Basically being a tour guide for all kinds of animals. Chickens, pigs, min horses, goats, cows, donkeys, etc. And it’s great because even though I know TONS about animal behavior and have worked with everything from dogs to dolphins, and have owned everything from hamsters to rabbits, to parrots to dogs, etc over my many childhood years, not to mention working as a vet tech for 4 years…I have next to ZERO farm experience. Weird, right? It just never happened for me to go that route and I always have wanted to complete my animal handling experience and knowledge with farm work, so…welp, there we go. I bridled up my first horse, helped corral chickens, and milked a goat. The AWESOME thing about after working around dolphins and sea lions, everything else is a breeze and I’m 100% comfortable handling just about anything they throw at me. I just have to learn all the little factual stuff that goes along with it. :)
Only negative thing? Florida. Summer. Heat. - In boots and jeans. Good god. That’s gonna kill me. But I’ll be well hydrated, tan, and trim by the end of the summer, for sure. LOTS of walking.
Also. I don’t care if I’m 27. I’m going to ask my daddy to buy me a pony. Because. OMG. I WANT ONNNNE.