Loretta Jackson has brought both some of the youth from the Safe house where she works and some of her chickens who had been injured by attacks from hawks and from rowdy roosters.
The youths play with the llamas, groom them, feed them, take them for walks.
One youth, at first very shy and fearful has become a leader for others, teaching them how to work with the llamas. She has also procured a steady job at the farm, cleaning the stalls and helping with the horses.
Loretta had a young hen named Blinky, who had her eye pierced by a hawk and w...