Category Archives: Farm

That’s All Folks

Our last two puppies found a home today. Thank you again to all our new puppy owners. We love getting feedback on what you’ve named them and updated photos. I think I’ll be setting up a ‘brag’ page on facebook … Continue reading

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Top Two

Black boy and Light Pink girl are the two puppies left as of today, October 27th. They turn 14 weeks old today as well and they’ve had two sets of shots so far. On Sunday, Black weighed 33lbs and Light … Continue reading

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Puppy Update

There are four puppies left. They turned 10 weeks this last Tuesday.  Now that they are getting older we are seeing their personalities emerging. They are also getting individual leash time as we’ve been going out and meeting the farm … Continue reading

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Six Puppies Left

The puppies turned 8 weeks old this last Tuesday. They have all had their first set of shots and are ready for their new homes. We have placed 4 so far and we are hearing great things from the new … Continue reading

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Pups are almost 5 weeks!

Here’s a little gallery of updated puppy photos. If you would like to view the full ad, click this link:  Livestock Guardian Dogs For Sale We also have a video that you can view:  

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Puppy Portraits

female, red, 3 weeks

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Livestock Guardian Dogs For Sale

This is the only litter we will be offering for sale. We have a pair of wonderful, working livestock guardians (featured in the first photo) and we’ve let them have one litter. We have a small farm of sheep, goats, … Continue reading

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The Sting of Failure: What NOT To Do With Bees.

No, I’m not going to apologize for my cheesy title. Is that a back-door way of apologizing? Anyway, failure hurts. It makes me feel sorta stupid and naive. We attended one beekeepers meeting. One. First lesson:  Don’t get bees if … Continue reading

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Our First Lambs

Our Icelandic ewe, Nidi,  had twins yesterday afternoon. (This is a gallery so if you want to see the pictures larger just click on them.)

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Nina’s Birth Story

It’s almost been a month since this year’s kids were born. February was literally a blur. I had vertigo writing out the March calendar on the dry erase board when I came to the end and had to write “April 1, 2, … Continue reading

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