March 16, 2018... 4 kiddos from one litter were born to Cara, the mother. All are healthy and growing big and strong.

March 16, 2018... 4 kiddos from one litter were born to Cara, the mother. All are healthy and growing big and strong.

Ahu Lani Ranch

Aside from being a Retreat Center, Ahu Lani is a working ranch and farm.

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Horses

The backbone of a ranch, horses are essential for both happiness and helping with some of the heavy chores.

We have 3 horses;
-Sunshine (18 yr old Morgan gelding)
-Athena (Atti for short; 4 yr old Shire Sport cross mare)
-Tsornen  (4 yr old Dutch warm blood colt) pictured here

Rides are offered to guests weather permitting for a fee.

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Goats

So apparently goat Yoga is a thing... we found this out when we had a group here during the birthing of these 4 young kiddos back in March of 2018.

Our milking/dairy goats are miniature Neubians and create a tasty milk that is sweet and less "gamey" than traditional goat milk. These kiddos are so fun to hang with and watch them do their fancy kick moves!

Doe Names: Cara, Penelope, Ghile, Bronwyn, Cacao, Tigress, Buck: Sage

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Chickens

Enjoy farm fresh eggs from our 20+ chickens. We keep 1 rooster on the land, but he has a collar that keeps him from "roostering". We have many kinds of chickens and our eggs range from brown to green in color.

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Ducks

Tottanka and Tiitti (left to right, female/male) are our Muscovy Ducks. They are quite fun to watch as they waddle around and steal food from the chickens. They are both young, but we hope to get duck eggs from Tottanka soon.

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Dogs

Land's best friend!

Jazzy (Shepard/awesome mix pictured here) and Truman (Labradoodle) are our happy greeting committee and cuddling buddies. They are not allowed in rooms or common areas, but you are welcome to enjoy a little nap with them on the land.

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Cats

We have 2 cats on the land; Rain (pictured here) and Cairo. They are friendly and great hunters. Cats are not allowed into rooms and common areas, they live in a separate cabin with the caretakers/owners.