Brett's Barn just keeps growing! Luke Bryan's wife Caroline showed off the new furry friends that have joined the Brett's Barn family in an Instagram gallery of the farm that shows off what a magical place it is.

Along with several ponies, a pig, chickens and a handful of goats, Caroline and her husband have welcomed a pair of alpacas into Brett's Barn. She shares a photo of Pekka and Mister, who look wide-eyed at the camera.

"Pekka and Mister! Arrived to Brett’s Barn this past December," she noted of the adorable pair. "Mister likes hugs and Pekka wants to be in everyone’s conversation. Right up in your face!"

In addition to the new alpacas, Caroline couldn't help but shine a spotlight on the many other members of Brett Barn. "Two feet move our body. Four feet move our soul. Brett’s Barn. We love this place and all our animals," she writes in a caption highlighting a pair of gentle donkeys, as well as horses, goats, pigs and other cute residents of the barn.

The barn was created on behalf of Bryan's niece Sadie Brett, who died when she was just seven months old due to health complications. The couple converted one of the old barns on their property in Tennessee into a special place for rescue animals in honor of their beloved family member.

Bryan surprised his wife with two baby kangaroos dubbed Margo and Todd on Christmas in 2017 to join Brett's Barn. Bryan posted an update the following day saying the two kangaroos are "adjusting perfectly" and are "beyond sweet and precious." (The couple also received a bit of flak from animal activists regarding the acquisition of the wild creatures).

The country superstar is gearing up for a huge year of touring, announcing a series of stadium shows as part of his What Makes You Country Tour. Sam Hunt, Carly PearceMorgan Wallen and Jon Pardi will join him on the stadium trek.

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