Animal Encounter

Mudsock

Meet Mudsock

Born in February 2020 and the Fishers AgriPark’s first animal, Mudsock is cross-bred steer. As of this year, he is joined by 3 other cows: Two Red Angus Cows and one Short Horn.

Did you know?

Mudsock, like all cows, has four stomachs.

Meet Spirit

Spirit is a Rocky Mountain horse that is 8 years old. Spirit likes grass, hay, and snacks.

Did you know?

Horses typically sleep standing up and prefer it that way.

spirit the horse
Otis

Meet Otis

Otis is a Vietnamese Pot-Bellied Pig. As a pot-bellied pig, he has short ears, a short snout, and a large, drooping abdomen. He is also quite smart and may come say hi if you call him by his name.

Did you know?
 Pigs have poor vision, but excellent hearing and smell, and they can live up to 30 years.

Meet Ricky Bobby

Ricky Bobby is a goat that lives at the AgriPark. He loves to climb up onto anything and everything, but he loves nothing more than eating some fresh hay.

Did you know?

Goats cannot look up or down without moving their heads.

Lamb

Meet the Sheep

We have one ram and a few ewes at the AgriPark. They had a new baby lamb in April, and they like to eat, run, and eat some more!

Did you know?

Sheep can see behind them without having to turn their heads.

Meet the Chickens

We have a variety of chickens at the AgriPark, with the most common being white leghorns.

Did you know?

Chickens can see 300 degrees around them, giving them excellent peripheral vision and the ability to see objects nearly all the way behind them. This is part of why they are so hard to catch.

Meet the Rabbit

We currently have one black rabbit who calls the AgriPark his home. 

Did you know?

Chickens can see 360 degrees and rotate their ears 270 degrees, giving them a significant advantage over their natural predators.