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Pasture animals other than horses
First, our baby camel, Clyde. He is 7 months old. Also you can see the alpacas in the background.
Next, our newest llama, Dolly. We jsut recently got her, and the whole family is pretty excited that she will actually come up to us and be friendly, unlike our other one. We think she may be pregnant from our other llama.
Eeyore, our donkey.
Finally, Sugar, our mule. Sired by Eeyore and my favorite horse, Summer Breeze. She will be three in June, when she will start her training.
Also. I promise it isn't really as messy as Eeyore's picture makes it look, we just recently had a party-type thing out there for my aunt.
And by the way, I am located in Indiana if anybody was wondering.
I forgot one-
One of the four ostriches.
A camel!!! Dang! If you don't mind me asking, how much was he, and where did you get him? Are going to train him for riding?
Do you have to have a special license to own one?
I'm thinking he was around $2000, but I can't remember. We got him at an exotic animal auction, and yes we plan on riding him because he came with camel tack. Also, no we don't have a license.
Camel! How cute!
I've always wanted a Zebra :)
I love eeyore! (I love donkeys and mules..)
Beautiful . . . Herd?...
I don't even know what to call them anymore..It started out with one day me randomlly asking my aunt to buy a horse, she said yes [we didnt have a barn or fence or anything like that] and I thought she was joking. Then I starting leasing a wonderful mare for 4-H and that Christmas my aunt bought a horse for herself, then we put up fence and a barn and all that stuff, then when they brought him, another one came with him [my aunt bought the same persons mare] and then we just kept adding on. So now we have 4 pastures, 2 barns, 60 acres of fields planted with hay [we started with none] along with all the equipment to cut and bale it--the first year we walked the fields planting it by hand, and 4 horses, 3 ponies, 2 llamas, 2 alpacas, 1 donkey, 1 mule, 1 camel, about a billion barn cats, and 4 ostriches,
Wow, that is a cool story, and an adorable herd!
lol you guys have a zoo! now all you need is a zebra and a hippo and youll be set lol. Maybe a lion or a crocodile.
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