Herd Update

Where does the time go? Just a few months ago we were looking at our first baby born here on the farm. Now we are coming into spring and starting all the needed to make the farm better than it was last year. This usually means a lot of fence and pasture work. This...

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Why Highland Cows?

We keep getting asked why we chose to raise highland cows here vs all the other breeds out there. The simple answer is, Diane likes them. While serving in the US Air Force she spent a fair amount of time in Scotland and fell in love with the cows over there. They...

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Rolling Bird Hatchery

Last year we hatched a lot of Guineas the hard way. We were using a borrowed incubator and then moving the chicks in to some large plastic tubs with heat lamps and then moving them in to an old bath tub we had left over after the builders ruined it while trying to...

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Zoe Has Adopted Us

  It's been a while since my last post.  There has been a lot going on since then.  We've had several visitors, cleared more brush, planted and tending a garden (still no water on property so this is more effort than you would think), fenced in a new pasture and...

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Valyn, Goodbye My Old Friend

  On Halloween about twelve and a half years ago one of the greatest dogs ever entered our lives. Valyn was a cross between a Newfoundland and a Great Pyrenees and instantly took over a large part of our hearts and home. As a puppy he was the clumsiest dog in the...

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New pasture fenced in

Sorry for the long delay between updates. Moving and all that really doesn't leave a lot of time for us to do much more than get work done. However, we did just finish fencing off about 5 acres for the horses. They had been on half an acre since we got here around...

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