Zues on top of hay
Jerry, a Holstein cow does not like persimmons.
Lilly's "serious" look
Pier at farm lake
Zeemoo in May 2014 (one month old)
We just added four more bee hives to the farm.
Snuggles the alpaca.
Ms. Winnie & Tinkerbell
Snowball and baby Adele are enjoying the cooler weather. Adele is an orphan, who is still on a bottle.
Farm Donkey Cart
Ms. Winnie playing with her oven
Water day at "Chicken Village"
George the Emu enjoying a hug.
Llama's enjoying the snow.
Olivia enjoying a treat
Pudge, Spamula and Clark enjoy a nap
Ms. Winnie, a coatimundi, peaking out of her house.
Barney stands up and checks his eggs. These emus should hatch out in early May 2018.
Baby goats staying dry during a storm.
Clark and Pudge enjoying treats
Omar the ostrich loves having his picture taken. Our ostrich's are friendly and eat treats out of your hand.
Baby Alpaca before shearing
Peek a Boo playset
Walter the Watusi at 2 months old.
Zeemoo enjoying lying on the hay when the temps get real
cold. He loves treats of carrots and lettuce.
"Arthur" enjoying hay while "Tom" shows off
Zeemoo and Larry
Farm Vet day working on Zack the Yak. Thanks to all my great friends that showed up and helped!!!
"Guardian" of the hay.
Sabrina and Tullulah" I heard a
Oxyx, one of the Lamancha mixed goats, enjoys the sunshine while lying on a bench.
Bucket of chicken
Butterscotch - No longer with us
Bonnie - No longer with us
Anabelle & Codi - adopted
Tashas Baby - Adopted
Serenity Animal Farm
P.O. Box 67
Clanton, Alabama 35046
Standoff between Olivia and Liberace
Libby and Petunia enjoy the sunshine
Emu egg compared to a chicken egg
Alpaca Shearing Day. Blanket comes off first.
Billy Clyde - - no longer with us
Star's First babies - Adopted
Sir James checking things out
Day old pot bellied pig
Little Bit - One month old.
Jesse - - no longer with us
Dolly Burr - Adopted
Fred checking you out.
Cocoas Baby - Adopted
Rapacious - No longer with us.
How did this hay bag get on my head?
Fiona's Babys- Adopted
Wild turkeys grazing
Field of Goats
Vet installing a nose ring in Zack the Yak.
Farm lake (Day 1)
The creek that runs thru serenity. Our dogs love to swim in the creek on hot days.
Sansa, the friendly goat, likes to hang out in the feed barn and sample some of the many types of feed.
One of our many baby goat playgrounds.
Farm lake. (Day 2)
Pancetta, a pot bellied pig. On sabbatical
at Autauga Adventures Pumpkin Patch.
Walter the Watusi, 6 months old December 2017 .
Arnold enjoying his new house.
Vet Dee Jones and Cedric.
Cedric, Paul and Mary enjoying a treat
Priscilla and Rocket waiting
on a treat.
Mushrooms are popping up around the farm due to all the rain we have had.
Did you hear something?
Ralph the farm mascot enjoys a trip to town.
Pumpkins donated for animal food by
our friends at Autauga Adventures
Taking a walk with the goats.
Recent Farm Tour.
Beautiful day on the Farm Lake.
During one of our recent tours a guest wanted to hold a baby mangalitsa pig.
Cedric enjoying his himalayan salt rope, as Barney
the Emu curiously looks on.
Arnold the Red Wattle Pig eating a squash.
Arthur, one of our big Boer goat buck. Here he is standing on his perch watching a heard of goats.
Oriel strutting her stuff.
Pictures of the last farm tour of 2017. There were twelve people who braved the cold weather to visit the animals.
Zeemoo in August 2017 (3 years old)
Picador and Merry, blackbelly sheep mix, love being held!
Meadow, a 4 day baby llama, with her mom Raven.
Adele, a baby llama standing next to her dad, Peruvian Snow. She was only a couple hours old when picture taken.
Meadow, a week old baby llama cria.
"JULIO BEFORE SHEARING & AFTER SHEARING"
Zack the Yak enjoys pictures
and being petted during tours.
Walter the Watusi, 1 month old June 2017.
Kids love to hold baby goats
during farm tours.
Cedric enjoying the snow
Rex showed up and enjoyed a couple of meals.
Baby "Pig Playing in a Puddle".
Lazy Sunday Afternoon
Wild Raccoon trying to get into the garbage. Racoons are a regular site
on the farm.
Baby goat's first snow.
Cedric loves people. When happy he throws his head back and smiles.
