Sadly, we need to sell our beautiful herd. Available individually, or a fantastic opportunity as a small established, proven herd for anyone interested in helping preserve this rarest of heritage cattle breeds! Please telephone for quick reply since don’t have internet at home. If we do not answer we will see your number [...]
cold frames dug out of the snow lettuce seedlings that survived through... winter with no heat American Milking Devon bull calf Jasper- Brie's buckling Opal- Brie's doeling we will keep English Shepherd puppies! more puppies [...]
Yep, its official… baby season is here! Cedar the Alpine dairy goat had twin girls on Saturday morning. Colette my milk cow delivered a bull calf on Monday morning. Brie the Nubian/Boer cross goat is due any moment. Ailagh’s puppies and Abigail’s calf will be close on their heels. And then there are [...]
I am starting a new blog feature called “Month in Pictures”. It will be posted at the end of each month. Each post will most likely be wordless, and will feature Krystal's beautiful photography of life on and around the Ranch. We hope you enjoy it!
Heroes come in various shapes and forms. A man, a dog, neighbors, a wood stove. Even one who was once in need of help can become a hero. Birth is such a miracle, conception itself and then the birthing process, which is quite traumatic on its own even when things go right. When they [...]
A quick Google search will result in many homemade udder wash formulations and numerous commercial brands available. I have my own ‘secret formula’ because I prefer non-toxic, all natural products and appreciate making things inexpensively at home. My udder wash is mixed in a 16 oz. spray bottle, which uses less and is easy to [...]
Over the past several years there has been a remarkable increase in the number of women, with a sprinkling of men, maintaining a family milk cow or dairy goats. Wonderfully there are no signs of the trend slowing down either! You can add me to that throng since 2012 marked the beginning of having my [...]