Meet our animals

We have quite a cast of characters on the farm. I suspect every farmer says this (but its really true here:)There are some that only stay for a short while and there are others who are here for life.


We have two Cotswold sheep, Willow and Buddy. They are used primarily for their wool here but can be used for meat as well. (Willow currently has a pet spider and a pet broody silkie hatching chicks in her barn. She’s full up at the inn as we say in Cape Island )
Buddy has the best hairdos.


They hate it when I lock them out of the garden.
We keep silkies because they are good mommas and love to hatch chicks. We also have a flock of egg layers as silkies will not keep a big family in eggs !


Our buck, Grumpy Bunny. We have pure Holland Lops and Lionhead /lop crosses. Honestly how could you resist that face ?!?
We breed the sweetest baby bunnies!
Usually one one litter a year, which are then kept on the farm or used with our 4Hers .


Amber and Jesse riding in a Fun Show. Miniatures are a great way to teach horsemanship to little ones.

We have four horses who all have special places in our heart. Horses will do that do you ❤️ Kali came to us from my Uncle’s farm 5 years ago. She is 12 years old this year and we hope to have many more years with her on the farm.

Pyper, who knows she is beautiful.

Pyper is a recent addition and also came from my Uncle’s Farm so her and Kali knew each other when Pyper was a baby. She is a 5 1/2 year old quarter horse and is a Western Pleasure/trail project horse for us. We are happy she is here.

Kali and Pyper enjoying the quiet summer morning. I could watch them all day

Amber , 6 years, and April,8 , came to us when they were 1 and 3. They were born at Oaklawn Farm in the Valley and were sold for various reasons. We got them from a hard situation where the family was no longer able to look after them. It has taken loads of love and time but they have become two VIH (Very Important Horses ) in our eyes. Amber is used for therapy, pleasure, and western riding and will begin carting this year. April has a leg that rehabbed poorly when she was 1 so she is used for parades, cuddles, love, and therapy.

Amber and April
Charlize barrel racing on Kali. You can find videos of her racing on our You Tube channel.


We have a breeding trio of Welsh Harlequins. I don’t know a lot of ducks but these ones I’m sure rank high on the duck scale, they’re the best !


I just love pigs and all their pigginess.


Due to our acreage, we only raise the cows here for a couple months then move them to Welshtown to our family pastures.


There is always that one turkey …..

Meat Birds

We raise 80% of our own meat here so having meat hens is part of our self sufficiency and food security.

Farm Dogs

Daisy is a 6 year old Golden Retriever who came to us when she was three, when her owner could no longer care for her. She is anxious, needy, needs to loose weight and we love her more than anything.

Tom enjoying a car ride and a doggie cone

Tom is our 14 year old Heinz 57. He came from the SPCA at 6 months old and has been an amazing dog. He protects the farm like a champ.

Farm Cats

Monty and Chase work hard on the farm and work hard at aggravating each other .
Magnum or Mags , we have had the longest and you won’t catch him within 5 ft of those other two.

PotBelly Pig

Jelly Bean, our foster potbelly pig .

Jelly Bean came to us from Charlize’s riding coach Amy. Some of the horses objected to Jelly’s um, well, ….her smell (she smells like a pig🤭)

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