Hello everyone, I have some more good news to share tonight as we were able to secure a couple of big loads of sawdust for the animals. That might sound rather insignificant but it’s very important to keep the animals on clean and dry bedding to provide a safe and healthy environment. Lately sawdust and shavings were difficult to get and since there are many farms and animals owners on this island there must be a high demand for bedding material.
Hello everyone, it is really time to give you an update from the farm. It’s been a little while since the last one but we’ve all been busy taking care of the animals as well as organizing help and supplies. Like for everyone else, this situation is still very foreign and new to us with its many challenges, multiple problems and countless questions. We don’t know how long this might be going on for and, although this uncertainly is difficult, we are trying to plan ahead as good as we can.
Today I’m happy that I can share some great and uplifting news with you. First let me start again with a huge THANK YOU to all our supporters. Seeing your continuous support coming into the campaign be it through donations as well as all your positive and encouraging messages is really heartwarming and gives us hope in these uncertain times of which we don’t know how long they will go on for.
Hello everyone, this is our first update on the fundraising campaign and I really would like to use this opportunity to say THANK YOU!!! None of us at the farm had expected to find that much support and generosity in the community as well as from different places all over the world.
The Beacon Hill Children’s Farm is a small local family farm in Victoria, British Columbia. The farm might be small in size but we are proud to provide a loving home to more than a hundred farm animals. Over the past 35 years we were so fortunate to be able to share this amazing experience of living with and caring for these animals with lots of visitors – tourists and locals alike.
Peg was a one-of-a-kind goat who had become quite famous and well known to staff, volunteers and visitors alike, and had found a very special place in our hearts. She and her sister Winnie were born here at the farm in 1999 and after growing up Peg had a great time as a mother goat.