Blue Belle is our head mare, we like to call her the "Queen". This beautiful gentle girl came to us from Ontario, as her owners could no longer care for her due to health reasons. We accepted her with open arms and she soon became family.
River joined us from Brandon MB. River's past career was a barrel racing horse. After a serious injury to her hoof from stepping on a nail, her career as a barrel racer was over. She retired to our farm where her new career entails eating hay, relaxing, and loving on her visitors.
Rosie is our young Palomino, and full of spunk! She has what we call teddy bear ears, as they got frost bitten at a young age and the tips fell off. This doesn't stop Rosie from playing tricks on us, she enjoys scaring us by playing dead!! Like I said- full of spunk!
Rainy is our kind hearted Mamma. Rainy was our first horse, who joined us after our youngest boy was born. Rainy instantly bonded with our baby, and enjoyed making him laugh and tickling his feet.
Molly came to us with Rainy, as she is Rainy's first baby! Rainy and Molly both needed to find a home asap, as they were at risk of going to auction, so we decided to open our home and take them in. Molly is a splitting image of her Mamma Rainy!
Strider is our kind and spirited boy. Strider loves to give pony rides and is the first one at the gate when he sees us coming with a halter and rope. We like to think of Strider as our big gentle dog!
Prince is our unicorn, who is best friends with Strider. The two of them enjoy running around and playing every evening. Prince also enjoys to give pony rides if treats are involved!
Our sweet girl Julia was born on our farm, her Mamma is also Rainy! Julia is sweet and cuddly, and has been held and handled since she was born, making her even more sweeter. It was hard not to take her inside our house to live with us!
Simon is our newest baby, born summer 2023. This sweet boy follows you around the yard and enjoys playing with our dogs. He loves snuggles and kisses and will come running for a hug every time he sees you.
Boomer was our first donkey, who we got to keep the coyotes away and protect our horses. I spent the winter bonding with Boomer and getting to know him, working with him, and doing research on donkeys. He became my best friend and developed my love for donkeys, which lead us to growing Boomer's and making it what it is today.
Sparky is our goofy boy that enjoy kisses on the nose. Sparky will always show his teeth and give you a smile. Sparky bonded with Boomer, and the two are best friends.
Marnie is our sweet Mamma, who came to us pregnant. Before having her baby, she bonded with one of our rescued donkey's, taking her under her wing and making her feel safe. Marnie has a kind and caring heart and is a great Mamma.
Gus is Marnie's baby that was born on our farm. It was one of the most exciting days for us, and we instantly fell in love with the giant ears! Gus loves to chase us around on our quads.
Cadence loves her butt scratches and will stop directly in front of you and shove up against you until you scratch her butt. She is quirky and silly, and everyone loves Cadence!
Daisy had a rough start to life, and wasn't well taken care of. She was neglected, scared of everything and everyone, and her hooves were so long they looked like elf feet. We took her in, bonded with her, took care of her, and within a week she had warmed up to us, and now she is the most social donkey we have!
Ottis joined our farm with his bonded friend, Crazy Horse! Their owners were moving out of country and were having a hard time rehoming them together. It's never good to separate bonded donkeys, so we took them in with open arms and they fit in instantly with the other animals.
Crazy Horse and Ottis joined our farm and taught our other donkeys how to play. They run around with a ball in their mouth playing tug a war and are always fun to watch.
Skye is our side kick that likes to follow you around. Skye also loves to get into trouble and will make sure your watching while he gets into trouble! Skye is a pygmy goat that we took in and bottle fed as baby.
Bart is one of our bottle baby's with beautiful blue eyes. Bart is usually not far behind Skye waiting to be involved in chaos and trouble.
Stacey joined us spring 2023, after her owner passed away in a tragic car accident. Stacey was raised inside a house initially, was bottle fed water, and spoiled like her dog friends! It took a while for Stacey to transition to the life of a goat, but once she settled with and was slowly introduced to her fellow goat friends, she opened u
Stacey joined us spring 2023, after her owner passed away in a tragic car accident. Stacey was raised inside a house initially, was bottle fed water, and spoiled like her dog friends! It took a while for Stacey to transition to the life of a goat, but once she settled with and was slowly introduced to her fellow goat friends, she opened up and is a happy girl. She still enjoyts showing up at our door step though!
Peaches joined our farm as a bottle baby in spring 2023. Peaches in a Lamalcha goat, hence her ears. Peaches is as sweet as can be and she loves playing on toy structures and going down slides!
Blue is our own personal dinosaur, and we have all bonded with him. People are amazed at how loving and kind he is. Blue loves hugs and is great at supervising us while we are engaged in farm projects! Our hope is to one day have an entire emu army in our backyard!
Benny lost his Mamma during the winter of 2022. We took Benny in and bottle fed him. Benny doesnt know that he is a cow, he likes to be with the donkeys!
We have a huge variety of Chickens! Our chickens are all free range and there is often chicks and egg collecting as well! We are always hatching chicks to give kids the chance to experience the process of eggs hatching.
Come and snuggle with our variety of bunnies! The bunnies are always a big bit at our farm! From rex, lion heads and holland lops, we have lots of bunnies to pet!
What's a farm without farm cats?! We have 6 cats, all are amazing and we adore them. We have had kittens dropped off over the years that have needed to be bottle fed and cared for, kittens found abandoned, and we love them and give them what they need! Our cats all love attention and will jump into your arms for attention! Our farm cats are named Mila, Casey, Hamlet, Elsa, Romeo and Nugget.
Clyde is our goofy sweet llama. He is full of personality and will love you if you give him the time and bond with him. Clyde will do anything for treats and loves to take selfies!
Toby is our alpaca. He and Clyde bonded instantly and are now best friends. Toby loves water and will often be found in his waterer having a bath.
Alaska and Smiley came to us with Stacey our goat, after their owners passed away in a tragic car accident. Alaska wanders at night, and protects our animals from coyotes or other predators. Alaska is always by your sides, no matter where you are in the yard. She is the true definition of a "livestock guardian".
Smiley has the sweetest genetic trait, which is where he gets his name! Smiley loves to smile! Smiley often looks out for Alaska, and allows her to do all of the hard work while he lays back and watches!
Meet Dorris! Dorris is a pot belly pig that joined us spring 2023. Dorris's owners had recently had a newborn and didnt have the time for her anymore. Dorris is full of personality and she has a hard time separating from her goat friends!