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Bonnie (Goat)

8 years old

Bonnie came to us with Clyde after they somehow ended up at a German Shepherd rescue in Florida. When she first got here, she wasn’t used to being around people and was sweet but a little shy. She quickly warmed up and has become one of our friendliest goats. She loves to eat and for a short fat little goat, she can sneak through a tiny little opening in a barn door to try and get to the treats. She’s stealthy! Her first and most important loyalty has been to her partner, Clyde.

Bonnie
Bonnie (Goat)
8 years old

Bonnie came to us with Clyde after they somehow ended up at a German Shepherd rescue in Florida. When she first got here, she wasn’t used to being around people and was sweet but a little shy. She quickly warmed up and has become one of our friendliest goats. She loves to eat and for a short fat little goat, she can sneak through a tiny little opening in a barn door to try and get to the treats. She’s stealthy! Her first and most important loyalty has been to her partner, Clyde.


Charlie (Goat)

6 months old

Charlie was born on a farm in Florida and managed to get one of his back legs so tightly entangled in rope or netting that it cut off the circulation until his leg fell off.  Rather than treat his painful, infected leg, the farmer sent him to auction where a good samaritan bought him and took him to a rescue there where he was stabilized,  his remaining infected stump was amputated and we arranged transport here.  He was terrified and miserable until he met the llamas and became their official mascot.  Now he's a happy, healthy energetic little goat who has found his happy ending.

Charlie
Charlie (Goat)
6 months old

Charlie was born on a farm in Florida and managed to get one of his back legs so tightly entangled in rope or netting that it cut off the circulation until his leg fell off.  Rather than treat his painful, infected leg, the farmer sent him to auction where a good samaritan bought him and took him to a rescue there where he was stabilized,  his remaining infected stump was amputated and we arranged transport here.  He was terrified and miserable until he met the llamas and became their official mascot.  Now he's a happy, healthy energetic little goat who has found his happy ending.


Clyde (Goat)

8 years old

Clyde came to us with Bonnie after ending up at a German Shepherd rescue in Florida. He was totally unsocialized when he got here and wanted nothing to do with us or any of the other animals. His only friend was his precious Bonnie and she’s still the apple of his eye. However, once Clyde settled in, he became one of our most social animals. You will frequently see him pictured with the other animals (of all species) around the farm.

Clyde
Clyde (Goat)
8 years old

Clyde came to us with Bonnie after ending up at a German Shepherd rescue in Florida. He was totally unsocialized when he got here and wanted nothing to do with us or any of the other animals. His only friend was his precious Bonnie and she’s still the apple of his eye. However, once Clyde settled in, he became one of our most social animals. You will frequently see him pictured with the other animals (of all species) around the farm.


Dae (Goat)

8 years old

Dae was rescued and bottle fed along with her brother, Drogo. She had a happy life as more of a family pet than a pasture goat. When her rescuer graduated from school and moved across country to start her career she couldn’t take Dae with her so she came to live here on the farm with her brother, Drogo. Dae is friendly and quickly bonded with the other goats – especially Tulip who is a lot older but looks enough like Dae to be her mother (or grandmother.) However, Dae always turns to Drogo when it is time to curl up for the night.

Dae
Dae (Goat)
8 years old

Dae was rescued and bottle fed along with her brother, Drogo. She had a happy life as more of a family pet than a pasture goat. When her rescuer graduated from school and moved across country to start her career she couldn’t take Dae with her so she came to live here on the farm with her brother, Drogo. Dae is friendly and quickly bonded with the other goats – especially Tulip who is a lot older but looks enough like Dae to be her mother (or grandmother.) However, Dae always turns to Drogo when it is time to curl up for the night.


Drogo (Goat)

8 years old

Drogo was rescued and bottle fed along with his sister, Dae. He had a happy life as more of a family pet than a pasture goat. However, his rescuer graduated from school and moved across country to start her career and couldn’t take him with her so he came to live here on the farm with his sister Dae. He is definitely her protector and will run to her defense if he thinks any of the other goats are giving her a hard time. He has a very big heart and beautiful blue eyes.

Drogo
Drogo (Goat)
8 years old

Drogo was rescued and bottle fed along with his sister, Dae. He had a happy life as more of a family pet than a pasture goat. However, his rescuer graduated from school and moved across country to start her career and couldn’t take him with her so he came to live here on the farm with his sister Dae. He is definitely her protector and will run to her defense if he thinks any of the other goats are giving her a hard time. He has a very big heart and beautiful blue eyes.


Honey Bun (Goat)

7 years old

Honey Bun is just as sweet as her name implies. She’s a little shy and quiet but happily spends her days with Johanna and Vivian and whoever else happens to be around. She is one of our least pushy goats and will happily wait her turn if we’re handing out treats – this kind of patience is a rare trait in goats so she definitely lives up to her name.

Honey Bun
Honey Bun (Goat)
7 years old

Honey Bun is just as sweet as her name implies. She’s a little shy and quiet but happily spends her days with Johanna and Vivian and whoever else happens to be around. She is one of our least pushy goats and will happily wait her turn if we’re handing out treats – this kind of patience is a rare trait in goats so she definitely lives up to her name.


Johanna (Goat)

6 years old

Johanna is a sweet solid brown girl. When you see her from a distance, you’d swear she’s a deer! Johanna loves to hang out with Vivian and Honey Bun but she also likes to snuggle with her dad, Swashi. She’s a friendly girl who happily greets guests and loves the opportunity to get some extra oats every now and then.

Johanna
Johanna (Goat)
6 years old

Johanna is a sweet solid brown girl. When you see her from a distance, you’d swear she’s a deer! Johanna loves to hang out with Vivian and Honey Bun but she also likes to snuggle with her dad, Swashi. She’s a friendly girl who happily greets guests and loves the opportunity to get some extra oats every now and then.


