Our moos are well looked after and super spoilt. They’re keen on cuddling, they are inquisitive and nosy, but tend to keep a bit of a distance to visitors, unless you have a feed bucket with you. Our calves have been hand reared by the kids.
It’s somewhat funny to see that all their characters are totally different all the time. Some were shy, some were like lapdogs or on a leech and some were… well, kind of what you would expect – a bit shy but nosy and playful.
Abigail Moo just left us in February 2020. Due to the extremely dry weather beginning of the year, we only got three new calves on 3 March 2020. They have grown nicely and are of a somewhat shy nature but very playful. We named them Spotty, Dotty and Wotty.
Spotty left us in April 2022.
Latest blog posts featuring our cows and calves
Checkup with picnic – after all, why not?
On a regular basis you need to check up on your animals, fences and water systems. But what is better than combining that with a dog goat run and some picnic?
Quiet but busy during another Covid-19 lockdown
I picked a few pictures to keep you entertained and maybe – once we are out of lockdown – you may want to drop by for a stay and enjoy some time off. We will be opening in level 2.
Flooding – groundhog day
This year was special and I had not yet seen the water that high. Kumeu and Waimauku townships flooded too and other suburbs in West Auckland. For some it was pretty bad and I feel sorry for the affected people – and animals.