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Farm News

Our Fainting Goats are listed on the Goat Kids for Sale page.

Turkens or Naked Neck Chickens

SOLD I don’t usually start an article with a link but it is a lot easier than rewriting the information by Wikipedia, and they give such a good description. We have 25 hens and 1 rooster of this breed. First time visitors often exclaim that there is a hurt chicken. We point out that we […]

Tidbits and Thumbnails

Puppies Puppies are growing quickly and go for their 6-week check up in a few days. All have been spoken for but I know two other farmers that had Great Pyrenees and they have a few left of their litters. We will be putting all the pups out with adults to let them become accustomed […]

Lambs, Kids, Chicks and Puppies. . . . . . . .

. . . . . . wow, got these first words on paper. Now there is no stopping. So much to write about here at the farm. Lambs Lambs started arriving in January. Not as many this year as we would like but those out there are growing fast and furious. Next week we will […]

Guineas and Keets

Each morning we are greeted with guineas lined up in rows on the ramp bannisters. Looks like someone called a meeting. Why do we have this unusual flock of birds? They are the ultimate tick repellent that’s why. They eat a good portion of there own body weight each day in insects. Which helps keep […]

Golden Acres Ranch Walkabout

It is 85 degrees and still humid, and it has been a while since we’ve had a good rain. The pastures are crunchy under my step. I remember just a short time ago grumbling about too much rain. The sheep and goat are all better now that the parasite issue is behind us. Wow, was […]

Events Past, Present and Future

Past I did participate in the Turkey Hill Farm Tomato Feastival again this year. We had great weather and it was well attended. That Louise, Herman, family and friends really know how to put on a party. There’s the cake walk, silent auction, potluck dinner and lots of vendors. They always have a Best Tomato […]

Lake Ella Growers Market

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 2001 3:00 PM TO DUSK We will be there with our lamb, goat, jelly, some honey and several dozen eggs. For eggs, we have the pullet for $3.00, medium/large $4.00 and jumbo for $5.00.  Of course, they are not inspected or graded. Our good friends from Apiary Full Moon Honey won’t be […]