Omni the sugar glider

(Omni can sometimes visit indoor facilities)

GEE Funny Farm Animals

 
Some animals travel and some don't.  Some animals are used in presentations and some animals are only seen on the GEE Funny Farm Hayride.  Any animals that travel may be used in presentations on the Farm.  Here are our animals.


Animals that Travel

(they can also be seen when you visit the Farm)


Animals We Have Loved and Lost

Priscilla the Nigerian dwarf goat

Neum the Julianna mini pig

Isaac and Asimov, the parrots

Medium Animals that Travel

(we don't need a trailer)....

Mary the Patagonian mara

Levi the short-tailed opossum

​(2012-2016)

Dorcas and Erastus the emus

Large Animals that Travel

(we DO need a trailer)....

Zipporah the Nubian goat

​(2008-2018)

Barnabas the Highland/Dexter cross steer

loves attention, should be ready soon!

Barnabas the Highland/Dexter cross steer (Arrived mid April 2019)

Hosea the Suri alpaca

Animals That Stay Home 

These are animals you can only see at GEE Funny Farm.  

They are not good travelers or they need a special area for interaction.

Small Animals that Travel

(we can pack them into our pickup, we don't need a trailer)....

Persis the ball python​​

Lizzy the bearded dragon

​(2012-2016)

We work hard with our veterinarians to keep our animals healthy, but sometimes they still pass away due to health issues or old age.  It is always difficult because we love them. 

Abish the green aracari (2008-2015)

Keturah the Navajo churro sheep ewe

Abinadi the llama gelding

Sariah the goose

Chicks, goslings, ducklings, peachicks, and poults are all in the small animal category, when they are available.

These are animals we rarely use in presentations, but you might see them on the hayride

at GEE Funny Farm, plus you may see some small and medium sized animals not used in the presentation.

Aramis the mini horse (38") gelding

Watch for additional animals in the future...

Nephi the Huacaya alpaca gelding

Moses the mini donkey (36") gelding

Paul the hedgehog

Cultivating Your Critter I.Q.

 Obadiah the Oberhasli goat

​(2008-2016)

Kids (baby goats) and lambs are in the medium animal category, when they are available.

Shiloh the cherry head tortoise

Liahona the llama

Linus the bearded dragon

Boaz the Flemish giant bunny

Peacocks and/or peahens

Clancy the Bennett wallaby (2000-2014)

Lydia, the Southern flying squirrel

Pick a chicken or two

(and sometimes a rooster)

Abish the 2-toed sloth

Gabriel the Shetland sheep wether

a heritage turkey

Cornelius the pygmy goat buck

Porthos the Percheron cross horse (17 hands) gelding

D'Artagnan the mini horse (28") gelding

Premium Animals

This is a new category with animals that people don't often get to interact with. They require larger travel cages, and/or

special equipment, and, sometimes, special environments. and cost extra...but they are worth it!

 Athos the Quarter horse

​(1995-2016)

Sam the Dutch bunny

Tabitha the Bennett wallaby

​(2014-2017)

Naomi the LaMancha cross goat doe

Gid the Boer cross goat (2004-2015)

Eunice the emu

Abel the babydoll sheep wether

Shiblon the Angora goat

Shadrach the prairie dog (2002-2011)

Jude the LaMancha goat wether

Noah and/or Ham, the chinchillas

MaCaffrey the Shetland ewe

​(2002-2019)

Animals in Training

Malachi the Arctic fox