©2017-18
Hi, I’m a mini-Saanen goat. My breed is developed for dairy; but since I’m a wether (castrated male goat), I just help control the lawn and hang out in the petting zoo. I was born in March 2017. I’m not good at math, but I bet you could figure out how old I am. Stop by and see me. I like to test the fences around here so you might see me roaming around. Mom’s not too happy about that, but I figured someone should let her know where animals can get through!
Ruminants: Animals that have a two-step digestive system (cow, sheep, goat)
Equus: Single toed mammals with a simple digestive system (horse, pony, donkey)
Fowl: Otherwise known as birds or poultry. 
Other:  (llama, pig, rabbit, cat, etc.) 
MENDEL MINI-SAANEN GOAT 
I’m Edison, a fainting goat; although the only thing that’s made me faint so far has been the miniature horse. I don’t like fainting, it’s kind of embarrassing. Everyone’s always looking at me and laughing when I wake up, but I’m a very friendly goat. I especially like to be scratched between my horns. I can’t ever get that spot on my own. I was born in April 2017. They promptly turned me into a wether (castrated male goat). I was probably upset at the time, but I don’t remember now. I mow the grass (not very fond of some of the weeds) and let people pet me. You can come and visit. You’ll probably get a welcoming “Baahhh” from me! I like to hear myself talk.
EDISON FAINTING GOAT
Hi, I'm Clover and that's my mom, Daisy. Or am I Daisy? Can you really tell? Jen found a trick to tell us apart. We are Royal White hair sheep, which means we don't grow wool. Our breed is commonly bred for meat since we are low maintenance, but we are so sweet that we just hang around, let people pet us, and trim the weeds and grass. I'll be the first to check out whatever you have in your hands. I'll also stand around and let you scratch my back for me. Daisy is the protector of us. She doesn't trust anything that doesn't sound like us, and that definitely includes Paisley Mae! Stranger Danger is her motto!
CLOVER ROYAL WHITE HAIR SHEEP
I know, I have the prettiest blue eyes you've ever seen! And my hair coat is unique too. My name is Rachel. I'm a Nubian mixed with an Angora goat. I have to be sheared, like an Alpaca or sheep. People use my hair fiber to make clothes and winter accessories. I'm a fairly laid-back goat. I get yelled at a lot because I prefer chicken feed (and their coop) over my own. I have to watch my girlish figure if I want to keep fitting in the chicken door, but I never turn down grain, grass, or hay.
RACHEL NUBIAN MIXED WITH AN ANGORA GOAT
Hello, I'm Kepler and I'm a Nigerian Dwarf goat. My breed makes very good pets because we are short and compact. We also have very good temperaments. My breed was originally developed as a dairy goat, in hot and dry climates, but I like Pennsylvania just fine. I spend my free time figuring out how to escape from the pasture. I just prefer to hang out with the horses. They always have tasty scraps hanging around.
KEPLER NIGERIAN DWARF GOAT
Hi, my name is Te. Sometimes I get called Teaberry or T-Bird. When I’m rude, my mom calls me Mare. That just means I’m a female horse who’s old enough to have babies. I had several babies when I was younger, but the last one almost killed me so I’m not allowed to have anymore. I am a registered Quarter Horse, born on March 16th, 1993. People say I don’t act my age because I still get antsy when we go on trail rides. I just don’t like to stand still… unless I’m playing in water! You’ll see me on the farm, but I usually only visit if it looks like you have food. I might be wearing my fly mask because it keeps the bugs away from my sarcoid. It’s an ugly growth on my ear caused by a bug bite. Don’t worry, it’s a horse thing. It doesn’t hurt, it just doesn’t look pretty.
TE QUARTER HORSE 
My name is Chief and I’m a Missouri Fox Trotter mixed with a Paint. I have a special gait that allows me to move in ways that other horses can’t. I’m just here on vacation until my mom feels better. It’s a nice vacation spot. I keep Te company in the pasture and I get to tag along for trail rides. I used to not like men, or any new people in general, but Jen says I’ve come a long way. She figured out I’d do just about anything for a treat!
