Hi there, my name is Loki. I was born in May of 2015.
I’m an Australian “miniature” pig even though I weigh close to 125kgs. Although it’s hard to imagine now, I once could fit in your hands and only weighed a little more than 3kgs.
I came to the farm after my previous owners couldn’t look after me any longer after a riding accident.
Like my name suggests I like getting into mischief, wallowing in the the dam and of course eating.
My name is Oreo, i’ll be turning three this year.
As you can see I’m an alpaca, one of 16 on the farm. Unlike most of the other animals on the farm I was born here.
Alpacas, like me, make great guard animals for smaller animals like sheep and goats but we get lonely. We’re pack animals and like having friends near by.
Although my kind are normally shy, I love coming up for a feed. When I’m not eating I spent my time roaming our paddock, rolling in the dirt and going for a swim in the dam.
Hello there, they call me Betty Boo.
Like Loki I’m also an Australian “miniature” pig but I’m even bigger than him weighing close to 150kgs.
I was re-homed by the RSPCA after I grew too big for my suburban home. Now I’m at the farm where I have plenty of room to run around and forage.
I spend most of my time laying around with Loki and also enjoy going for swims in the dam. My latest trick is sunbathing on the deck chairs.
They call me Ron, I’m about six years old
I’m one of “feral” alpaca on the farm, or as we like to be known, the Harry Potter gang- Harry, Hermione, Sirius, Serverus and myself. We are much less desired for our fleece then the other alpacas as our heritage is unknown. While this meant other farms didn’t want us, we found a home at Loki’s Lodge.
If I’m not on guard duty, I’m one of the friendliest alpacas around. I’ve even been known to let people pat me now and again. If I’m not getting into the human business, I like roaming around with my friends and grazing on the grass.
I go by the name Donnie around here. I’m about 10 years old.
I came to the farm at the end of 2016 with my friend Willow. We had to find a new home after our old owners could no longer provide the care we needed. Being ponies we need a lot of care, loving, and grooming.
I love sweet foods including: apples, nectarines, sugar cubes, and licorice – although I only get them as a treat. Most people don’t know this but I actually prefer red apples because they are lower in acid.
I’m Tinkerbell and this is my baby foal Jiminy Cricket. When we arrived I was 10 years old and Jiminy was 6 months old. We now hangout with the other five donkeys.
We came to the farm after a breeder rescued mum from a trainer who was abusing me. After Jiminy was born, we didn’t get along with the other donkeys on their property so we came to stay at Loki’s Lodge.
Like the ponies we’re sweet tooths, loving apples above all else. If we’re not coming up for a cuddle we are likely to be found in the stables.
Good morrow, we are the geese of Loki’s Lodge. From nearest to furthest away we’re Gemima, Dora and Carmen.
We have been on the property for three years now, after one of our previous human friends needed to find us a home. We love the farm, waddling around our own special area known as the “tear drop”, along with a special nesting house, a big pond, numerous native plants and a few scattered shade shelters.
We spend our days searching for bugs and going for cooling swims in the pond. We also make great guard dogs, squawking at anything that comes too close.
I’m one of the chickens at Loki’s Lodge. My name is Honey Chicken.
I was rescued out of the abattoir at only 4 months of age. I lived a tough life up until I came here, getting my beak clipped and stuffed in a cage with up to 16 other chickens. Now I have a chance of normality, digging in dirt and free ranging at Loki’s Lodge.
I get to roam around the backyard with freedom during the day and get to cuddle up safe and sound at night in our specially built pen. Although I’m shy to newcomers I quite like being picked up by my friends at Loki’s Lodge.
Hello there, I’m Mr Kris Kringle. My human friends aren’t sure how old I am, as I was surrendered to the RSPCA.
I arrived at Loki’s Lodge on the 11th of February 2017 after spending a long time in RSPCA. Unfortunately too many roosters like me stay in rescue for a long time because local councils don’t let us in the city. Now I crow as loud as I can on the farm with only the other animals to hear.
I don’t quite trust people like Honey does but I do like humans around to hear my crows. I love digging in the dirt after spending so long in a concrete pen.
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