Lucky (Goat)

19 years old

Lucky is one of our two most senior goats. He and his bonded companion, Tulip are somewhere around 17 years old. He is about as wide as he is tall and he really, really loves his treats. He is an easygoing goat who gets along with everyone but mostly has eyes for his beloved Tulip. He has the most beautiful blue eyes that look right into yours when you talk to him.

Lucky
Lucky (Goat)
19 years old

Lucky is one of our two most senior goats. He and his bonded companion, Tulip are somewhere around 17 years old. He is about as wide as he is tall and he really, really loves his treats. He is an easygoing goat who gets along with everyone but mostly has eyes for his beloved Tulip. He has the most beautiful blue eyes that look right into yours when you talk to him.


Merlin (Goat)

8 years old

Merlin came to us with his friend Arthur as one of our original residents. Arthur died of old age in January, 2018 but Merlin has made with the other goats. He can frequently be found hanging out with Totes. Merlin is an easygoing goat who loves to be brushed.

Merlin
Merlin (Goat)
8 years old

Merlin came to us with his friend Arthur as one of our original residents. Arthur died of old age in January, 2018 but Merlin has made with the other goats. He can frequently be found hanging out with Totes. Merlin is an easygoing goat who loves to be brushed.


Shirley (Goat)

1 years old

Shirley came to us when animal control seized her from a terrible situation, living in a small dirt pen with no fresh water or food.  She was penned with her best friend, Laverne, a pot bellied pig.  Tiny little Shirley is very protective of her BFF so, until she was sure she could trust us, she made sure that she always planted herself between her friend and any perceived threat.   Shirley is as sweet as she can be and was absolutely begging for attention when she was rescued and she has been basking in all the attention that she gets from us now while still remaining tightly bonded to her friend, Laverne.

Shirley
Shirley (Goat)
1 years old

Shirley came to us when animal control seized her from a terrible situation, living in a small dirt pen with no fresh water or food.  She was penned with her best friend, Laverne, a pot bellied pig.  Tiny little Shirley is very protective of her BFF so, until she was sure she could trust us, she made sure that she always planted herself between her friend and any perceived threat.   Shirley is as sweet as she can be and was absolutely begging for attention when she was rescued and she has been basking in all the attention that she gets from us now while still remaining tightly bonded to her friend, Laverne.


Swashi (Goat)

8 years old

Swashi came to with an accompanying entourage when his owner went through a divorce and had to find homes for some of her animals. I especially love his polka dots. Despite his role as patriarch, Swashi is one of the most gentle, calm goats at the farm. He is always happy to just sprawl out in the pasture and keep an eye on things.

Swashi
Swashi (Goat)
8 years old

Swashi came to with an accompanying entourage when his owner went through a divorce and had to find homes for some of her animals. I especially love his polka dots. Despite his role as patriarch, Swashi is one of the most gentle, calm goats at the farm. He is always happy to just sprawl out in the pasture and keep an eye on things.


Totes (Goat)

7 years old

Totes was found wandering alone in a neighborhood in northern Indiana. When a search failed to turn up anyone who was missing a goat, he was taken in by a humane society employee until she could no longer care for him. Totes made his way to our sanctuary in May, 2017. He is the tallest goat at the farm, he loves to get into mischief and we’re pretty sure he thinks he’s a dog.

Totes
Totes (Goat)
7 years old

Totes was found wandering alone in a neighborhood in northern Indiana. When a search failed to turn up anyone who was missing a goat, he was taken in by a humane society employee until she could no longer care for him. Totes made his way to our sanctuary in May, 2017. He is the tallest goat at the farm, he loves to get into mischief and we’re pretty sure he thinks he’s a dog.


Tulip (Goat)

19 years old

Tulip is one of our two most senior goats. In fact, she and her bonded companion, Lucky, have already lived about 5 years past the life expectancy for pygmy goats! Tulip is just about as wide as she is tall but don’t let that fool you – she is an escape artist and can slip out of a gate the minute you open it! She is sweet, friendly and easy-going.

Tulip
Tulip (Goat)
19 years old

Tulip is one of our two most senior goats. In fact, she and her bonded companion, Lucky, have already lived about 5 years past the life expectancy for pygmy goats! Tulip is just about as wide as she is tall but don’t let that fool you – she is an escape artist and can slip out of a gate the minute you open it! She is sweet, friendly and easy-going.


Vivian (Goat)

9 years old

Vivian is the mother to Weston and is an easy-going goat who is friend to everyone on the farm. She spends most of her time with Johanna and Honey Bun but gets along beautifully with everyone on the farm. When Johanna’s mom died, Vivian took over as a surrogate mom to her.  She is a quiet, gentle goat and very easy to love.

Vivian
Vivian (Goat)
9 years old

Vivian is the mother to Weston and is an easy-going goat who is friend to everyone on the farm. She spends most of her time with Johanna and Honey Bun but gets along beautifully with everyone on the farm. When Johanna’s mom died, Vivian took over as a surrogate mom to her.  She is a quiet, gentle goat and very easy to love.


Weston (Goat)

6 years old

Weston is the son of Swashi and Vivian. He has big ears that look like floppy wings when he runs around. Weston is one of our more mischevious goats. He is one of the first to try and steal a treat from your pocket or sneak into the barn when you’re not looking but he has a big heart and loves people. He’s just a big goofy boy.

Weston
Weston (Goat)
6 years old

Weston is the son of Swashi and Vivian. He has big ears that look like floppy wings when he runs around. Weston is one of our more mischevious goats. He is one of the first to try and steal a treat from your pocket or sneak into the barn when you’re not looking but he has a big heart and loves people. He’s just a big goofy boy.