Rare and Exotic Sheep
Rare and Exotic Goats
- Jacob 4-Horned- A rare black & white spotted sheep with 2 to 6 horns, a British breed.
- Black belly Barbados- A hair sheep from the island of Barbados, does not need to be sheared.
- Karakul- One of the oldest breeds of sheep, they have a fat broad tail that stores fat.
- Shetland- Miniature, hardy sheep from the Shetland Islands with soft silky wool.
Rare and Exotic Calves
- Angora Goats - Often mistaken for a sheep as their fleece grows about 12 inches a year.
- Pygmy Goats- Exported from Africa to zoos in Sweden & Germany and came to the U.S. in 1959.
- Nubian Goats- A relatively large, proud, and graceful dairy goat with long pendulous ears.
- Mini Mancha Goats- A cross between Nigerian Dwarf
& La Mancha goats- goats with no ears.
- Nigerian Dwarf Goats- Miniature Dairy goats, with pleasant temperaments.
- Zebu Calf - Originated in India, thought to be the world's oldest domesticated cattle.
- Miniature Irish Dexter- The smallest breed of cattle in America.
- Scottish Highland- Small framed with long, shaggy red or gold hair and short legs.
- Chickens- Polish, Giant Cochin, Various Game Birds, Chinese Silkies and Banties.
- Pigeons- Fan Tail, Frill Backs, German Whiteside, French La Hores, Jacobins.
- Ducks- Crested, Indian Runners, Miniature Call Ducks.
- Geese- Sebastopol, white curly feathered Geese, very friendly.
- Rabbits- Giant lop and Giant Flemish, bigger than a small poodle!
- Llamas- Members of the camel family. Used for packing and fiber production.
- Alpacas- Were a cherished treasure of the ancient Inca civilization, soft & silky fiber.
- Miniature Horses- Scaled-down versions of large horses, gentle and affectionate little animals.
- Miniature Donkeys- Tame, gentle, loyal, playful, and affectionate imported from Sicily.
ANIMALS SHOWN BY NOAH'S ARK
Black belly Barbados
Miniature Irish Dexters
Miniature African Zebu
||Rare & Unusual
Giant Sulcata Tortoise
Yellow Footed Tortoise
*Each state has different rules for which animals we are allowed to bring into your state.
We make every attempt to bring a wide variety of animals, including paying for additional
testing and permits; and still follow the rules of your state.
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