CHIEF  MISSOURI FOX TROTTER MIXED WITH A PAINT
Bess, Betty, Eleanor, Hillary, Jackie, Ladybird, Mamie, Martha, Mary Todd, Michelle, Nancy and Rosalyn: We are the chicks of Recycled Earth. Can you figure out the theme of our names? Actually, we are pullets, so we’re being raised for egg laying purposes. We won’t be called hens until we start laying eggs, and since we were all born at the beginning of April, most of us won’t start laying eggs until September. For now, we like to peck at the ground and taste test new insects. Sometimes we are found sitting on Mendel’s back in the morning. He’s a nice, warm, comfy, goat. We’ll be able to roam around the farm when we’re older, but for now we stay in our coop or a fenced-in area so predators don’t get us. Come to one of the workshops to learn more about us. We are easy to maintain, plus we can help feed your family. Just make sure to check with your zoning and/or township ordinances. Most areas will allow at least 2 hens.
FOWL BIRDS or POULTRY
Hellooo! My name is Nala because I am a Lionhead rabbit. You Lion King fans should understand how I got my name. I was born in April of 2017, so I’m still pretty small. I went to my first classroom in June where I got to hop around this huge place called a classroom! It was very nice, but it didn’t have any grass. Luckily there was some hay from home that I could snack on. When I’m not in a classroom I like to have stories read to me. My favorites are about Rabbits; although I don’t like The Tortoise and the Hare. You should come visit me in the Reading Rabbit program! I promise I’m a good listener… as long as you pet me while you read.
NALA LIONHEAD RABBIT 
I am a New Zealand rabbit, born in 2015. Can you guess how I got my name? Needless to say, I’m not fond of people sticking their fingers near my face, so I pretend they’re carrots and take a little nibble. My breed is generally raised as a meat rabbit. Rabbits are a sustainable source of protein since we flourish on greens, and well, reproduce like rabbits. That is, a rabbit’s gestation period is only 31 days, and females generally have 4-10 bunnies in a litter. I’ll be around on the farm, but I’m not the touchy feely type you’ll see in the petting zoo. You might be able to catch a peek of me and my babies though! I guess you’ve already met Nibbles? Well I’m George, her boyfriend. We’re both New Zealand rabbits, and we’re both about the same age. I’m a little more friendly; although I don’t care for Paisley. She always looks like she wants to eat me, so I stomp my foot to let Nibbles know she should hide too. My favorite treats are bananas and carrots, although I’ll eat almost anything that gets put into my house.
NIBBLES NEW ZEALAND RABBIT 
Hi, I'm Dali, Sally Dali for those of you who were wondering. I'm the newest rabbit addition to the farm. I was born in June of 2017, but I am already bigger than the rest of the rabbits here... except Escher. Him and I are both Flemish Giants. We will grow to be about 20 lbs each, and be bigger than any of your toy dog breeds and most of your cats! I'm still not used to people grabbing at me, so you'll probably only get to see me from a distance for now.
DALI FLEMISH GIANT
Hello, I'm Escher... no M.C. needed. Like Dali said, we are Flemish Giants. Historically, our breed was raised for meat and fur because we are so large. But people have recently discovered that we are very gentle and tolerant of children, so we've become large pets instead. I like to be pet and spoiled, but I don't like being picked up. You'll probably see me around the farm, and I might even let you pet me if you bring some green bribery! Come visit!
ESCHER FLEMISH GIANT
Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's Maybelline. Yep, that's me! I look like this at the crack of dawn and before I go to bed, no reapplying make-up needed. I'm a cute, soft, white, bunny, that loves to be held. I was born in June of 2017 too, but I'm only a third of the size of Dali. There have been a few guesses at my breed. What do you think? I like to visit classrooms and have children read me stories. Maybe you will come to visit and read me a book!
MAYBELLINE READING FRIEND
Ruff Ruff! Come see me and my friends! Mom is always bringing home new animals to meet. I get a little excited at first, but she says I'm making progress. I'm learning to herd the animals, but my "Off" command is still a work in progress... I just get so excited!! Mom and Dad adopted me from the Pottsville Prison DAWGS program in November of 2016. I used to be very shy, but now I just love love love people; especially the short ones that walk around with food in their hands! Speaking of food, Mom says I'm part goat because I eat everyone's food and can often be seen grazing on the grass in the field. I don't know, it tastes good! If you want an awesome dog that'll love you forever, please ADOPT! I have to go on my daily rounds now, but I'll see you soon!
