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What is this all about?

The most common question I get when I am hanging out with the animals is what is this all about.  The answer is simple, my day job is to travel around and bring animals to those that love animals and while I do that primarily for private events, I decided to ramp up what I have and make it a destination for families, with animals that you just don't get to see up close very often. We have had the benefit of having these animals and the ability to share, teach and learn about them and the excitement you all have when you get to see them is priceless for us.

Do you live here?

Oddly enough this is not our land and we do not live on site. This is a property that we are fortunate enough to rent and use for our animals. This is a huge advantage to give them space to roam and grass to graze - Please don't knock on the door if you see something of concern or if you have a question, just reach out here!

How did you get these animals?

This question is usually geared towards the Camel and Zebra.  The first thing needed to get an animal like this is the land to put them on.  Luckily for all of us I was renting this property when the Camel (James) needed a space to stay for awhile. 4 years later and I am lucky enough to still have the responsibility to take care of him. 


The Zebra worked the same. I was not looking for Zebra but the opportunity came up and I am fortunate to have had the opportunity to purchase them and place them out here for you to enjoy.

As for the Llamas, Alpaca, goats, sheep, turkey and guinea fowl, I have spent the last 15 years acquiring animals that are friendly enough to be pets and to travel. While I have purchased the Llamas and Alpacas, the sheep and goats were born on the farm and have spent their entire life with people and getting loved on.

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