big Mama and I take it as a compliment. Don't get too close or I'll ask for a belly rub.
Pound for pound, I have the most personality on the farm. Don't want to be my friend? Too bad - I'll force my way into your heart.
They call me Big Ben. I mostly prefer to have you admire me from a distance - and I am worth admiring.
I am a chill dude. I have the coolest red stripes down my back. I think of them as racing stripes.
Look at my ears! I am the smallest of the group but don't worry, I am catching up quickly.
I used to be an indoor piggy, but now I love hanging out in the mud all day and sneaking bites of my friends meals.
I much prefer the company of goats to pigs. I mean, have you seen how messy they are?
I've been working hard at improving my dry skin so feel free to rub my back the next time you are here - you can find me in my dog house.
Oh, boy...do I know how to squeal. If loud girls are your thing, than you have met your match!
I am also a pretty chill guy who enjoys working on my suntan whenever I can.
My name is a perfect fit. I like my food - a lot. Did you bring me anything to eat? That's a serious question...
Let's be honest. I am a bit of a tease. I let you get just close enough to touch my amazing years and then I hop off.
I am the friendliest of the bunnies on the farm. You know what feels really good? I scratch behind my ears!
I can't ever decide if I want my ears up or down. You just never know with a girl like me.
I am the protector of the group. My voice carries - you can hear me from across the farm.
I am Maverick's main squeeze. Don't try to get too close or he will not be happy!
Molly, Wilma, Betty and Pebbles
We don't go anywhere without each other and are never more than a foot apart, so...we get to share a bio.
I like to draw people in with my charm and then stalk them the rest of their visit.
They call me Stan the Man as I take good care of my ladies. Back off, bro...
Have you ever seen a rooster with feathers on his feet? Yep, I am pretty special.
Are you looking at me? No seriously...don't be jealous of my hair.
There are 50 of us total. Don't say anything to the others, but we are the only ones who aren't free loading around here...