PAISLEY MAE
Ruminants: Animals that have a two-step digestive system (cow, sheep, goat)
Equus: Single toed mammals with a simple digestive system (horse, pony, donkey)
©2017-18
Hi, I’m a mini- Saanen goat. My breed is developed for dairy; but since I’m a wether (castrated male goat), I just help control the lawn and hang out in the petting zoo. I was born in March 2017. I’m not good at math, but I bet you could figure out how old I am. Stop by and see me. I like to test the fences around here so you might see me roaming around. Mom’s not too happy about that, but I figured someone should let her know where animals can get through!
Fowl: Otherwise known as birds or poultry. 
Other (llama, pig, rabbit, cat, etc.) 
MENDEL MINI-SAANEN GOAT 
I’m Edison, a fainting goat; although the only thing that’s made me faint so far has been the miniature horse. I don’t like fainting, it’s kind of embarrassing. Everyone’s always looking at me and laughing when I wake up, but I’m a very friendly goat. I especially like to be scratched between my horns. I can’t ever get that spot on my own. I was born in April 2017. They promptly turned me into a wether (castrated male goat). I was probably upset at the time, but I don’t remember now. I mow the grass (not very fond of some of the weeds) and let people pet me. You can come and visit. You’ll probably get a welcoming “Baahhh” from me! I like to hear myself talk.
EDISON FAINTING GOAT
Hi, I'm Clover and that's my mom, Daisy. Or am I Daisy? Can you really tell? Jen found a trick to tell us apart. We are Royal White hair sheep, which means we don't grow wool. Our breed is commonly bred for meat since we are low maintenance, but we are so sweet that we just hang around, let people pet us, and trim the weeds and grass. I'll be the first to check out whatever you have in your hands. I'll also stand around and let you scratch my back for me. Daisy is the protector of us. She doesn't trust anything that doesn't sound like us, and that definitely includes Paisley Mae! Stranger Danger is her motto!
CLOVER ROYAL WHITE HAIR SHEEP
I know, I have the prettiest blue eyes you've ever seen! And my hair coat is unique too. My name is Rachel. I'm a Nubian mixed with an Angora goat. I have to be sheared, like an Alpaca or sheep. People use my hair fiber to make clothes and winter accessories. I'm a fairly laid-back goat. I get yelled at a lot because I prefer chicken feed (and their coop) over my own. I have to watch my girlish figure if I want to keep fitting in the chicken door, but I never turn down grain, grass, or hay.
RACHEL NUBIAN MIXED WITH AN ANGORA GOAT
Hello, I'm Kepler and I'm a Nigerian Dwarf goat. My breed makes very good pets because we are short and compact. We also have very good temperaments. My breed was originally developed as a dairy goat, in hot and dry climates, but I like Pennsylvania just fine. I spend my free time figuring out how to escape from the pasture. I just prefer to hang out with the horses. They always have tasty scraps hanging around.
KEPLER NIGERIAN DWARF GOAT
Hi, my name is Te. Sometimes I get called Teaberry or T- Bird. When I’m rude, my mom calls me Mare. That just means I’m a female horse who’s old enough to have babies. I had several babies when I was younger, but the last one almost killed me so I’m not allowed to have anymore. I am a registered Quarter Horse, born on March 16th, 1993. People say I don’t act my age because I still get antsy when we go on trail rides. I just don’t like to stand still… unless I’m playing in water! You’ll see me on the farm, but I usually only visit if it looks like you have food. I might be wearing my fly mask because it keeps the bugs away from my sarcoid. It’s an ugly growth on my ear caused by a bug bite. Don’t worry, it’s a horse thing. It doesn’t hurt, it just doesn’t look pretty.
TE QUARTER HORSE 
My name is Chief and I’m a Missouri Fox Trotter mixed with a Paint. I have a special gait that allows me to move in ways that other horses can’t. I’m just here on vacation until my mom feels better. It’s a nice vacation spot. I keep Te company in the pasture and I get to tag along for trail rides. I used to not like men, or any new people in general, but Jen says I’ve come a long way. She figured out I’d do just about anything for a treat!
