Lambing and calving

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March has been very busy. We have our first 2 lowline calves, a heifer named Luna and a bull named Mr. DiDonna. Both Sherry and Margo are wonderful mothers. We have 14 lambs so far, mostly twins, a big, healthy set of triplets and a few singles from some first time moms. The ducks and chickens have started laying eggs, and the goats are heavy with kids. The lap blankets are back from the mill and they are gorgeous! I have many colors available. We will have the PayPal option up and running soon for those that would like to purchase one online and have it mailed to them. Here are some photos to enjoy from the new additions.

Lowline calves Luna and Mr. DiDonna

Lowline heifer calf Luna

Lowline Bull calf Mr. DiDonna

Mr. DiDonna on the move

Sherry and Luna

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Chasing chickens

How goats use a round bale feeder

Farm Camp 2022 registration is now open

Sign up for Little Brook Farm Camp now – there are four weeks of camp and as usual, it’s first-come-first-serve! Visit the camp page to sign up.

It’s not too late to get one of our blankets!

Winter is still here and it’s not too late to get one (or two) of our cozy Blessing Blankets made on Prince Edward Island from wool provided by the happy sheep from Little Brook Farm.

Farm-raised turkeys

Order a home-grown, free-range bird, from 15 to 30 pounds, available in September-October.