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Custom-made, 100% wool blankets

Cozy blankets from MacAusland’s Woolen Mill in Prince Edward Island.

New foal

Look at photos of our newest farm family member.

Bumper sticker Farm Girls

Farm Girls bumper sticker

Stick up for family farms with our new bumper stickers!

Farm Camp dates 2015

Camp dates have been set with four sessions available for 2015!

Camp dates are set!

We have set our farm camp dates for the 2012 year. We know it’s short notice, but we have added a 4 day February School Vacation Week Camp. This will run from Tuesday, February 21 – Friday, February 24, 2012 and campers must be age 8 and up. We really enjoyed the April School Vacation […]

April Vacation Camp Week

April Vacation Camp was wonderful this year. We had a wonderful small group of girls, all returning campers. They did a wonderful job helping me to catalog all of the new baby goats. It was getting hard to keep track of who belonged to who! We handled them daily and they are all quite friendly […]

Goat kids for sale 2011

The Nigerian Dwarf Dairy Goats are all done kidding. What an amazing kidding season. We had a set of twins, 2 sets of triplets, a set of quadruplets and a set of sextuplets! I have put up pictures of all the kids that are for sale. I will try to put up some information about […]

Spring calves and lambs

Both cows have calved. We sadly lost Sherry’s heifer calf. The vet believes the cord broke during delivery and she did not get out quick enough. We convinced her to adopt a jersey bull calf though. She loves her new adopted son! Margo gave birth to another gorgeous heifer calf just 2 weeks later. She […]

2011 lambing has begun

The first lambs arrived on March 3rd, a beautiful set of black twin ewe lambs (females). These were followed friday by another set of twins. This time a black ram lamb and a white ewe lamb. All four lambs are doing well. Many more to come!

Sheep shearing 2011

All 21 sheep were successfully shorn today in preparation for lambing. We shear the sheep prior to lambing for several reasons. 1) When ewes lamb it stresses their bodies and they get a break or weak spot in each wool fiber at that spot. This makes it less desirable to hand spinners. 2) The lambs […]

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