Monday, September 10, 2018


Some of our goats went to a foster to be loved on.

The love playing in the field

and eating lots of hay.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Blue Moon Carriages 22 Ton Hay Delivery

If you were wondering what 22 tons of hay looks like...well here ya go! Thanks to Greg Kearns from Blue Moon Carriages for his help on this daunting task.

Ty and 'The Claw.'

What's Gravity...?

The llamas just see a big dinner plate.

Greg Kearns and his extra helpers did an amazing job!

Thanks to all of your generous donations, we are set on hay for quite some time.

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Bucky fitting in well

Bucky the llama is doing great in his new home. He was adopted by Mr. and Miss John Smith, from Kiowa. They have another llama. They are best friends now and enjoy each other's company. These two boys will have green grass forever.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Great help from Caitlyn, Gracie and Lexi

These three dynamic helpers did the work of a whole crew of helpers.  We are so happy they came to help.  Lynda needed their help as she was somewhat slowed by a bout with Bell's Palsy.  Thank you Caitlyn, Gracie and Lexi

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Visit


 Aurora Quest came for a visit. They came to help with the chores. They were very good and a nice group of kids. The librarian was very helpful.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Vet visit

 The vet came today to give shots to our animals. Shawna, his vet tech, shows the volunteers how to fill the shots.
All the shots are prepared and ready to be given to the animals.
 Dr. Dale gives shots to the three alpacas with help from our volunteer Josh.
 Our new goats get shots. Wriggly is the first to go and is great for the vet.
 Goldie gets her eyes looked at and all is good.
She gets wormed and is ready for summer.

Monday, June 25, 2018

Alpaca Shear


 We got our alpacas sheared on Saturday.
Our volunteers helped to hold them before they were sheared.
They helped to shear them.
And they helped hold them after they were sheared.
We thank all the wonderful people and volunteers that helped with the alpaca shear.