With all the new lambs and kids being born this spring it’s hard this year to keep up with naming them. I came out to see the goats yesterday afternoon and was on hand to help Katie-Jane birth her first buckling. She was walking around the pen with his toes and nose sticking out (perfect presentation),Continue reading “Lambs and kids”
Every once in a while the time comes when a farm like ours has too much livestock. Our focus is shifting a little toward sheep and meat goats, and as we shift we’re finding ourselves overstocked in pigs and dairy goats. This is an excellent chance for other small homesteads/farms to avail themselves of ourContinue reading “Farm Animals for Sale”
Newborn baby animals are my favorite part of spring! Last night at 2:30am, after being in labor most of yesterday, Rosie (our English Shepherd) began giving birth. When she was done she had nine new little puppies, six girls and three boys! Coloring can change a little over time, but most of them are sable and white!Continue reading “Spring puppies, lamb and kids”
Our horse, Loki, stood very well for the farrier today and he is looking well. His coat has come in thick and warm and he’s not too fat and not too thin. He is in our winter pen, along with the goat does. This fall we ran out of wire fencing for the expansion of theirContinue reading “Loki and his goat girls”
Lovisa just created this new slideshow with music. Enjoy!