Black and dark brown goat pictured. These bonded pair of does are becoming quite popular on the farm. They arrived to the rescue spring of 2020. At first they were very unsure about human interaction. But with some time, patience, and a lot of grain these gals are realizing that people aren't so scary. These two girls will need secure fencing that has no gaps at the bottom (Princess is a petite girl).
We have a few adult male and female ducks, of various breeds that were hatched spring of 2021 seeking new ponds. As well as babies hatched May 2022! If your in search of a duck for your flock, we may know a few!
Meet Missy! This sweet girl is estimated at 4yrs old (which means she is full grown!). At around 80lb she is a teacup pig all grown up! Don't let that weight fool you, this girl is about the size of an english bull dog and as sweet as pie. She will require a fully fenced outdoor area to play all day and lots and lots of belly scratches. Pigs are herd animals and to give this gal the best life she will need a pig companion. For more information on her or to take her home email: firstname.lastname@example.org
This mare is estimated at 8yrs old. She arrived to the rescue very ill Nov 1, 2021 from the kill pen. We were able to bail her out just hours before she was schedule to ship to slaughter. She was unhandled upon arriving to us in Nov 2021, but now is halter broke, stands for the farrier, and is working on basic ground skills. She loves to follow us around while we are outside and enjoys beings scratched on the neck!
Meet Marilynn! You can see videos of her on our Facebook @thefancyfarmoffallcity, Instagram @fallcityfancyfarm, and tik tok @the_fancy_farmer .
She is approximately 5yrs old, around 15.2h, and such a lover. We pulled her directly from a kill pen where she was being held before shipping to slaughter. This girl understandably had to learn to trust us and we allowed her to do so at her own pace using positive reinforcement methods. Today she is fully halter broke, loves being scratched, and working on lifting her feet so we can get her hooves trimmed up which is great progress for a horse we couldn't touch a when she arrived! This girl has a good head on her! She is still very much a project horse and needs to go to an experienced home at this time.
Joey and Monica are a brother (wethered) sister bonded pair of registered Kinder goats born 4/17/21. They do have papers to go with them! These two are people friendly and enjoy daily scratches with their morning hay. Their owners had to move out of state to a non farm property so they are in search of their new family. If you would like to see if thats you, send us an email to discuss them!
Your donations help us continue our mission of caring for animals in need. Our monthly costs of feed alone are quite high and this goes up in winter due to animals needing more food to generate body heat to stay warm. Every dollar helps and goes directly to the animals we provide for.