Well, you name it and it probably has lived here at some point. Hahaha, OK, so I'm not really that bad, but we do have quite the array of critters. A terrific group of horses, a tribe of mini pigs, a couple of ducks, a pride of cats ( no, I don't know exactly how many I have, and no one is allowed to count! haha), a random assortment of dogs (and what ranch doesn't have a random assortment of dogs), and Bob - a ubiquitous peacock who has taken up residence in my oak tree and occasionally co-habitates with the wild turkeys. ( I really need to get Bob a girlfriend. He is very confused).
I take my farm breeding practices very seriously. This world is filled with an overpopulation of so many unwanted animals. It is truly heartbreaking. I don't breed my animals simply for the practice of breeding them, and absolutely NONE of my animals are ever inbred. This is a working ranch. I have done my best to obtain the best possible breeding stock that I was able to get, and I like to think of myself as a responsible breeder. I do not over breed ANY of my animals, and any animal sold off my ranch is ALWAYS welcome back!
Our obligation to you does not end when you buy one of our animals. We are here 24/7 to answer any questions that you may have about your new pet.