The Farm Animals

Ray of Light Farm is home to a diverse collection of animals. We have llamas and an alpaca, goats, pigs, rabbits, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys, guinea pigs, guinea fowl, miniature cows, miniature donkeys, mini horses, mules, and of course horses and ponies. Our newest addition to the farm is the peacocks!

We also keep several Heritage Breeds of animals. These are traditional breeds of animals, raised for food in the past, that have unique genetic traits. Though these breeds were important to early American farmers, their numbers have declined as industrial agriculture has expanded. Many heritage breeds have gone extinct, and others are considered at risk. The preservation of these breeds protects genetic diversity and keeps alive a store of desirable traits. These breeds should be preserved because they hold a place in history and they keep important genetic characteristics.

There are new faces all the time - come by to see them. Visitors are always welcome.

In order to properly care for these animals, we rely heavily on donations and contributions from community sponsors and caring people like you.

If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, we gladly accept cash, checks, Visa/MasterCard and Discover cards. Check should be made payable to Ray of Light Farm, Inc.


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Click on the images on this page to learn the stories of some of the many animals that share their lives with us.

Mike and Joe

Piper

Walter

 

The Geese and Ducks

Joesph

Stanley and Stella

 


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