Small Hobby Farm in Rural Missouri
Kim, the last of our goats has finally given birth to twins to end the lambing and kidding season. No more middle of the night checking for babies. Now it … Continue reading
We waited till the middle of March to have our baby goats (kids) so it would be a little bit warmer . . . I think it was warmer in … Continue reading
Here’s Mattie, our beautiful indoor Tabby. I just thought it was a good shot when she wasn’t being grumplestiltskin. Just kidding, she is a sweetie.
This is Tilley the turkey. She has been hanging around the barnyard for about 5 years now. She just starting laying her prized eggs once again. The chefs love these eggs to … Continue reading
For the last week there has been a steady stream of lambs being born. The lambing jugs where we put the girls to give birth have had revolving doors. As soon … Continue reading
Check out how fast the lambs are growing. Look how gorgeous Johnny is, he has started fanning his beautiful feathers. I should be able to get a shot soon and … Continue reading
Well, it took a long time to have our first baby bunnies, born on January 1st. Now our red bunny has had her first litter a couple days ago. Our … Continue reading
Here are just few pictures taken lately around the farm.
Keeper had beautiful twin girls last week. Thank god it was a nice day. Baby goats don’t do very well in cold weather. Hence the reson we normally wait till … Continue reading