Miranda Lambert is expanding her "farmily"!

The singer has welcomed a new horse named Cowboy to her Tennessee farm.

Lambert said her friend Eric Masse, a producer and engineer in Nashville, reached out about a horse that needed to be re-homed and she couldn't resist. Lambert welcomed Cowboy to the farm family, which includes five other horses, cats, rabbits and Miranda's many rescue dogs.

"Y’all welcome Cowboy to the Farmily! Our newest addition," Lambert wrote in an introductory Instagram post. "When my friend @hello_i_eric said a friend of his had a horse that needed to be re homed …. That’s never a no… It’s a hell yeah!"

The "Bluebird" singer announced the news with a series of photos that showed her beaming as she held the horse's face and her husband, Brendan McLoughlin, poses alongside Cowboy.

She concluded the gallery with a humorous photo of the horse wearing a merch hat from Little Big Town, displaying the phrase "Hell Yeah" in retro lettering to promote their new single of the same name. Miranda notes it's her "new favorite hat" from her Bandwagon tour mates.

"Cutie!!!!" commented LBT's Karen Fairchild, while her husband and bandmate Jimi Westbrook joked, "Awww… amazing. He should be our new hat model," with a winking face and heart emoji.

Lambert has a passion for helping displaced animals, something she's done many times with her MuttNation Foundation, which promotes pet adoption and provides transportation assistance during natural disasters.