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Cows-Tossy, Rosie, Bossy, Puppy Paw

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Pigs-Piggins

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Roosters- Big Boy

"Did you know that Roosters look after hens and keep them safe. They alert them to danger, find food and hunt out delicious treats. When it comes to bedtime, rosters heard the girls off to bed. Ive found our roosters to be inquisitive, with individual likes and dislikes. The never fail to make me smile. The 10 roosters living here have their own group of hens they each look after. They love crowing back and forth to each other to let everyone know everything is OK.

Unfortunately here in New Zealand roosters and male chics are often discarded or killed as unwanted by-products of egg production. Whether that is egg farming or backyard hens. Every year, millions of day old male chicks are either gased or shredded alive. The chics are killed no matter which egg farming method is used, whether it's cage, barn or free range.
To learn more about this check out SAFE.

About Big Boy
This gorgeous rooster was dumped. Discarded in a remote area left to fend for himself. We went during the night while he was roosting in a tree and brought him here to safety. He now lives with us.
Likes finding treats for his girls and dust baths in the dirt.
"

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Sheep- Leroy

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Did You Know

Animals farmed in New Zealand have individual personalities that we would attribute to animals like cats and dogs. Expectant sows make a nest for their young, Chickens remember the faces of up to 100people, Sheep are able to recognize the faces of at least 50 other sheep. There is alot of interesting information about animals that isnt generally known.Lets find out more about them!

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Cows-Tossy, Rosie, Bossy, Puppy Paw

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Hens-Gigi

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Pigs-Piggins

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Roosters- Big Boy

"Did you know that Roosters look after hens and keep them safe. They alert them to danger, find food and hunt out delicious treats. When it comes to bedtime, rosters heard the girls off to bed. Ive found our roosters to be inquisitive, with individual likes and dislikes. The never fail to make me smile. The 10 roosters living here have their own group of hens they each look after. They love crowing back and forth to each other to let everyone know everything is OK.

Unfortunately here in New Zealand roosters and male chics are often discarded or killed as unwanted by-products of egg production. Whether that is egg farming or backyard hens. Every year, millions of day old male chicks are either gased or shredded alive. The chics are killed no matter which egg farming method is used, whether it's cage, barn or free range.
To learn more about this check out SAFE.

About Big Boy
This gorgeous rooster was dumped. Discarded in a remote area left to fend for himself. We went during the night while he was roosting in a tree and brought him here to safety. He now lives with us.
Likes finding treats for his girls and dust baths in the dirt.
"

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Sheep- Leroy

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Did You Know

Animals farmed in New Zealand have individual personalities that we would attribute to animals like cats and dogs. Expectant sows make a nest for their young, Chickens remember the faces of up to 100people, Sheep are able to recognize the faces of at least 50 other sheep. There is alot of interesting information about animals that isnt generally known.Lets find out more about them!

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Cows-Tossy, Rosie, Bossy, Puppy Paw

This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. Want to view and manage all your collections? Click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Here, you can make changes to your content, add new fields, create dynamic pages and more. You can create as many collections as you need.

Your collection is already set up for you with fields and content. Add your own, or import content from a CSV file. Add fields for any type of content you want to display, such as rich text, images, videos and more. You can also collect and store information from your site visitors using input elements like custom forms and fields.

Be sure to click Sync after making changes in a collection, so visitors can see your newest content on your live site. Preview your site to check that all your elements are displaying content from the right collection fields.

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Hens-Gigi

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Pigs-Piggins

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Roosters- Big Boy

"Did you know that Roosters look after hens and keep them safe. They alert them to danger, find food and hunt out delicious treats. When it comes to bedtime, rosters heard the girls off to bed. Ive found our roosters to be inquisitive, with individual likes and dislikes. The never fail to make me smile. The 10 roosters living here have their own group of hens they each look after. They love crowing back and forth to each other to let everyone know everything is OK.

Unfortunately here in New Zealand roosters and male chics are often discarded or killed as unwanted by-products of egg production. Whether that is egg farming or backyard hens. Every year, millions of day old male chicks are either gased or shredded alive. The chics are killed no matter which egg farming method is used, whether it's cage, barn or free range.
To learn more about this check out SAFE.

About Big Boy
This gorgeous rooster was dumped. Discarded in a remote area left to fend for himself. We went during the night while he was roosting in a tree and brought him here to safety. He now lives with us.
Likes finding treats for his girls and dust baths in the dirt.
"

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Sheep- Leroy

This is placeholder text. To change this content, double-click on the element and click Change Content. Want to view and manage all your collections? Click on the Content Manager button in the Add panel on the left. Here, you can make changes to your content, add new fields, create dynamic pages and more. You can create as many collections as you need.

Your collection is already set up for you with fields and content. Add your own, or import content from a CSV file. Add fields for any type of content you want to display, such as rich text, images, videos and more. You can also collect and store information from your site visitors using input elements like custom forms and fields.

Be sure to click Sync after making changes in a collection, so visitors can see your newest content on your live site. Preview your site to check that all your elements are displaying content from the right collection fields.

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