Domestic livestock have been kindred to man for eons and have lived in close quarters with one another, sheep sharing barns with chickens, horses and cows, dogs sleeping with cats and pigs befriending ducks and geese. Why not? On the Fat Ewe Farm, the animals are young and have only gotten to know one another over the past year or so, and the trust is just blossoming. What a delight to see two critters curled up to one another in blissful slumber. The horses live with two llamas, two other llamas live with 4 sheep, the chickens frequently visit the piggies, and the ducks and geese visit everyone. Gee, the geese have even built a nest in the dog house. It truly is a blessing to see how the farm animals work together and all get along, well, except for the big gander, who is protecting his ladies right now during breeding season. He even lets the Saxony ducks in his pen though, so he is not all bad. It is a day to be thankful for the blessings of the farm, living in unison with nature and sharing in the wonder of the world.