Donkey's heading to the barn.
Snuggles the alpaca waiting on the
sun to come out.
Mangalitsa pigs enjoying pumpkins.
Spamela, Clark & Pudgie enjoying fresh beets.
With temps dropping into the teens 5 days in a row, the farm lake has started freezing.
"YES" Goats do eat the bark
off of trees!
Repurposed pallets used to make an observation tower for Arthur the boer goat.
Pot Belly Pig Up Close
Larry & Curly playing
king of the mountain
Oriel the Rhea enjoying the snow.
Goats like to climb on anything. Here Clary and Onyx enjoy climbing on the farm lawnmower.
With a baby coatimundi
Kevin the pig is buried in the hay staying warm. If you look close all you can see is his ears.
Miracle waking up from a nap.
Quinley, one of our vet's, first experience with Cedric, our dromedary camel.
Baby Alpaca after shearing
Mangalistas enjoying night time feeding.
Chilton County FFA had a farm day on May 1, 2018. Several of our animals went on a road trip.
Sansa, the baby goat thinks she is a dog.
Walter the Watusi cow and Zack the Yak are buddies. Here they are lying down in the barn during a rainstorm.
Feeding Adele, a 3 month old orphaned
Sansa playing on outdoor
furniture while "Wonder"
Time for a picture...."everyone please get in a single file line".......
Walter the Watusi's horns are coming in nicely at seven months.
I just love you....
Jug, Waldo and Knickerss.
Hanging out at the water trough.
SERENITY ANIMAL FARM
SANCTUARY & RESCUE FARM FOR EXOTIC & FARM ANIMALS.
As you tour the farm there are several goats that follow you around. Here Little Bit is waiting for someone to sit on the bench and give her some attention.
Smile for the camera.....
Zack the baby Yak enjoying a squash.
M & M
This is what 10 years of hard work on a farm looks like. Broken shovels, rakes, and pitch forks.
Marilyn found an Emu egg.
Princess Ready to Ride
Rocky Creek, creek at Serenity. Banks lined with moss covered rock.
Arthur enjoying his new house.
Ms. Winnie checking out a load of bread.
Zack the Yak posing for pictures.
Arnold, a Red Wattle pig had just taken a mud bath. If you look on his neck you can see one wattle hanging down.
"Our Gang". George, Priscilla, Rocket, Larry and Zeemoo.
Buddy the dog guards the feed barn.
Jester the Jacobs Sheep.
How Turkeys cool their
Zebra's first snow.
Farm road. Most were impassable due to fallen limbs and trees.
Baby goat playing on toys.
Some of the farm dogs came to check out Dewars, a Scottish Highland Cow.
Farm Day at Prattville Elementary. Serenity animals went on a field trip.
Ben looks on while Jerry is lying down. Can you tell Jerry loves rubbing his head on creosote fence posts?
Zeemoo and Rocket
Beautiful winter sunset across
Mangalitsa pigs enjoying some vegetables.
Cedric getting in the Christmas spirit for farm visitors.
Giovanni and Luigi enjoying treats
Drover, a wild Russian boar, enjoys pushing tractor tires around in his watering hold.
Zack the Yak enjoying his first snow .
Fall on the farm lake.
Arthur on top of his hay feeder
Giovani enjoying a pumpkin.
"Winnie" digging up snails.
Crystal decided to help feed and brought
a feed bucket back to the barn.
(LtoR) Lilly, LucyLu, Tasha, Cocoa, Snuggles and Corenthus.
It takes many different size shelters
for the many different animals.
Luigi, one of our "Swallow Belly" Mangalitsa pigs wondering what's for dinner.
Georgiana and her baby enjoying the day together.
Around Serenity you can usually find animals walking down the road. Here are a few baby pigs out on walk about.
Cedric looks over Drover's new house.
Crystal, the sheep, getting sheared and after shearing.
Lucy, a pot bellied pig, decided to go on a walk and tour the farm.
Winnie enjoying a ride
in the farm truck.
Quinley and Dr. Dee working on Zack the Yak.
Black copper maran chickens
Geese setting on nest
Brian the Bearded Dragon
No longer with us- Adopted.
Fred in concentration
Baby goats playing on playground
Beautiful rainbow on the farm after a summer shower.
Moving a Jacobson Ram.
Little bit is adjusting well to her new home at Serenity.
Vet installing a nose ring in Walter the Watusi's nose.
Moe, Larry, Curly, Shemp, and Ted
Drover, our Russian boar, decides to go on "walk-about" every now and then. He likes to walk around the farm and check out the other animals. We just fix the fence and move on.
Noell enjoying her winter coat.