WELCOME TO MAGIC MEADOWS

Dear Animal Lover and Nature Enthusiasts,

I am Mustang Sally. I chose to name my new adventure Magic Meadows because that is where I was the most happiest. Since then I’ve been doing my best to establish that feeling again.

Forty years later I have been accomplishing that happiness little by little.

First it was locating a farmette suitable to our needs. After 15 plus years of looking at many properties and saving our money to make the move, we finally found our new Magic Meadows.

I sit and plan where Magic Meadows will grow and go in the future and I have to admit Magic Meadows is taking on a life of its own. Spurring my inspiration in ways I could never have done in any of my previous chapters of my life.

Caring for my Mom who was dying from cancer made me realize how fragile life is. Mom’s death and having my childhood passion and dreams haunt me day in and day out pushed me forward. I had to make “something” happen to move me closer to a life worth living. Having more life behind me then ahead of me caught my attention.

My siblings and I were fortunate to have parents who allowed every kind of animal in the house. Mom who lived in the shadow of Mt. Rainer, WA had cows, chickens and dogs just to name a few. She knew and understood animal husbandry. Our parents shared their love of animals with their children.

I bring this love, this passion, this dream of being a Stewart of Animals to Magic Meadows and in turn Magic Meadows is evolving into an Alpaca farm. We even have plans underway to add ducks for duck eggs, even a locally grown vegetable garden where we use the best compost in the world today; Alpaca compost. And of course a place where horses will always have a home to be just that, horses.

Magic Meadows will be a farm where others can come and learn how to care for all types of animals, a farm to come and heal, a farm to even expand their dreams.

I can joyously say each day I get to walk into a happy barn to hear the horses nickering and the barn cat meowing and alpacas humming.

God Bless,
Mustang Sally