Animal Ambassador International Center - the Kaja and Grom Ranch
has been working for 31 years and trying to build a deeper relationship between humans and animals. A relationship that is based on mutual respect, friendship, and love.
We believe that the key to such a relationship is understanding, and this is what we want to bring to all our visitors.
Touch of soul and body
Notice to all those who have registered for the Giveaway: call to all parents
In March, we ran a “Giveaway” on our Facebook page called “Calling all parents” to which the response was unexpectedly positive and overwhelming.
We are giving away a voucher for a forty-five-minute afternoon program called Meet and Cuddle with the Animals at Ranch Kaja and Grom to everyone who correctly tagged two people who might be interested in our summer camps in a comment below.
Due to the current situation related to epidemic prevention measures, we are not able to announce the dates yet, we thank you for your understanding and invite you to follow our website and Facebook profile where we will announce the dates as soon as possible.
To receive your voucher, please contact us:
Open Pastures Day
Horse manure is the best fertilizer for our garden. Here at the Ranch, we always have plenty of it. We offer horse fertilizer to all gardeners:
- from the stalls, mixed with sawdust (some people are against it because it is supposed to “acidify” the soil).
Price € 10 per 1 m2
- from pastures where there is no sawdust admixture (this manure is in a special collection point and is well seasoned)
Price € 20 per 1 m2
And now, for all garden enthusiasts, here’s something new. Every Saturday you can come and pick up as much fertilizer as you need for FREE. All you need is a little more time and a shovel;)
A new “haircut” for the hayrack
When Darja and Andrej bought the property that is now home to all two- and four-legged ranchers, there was a 150-year-old house, a 2-story brick garage, a shed, and a hayrack. All the buildings were demolished for safety reasons or because they were unsuitable for our activities. Only the hayrack was left and served us well for many years. It, therefore, deserved to be renovated a little, and so we provided it with a new roof. We knew that our hayrack was at least 55 years old, but the guys who partially restored it told us that it was at least 100 years old.
Will you come and see how beautiful it is with a new “haircut”?
Living in nature and with animals. Sounds like paradise, doesn’t it?
Drinking your morning coffee in the company of ducks and pigs, overlooking the horses in the pasture, with the sound of the birds singing, makes the most of it and makes up for a sleepless night due to colic or illness. Everything has its advantages and, unfortunately, its disadvantages. We want to share with you what this life is like and how we live it on our YouTube channel.
Four-legged friends advise
Little tips and ideas from our clever mare Kaja, crafty dog Grom, and gentle kitty Žabica (Froggy).
Ranch Kaja and Grom is included in the Rural Development Programme measure