Category: Farm Blog

I am NOT a Horse Trader

I write that title as boldly because as I am in the process of selling a horse it STINKS. So, I bought Snowfire, who is featured on the websites image, in March. The problem is that I bought him to be a horse for…

What’s Got You Down Little Ducky?

As many of you readers out there know we have ducks. I love them as much as I can considering they view me as a fire breathing death trap. In the last couple of week though I have had a problem that I can’t…

Irma Recovery

Anyone out there who is married and trying to make a go of hobby farming, you will feel me on this post. So Michael works in utilities and his company sent him to Florida to work on power lines and what not in the…

So Many Things

There are so many things I want to talk about now that I am kind of getting internet back. To keep organized I will make a list -Making weighted sensory items -hurricane Irma strikes -selling horses woes -excitement of a new horse -wait how…

Duck Land

Cooler weather means I have started my projects and I am thrilled. My first project is a new duck pen. Pictures to come. I am wrapping the ducks pen around the outside of my dog fence. They will still have the protection of the…

When is it Time?

I’m often asked why I don’t focus my hobby farm on horses, since I know them best. Horses are tricky to make money from, expensive and time intensive. That’s the short answer. The longer answer is what happened tonight. My husband is a large…

Soft Hearted Farming

When I decided I would be starting a hobby farm with my husband, I knew I had a weakness. I am soft hearted when it comes to animals. I always have been. So as many of you know we ended up with five drakes….