Bountiful Springs Farm

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We raise Icelandic sheep, Nigerian Dwarf goats, and Mini Lop bunnies. We also have mini horses, chickens, geese, and llamas.

You can tell she got tired of all the pictures I was taking
08/06/2020

You can tell she got tired of all the pictures I was taking

Goat Life
07/25/2020

Goat Life

Daisy pretending to be hooman
07/24/2020

Daisy pretending to be hooman

07/22/2020

Every goat for herself

A gorgeous evening on the farm
07/21/2020

A gorgeous evening on the farm

Nurse mommy Mollie
07/01/2020

Nurse mommy Mollie

Pasturebird
05/28/2020

Pasturebird

When we took over this ranch in 2017 it was like stepping into moon dust. After decades of conventional potato farming, your boot would sink 8-12" down into dirt with 0.9% organic matter. Now, 3 years later, you can see the results for yourself. Chickens moving every single day to fresh pasture, cattle, irrigation, seed, sunshine, and time. Zero chemical fertilizer. Today, this farm is quickly moving toward 3% organic matter, which means we're capturing 25 million more gallons of water each year than 3 years ago (before that would have run off), sequestering a lot more carbon in the soil, feeding more animals, purifying and replenishing the water in our aquifers, bringing in a ton of wildlife habitat, and producing nutrient dense pasture raised chicken and beef! This friends is the power of regenerative agriculture. SHARE if this matters to you. Also - anybody know how to estimate carbon capture in soil based off organic matter?

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This pony is having so much fun! 🐴

Credit: Lynne Hamilton via Storyful

Photos from Bountiful Springs Farm's post
05/11/2020

Photos from Bountiful Springs Farm's post

05/10/2020

Finally lowered the trampoline and they love it!

Climate Citizen
05/09/2020

Climate Citizen

05/09/2020
Cracked.com
05/09/2020

Cracked.com

05/08/2020
Jakoba German Shepherds

Jakoba German Shepherds

I guess you could say Kai's always wanted to be a German Shepbird

05/08/2020
05/06/2020
The Dodo

The Dodo

The way these girls play with their new kitten 💚

How many baby goats can you count?
05/06/2020

How many baby goats can you count?

05/04/2020

Nigerian dwarf goats are the best

Sandra Boynton
05/04/2020

Sandra Boynton

#StarWarsDay

The Other 98%
05/03/2020

The Other 98%

04/30/2020

Fun in the garden

04/29/2020
Layla jumped up into a chair and tucked herself in for a nap
04/28/2020

Layla jumped up into a chair and tucked herself in for a nap

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Photos from Bountiful Springs Farm's post
04/26/2020

Photos from Bountiful Springs Farm's post

Photos from Bountiful Springs Farm's post
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Photos from Bountiful Springs Farm's post

04/25/2020
Photoshoot on the stairs today
04/24/2020

Photoshoot on the stairs today

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Round Hill, VA
20141

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(916) 708-6236

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Located in beautiful Loudoun County, Virginia, we raise Nigerian Dwarf goats and Icelandic sheep. We also have mini horses, chickens, and a cow named Tilly.

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I'm so glad you are bringing the cute little goats to The Shenandoah Valley Apple Harvest Festival, Sept 15 & 16 at the Frederick County Fairgrounds!
it is funny because this is where i live, but when i see photos of our farm i am so impressed with it's beauty. usually when i go outside it is to do a specific chore or job and that is what i am concentrating on.