CHIEF  MISSOURI FOX TROTTER MIXED WITH A PAINT
Bess, Betty, Eleanor, Hillary, Jackie, Ladybird, Mamie, Martha, Mary Todd, Michelle, Nancy and Rosalyn: We are the chicks of Recycled Earth. Can you figure out the theme of our names? Actually, we are pullets, so we’re being raised for egg laying purposes. We won’t be called hens until we start laying eggs, and since we were all born at the beginning of April, most of us won’t start laying eggs until September. For now, we like to peck at the ground and taste test new insects. Sometimes we are found sitting on Mendel’s back in the morning. He’s a nice, warm, comfy, goat. We’ll be able to roam around the farm when we’re older, but for now we stay in our coop or a fenced-in area so predators don’t get us. Come to one of the workshops to learn more about us. We are easy to maintain, plus we can help feed your family. Just make sure to check with your zoning and/or township ordinances. Most areas will allow at least 2 hens.
FOWL BIRDS or POULTRY
Hellooo! My name is Nala because I am a Lionhead rabbit. You Lion King fans should understand how I got my name. I was born in April of 2017, so I’m still pretty small. I went to my first classroom in June where I got to hop around this huge place called a classroom! It was very nice, but it didn’t have any grass. Luckily there was some hay from home that I could snack on. When I’m not in a classroom I like to have stories read to me. My favorites are about Rabbits; although I don’t like The Tortoise and the Hare. You should come visit me in the Reading Rabbit program! I promise I’m a good listener… as long as you pet me while you read.
NALA LIONHEAD RABBIT 
I am a New Zealand rabbit, born in 2015. Can you guess how I got my name? Needless to say, I’m not fond of people sticking their fingers near my face, so I pretend they’re carrots and take a little nibble. My breed is generally raised as a meat rabbit. Rabbits are a sustainable source of protein since we flourish on greens, and well, reproduce like rabbits. That is, a rabbit’s gestation period is only 31 days, and females generally have 4-10 bunnies in a litter. I’ll be around on the farm, but I’m not the touchy feely type you’ll see in the petting zoo. You might be able to catch a peek of me and my babies though! I guess you’ve already met Nibbles? Well I’m George, her boyfriend. We’re both New Zealand rabbits, and we’re both about the same age. I’m a little more friendly; although I don’t care for Paisley. She always looks like she wants to eat me, so I stomp my foot to let Nibbles know she should hide too. My favorite treats are bananas and carrots, although I’ll eat almost anything that gets put into my house.
NIBBLES NEW ZEALAND RABBIT 
Hi, I'm Dali, Sally Dali for those of you who were wondering. I'm the newest rabbit addition to the farm. I was born in June of 2017, but I am already bigger than the rest of the rabbits here... except Escher. Him and I are both Flemish Giants. We will grow to be about 20 lbs each, and be bigger than any of your toy dog breeds and most of your cats! I'm still not used to people grabbing at me, so you'll probably only get to see me from a distance for now.
DALI FLEMISH GIANT
Hello, I'm Escher... no M.C. needed. Like Dali said, we are Flemish Giants. Historically, our breed was raised for meat and fur because we are so large. But people have recently discovered that we are very gentle and tolerant of children, so we've become large pets instead. I like to be pet and spoiled, but I don't like being picked up. You'll probably see me around the farm, and I might even let you pet me if you bring some green bribery! Come visit!
ESCHER FLEMISH GIANT
Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's Maybelline. Yep, that's me! I look like this at the crack of dawn and before I go to bed, no reapplying make-up needed. I'm a cute, soft, white, bunny, that loves to be held. I was born in June of 2017 too, but I'm only a third of the size of Dali. There have been a few guesses at my breed. What do you think? I like to visit classrooms and have children read me stories. Maybe you will come to visit and read me a book!
MAYBELLINE READING FRIEND
Ruff Ruff! Come see me and my friends! Mom is always bringing home new animals to meet. I get a little excited at first, but she says I'm making progress. I'm learning to herd the animals, but my "Off" command is still a work in progress... I just get so excited!! Mom and Dad adopted me from the Pottsville Prison DAWGS program in November of 2016. I used to be very shy, but now I just love love love people; especially the short ones that walk around with food in their hands! Speaking of food, Mom says I'm part goat because I eat everyone's food and can often be seen grazing on the grass in the field. I don't know, it tastes good! If you want an awesome dog that'll love you forever, please ADOPT! I have to go on my daily rounds now, but I'll see you soon!
PAISLEY MAE
  RECYCLED EARTH                 FACULTY