Here we go again. Baby turkey hatching!
Hey everyone! We have eggs again!
$4/dozen . Pick up available at the farm, in warrenton or at our drop spot in snow hill subdivision (dc side) of warrenton.
Video for attention ;)
Sweet girl taking a nap on Hunter during school.
Chickens are part velociraptor !
"Grouchy eye" was giving us the business today about collecting eggs today.
I can't put it into words how much we all appreciate the prayers and searching that you all have done to help us find our girl,Rosie. This has been such an emotional ride for us. A piece of our hearts is still missing.
We will never give up hope and will never stop searching.
This morning, we had yet another fox attack and I sat up at the chicken coop thinking "If only Rosie was here!"
We ALL miss you Rosie (even the chickens and goats) and can't wait to see your silly smiling face again.
If you give a chicken a pumpkin....more will come.
We miss you sweet Rosie. The farm
is just not the same without you ;(
478-397-8936 if you see her.
Wherever our sweet girl is, we will get her back. I just know in my heart she is close enough by and maybe after this snow tonight, we will
Have a sighting and I'll have some fresh tracks that I can follow.
For all those worried, the Great Pyrenees LOVE the snow and if ever there was a dog built to survive being in it, a GP is the one.
I included a little video of Rosie when the snow started a few weeks ago playing with our border collies. Just seeing the video breaks my heart...we miss her so very much and just want her home.
The babies are having a good time stretching their jump sticks .
Rosie would just love this. Wish she were here to watch over them ;(
A week old and already riding his mamas back!
Dogs were out playing yesterday!
Getting the feel for their jump sticks ;)
A few of the girls figured out we had pumpkins over on this side. I love watching them scurry over.
Chicken little wanted to say hi and let everyone know how happy she is.
Chicken treat! Fresh watermelon from our garden.
We have a new baby this morning .
Young layers after being let out for breakfast . We have named the tractor .... "The Eggplant"