At 20 plus years old, I am the oldest member of the farm. I got my name because I love marshmallows even though they are not good for me. I learned to love them one day a whlie back when I got loose. The Frost's made a trail of marshmallows that led back to my pen, and I followed it. Your donation will help with the upkeep of my shelter.
When I fell off of a transport truck into the middle of the road, I never imagined I could be so lucky! Not only did I dodge the plate, but I also landed on the best farm a pig could ask for! Offer me a treat, and I will sit for you. Your donation will help with food and housing for myself and my other pig friends here at the farm.
The Goose Gang
We are a small but important part of many, many feathered friends here on the farm. Our friends include chickens, roosters, ducks of all kinds, turkeys, and even peacocks. So needless to say, we go through a lot of scratch grain and cracked corn!
Your donation will help to keep us fed!
I am one lucky longhorn, as well as my brother Willie. Rick rescued us from the auction barn. We were pretty thin and sad, but that has all changed now. We are at our forever home. Although you can't pet us, you can admire our beautiful horns from afar. Your donation will help with hay and feed for ourselves as well as the other cattle on the farm.
When I was born, my mom died. I don't remember that part, but I do remember the people who raised me in their house for two months. They are volunteers here at Willowdale. I still love seeing them regularly. I answer to my name when called, and I love people, but I also love my new sheep family.
We all donate our wool, so that you can purchase Willowdale Woolies found on the merchandise page. Donations go towards our shearing, vaccines, hoof care
Hazel and Hershey
My sister Hazel and I are two sweet girls. We came to Willowdale as young ladies. We do a great job protecting our smaller friends from predators that might come to the farm when the humans aren't looking. I am more brave than my sister, but she is definitely coming out of her shell. Your donation will help us with feed, shelter, and vet care.
The Bison Family at Willowdale
We are the most majestic of the animals here at Willowdale. Although you can't visit us up close, we can be seen from any angle of the farm. We spend our time grazing in the fields, but during the winter we rely on hay as the staple of our diet. Because of our size, we go through a lot of hay. We could really use your help to keep our bellies full and bodies warm over the long winter months.
When I came to Willowdale my family was sad to leave me, but after living at a house my whole life, my human family loved me enough to realize I needed to live on a farm and live the life of a goat. My new bestie is Clyde, my new goat brother. Your donation will help with hoof care, vaccinations, and housing.
I am the biggest and the oldest of all the pigs here at Willowdale. I weigh over 1,000 pounds! I am a Duroc pig. One of the most docile breed of pigs so I am happy to visit with you. I am a big guy with a big appetite. My adoptive pig siblings are also big eaters. Your donation will help greatly with our feed bill.
I am one of two Emus on the farm. Although I may look intimidating, I am just curious as I watch visitors come and go. I love grapes, scratch grain, and cracked corn. Can you help feed us? $$$
I came to the farm as a baby with a terrible leg injury. My owners thought they needed to put me down, but Joyce and Rick thought differently. So I am living out my best life here. I am friendly to everyone, humans as well as other animals and everyone loves me! I sure do love my hay and it helps to keep my red hair soft and "pettable". Any donation toward it is more than welcome!