LGRS Blog

Bossy BonBon at Chow Time

Our lovely BonBon is an enthusiastic eater and chow time. Here, you can see her savoring every little scrap of her feed. Notice how towards the end of the video she pushes away Mocha (the dark Jenny on the right of the screen, and her son Nestle (gelding on the left...

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Charmaine the Duck Hen Encounters Geese

After several days to allow Charmaine the duck hen to get used to her surroundings, we decided to try her with the geese. At first, we had her sequestered in the new barn chicken nursery with a few bottom-of-the-pecking order chickens. Luckily, Charmaine's encounter...

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Logan the Wether Visits for Hoof Trims

Friend of the sanctuary Brenda has been coming by for about a year now with her wether "Logan" who looks to be a Nigerian mix. He's a sweet little boy but he's a bit overweight these past few months. When Brenda acquired the goat, he was walking on its knees because...

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Duck Hen Joins LGRS

A friend of the sanctuary delivered this pretty black duck hen because some aggressive roosters were picking on her and pulling out her feathers. We have geese, chickens and a guinea here at LGRS but this is our first duck. Since she's waterfowl, we contemplate...

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Callie’s Road to Recovery

It's been five long months since Callie the Jenny was diagnosed with an abscess in her left front hoof. It took a few sets of x-rays for our vets to find the problem. At first they thought it might have been laminitis but luckily there was no rotation of her pedal...

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Volunteer Opportunities & Ranch Tours

You are welcome to visit Lucky Glider Ranch Many of you have been asking about what kind of volunteer work you can do here at Lucky Glider Ranch. In addition, there have been many ranch tours over the past decade that have gone far to establish community outreach and...

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Remembering Herman

Herman the miniature mixed gelding, who was with us for the year of 2019, succumbed to cancer in October of that year. He was a favorite with visitors and very sweet in disposition. Herman was originally a wild Bureau of Land Management donkey and came to the...

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Maria the Doe

SPONSOR MARIA Maria was born in October of 2009 so she is getting up there in age for a goat. She is a beautiful Nubian with great coloring and disposition. She came to Lucky Glider Rescue & Sanctuary along with two eight-month-old offspring (Rufus and Mandy) in...

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Sheba the Doe

SPONSOR SHEBA Sheba is a very special goat here at Lucky Glider Ranch. She was born in January of 2010. She is three-quarters Nigerian Dwarf and one-quarter Nubian. Her two offspring are Saul (La Mancha father), and Sydney (Nigerian father). Her boys rarely leave her...

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Priscilla the Ewe

SPONSOR PRISCILLA Priscilla is one of our friendly sheep. She came to us less than a year old in 2010 but had some trouble in loading into her trailer and broke one of her front hooves. She required a lot of special care in dressing and antibiotic salves on that hoof...

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Bossy BonBon at Chow Time

Bossy BonBon at Chow Time

Our lovely BonBon is an enthusiastic eater and chow time. Here, you can see her savoring every little scrap of her feed. Notice how towards the end of the video she pushes away Mocha (the dark Jenny on the right of the screen, and her son Nestle (gelding on the left...

read more
Charmaine the Duck Hen Encounters Geese

Charmaine the Duck Hen Encounters Geese

After several days to allow Charmaine the duck hen to get used to her surroundings, we decided to try her with the geese. At first, we had her sequestered in the new barn chicken nursery with a few bottom-of-the-pecking order chickens. Luckily, Charmaine's encounter...

read more
Logan the Wether Visits for Hoof Trims

Logan the Wether Visits for Hoof Trims

Friend of the sanctuary Brenda has been coming by for about a year now with her wether "Logan" who looks to be a Nigerian mix. He's a sweet little boy but he's a bit overweight these past few months. When Brenda acquired the goat, he was walking on its knees because...

read more
Duck Hen Joins LGRS

Duck Hen Joins LGRS

A friend of the sanctuary delivered this pretty black duck hen because some aggressive roosters were picking on her and pulling out her feathers. We have geese, chickens and a guinea here at LGRS but this is our first duck. Since she's waterfowl, we contemplate...

read more
Callie’s Road to Recovery

Callie’s Road to Recovery

It's been five long months since Callie the Jenny was diagnosed with an abscess in her left front hoof. It took a few sets of x-rays for our vets to find the problem. At first they thought it might have been laminitis but luckily there was no rotation of her pedal...

read more