Wednesday, May 22, 2013
She came to us in April, during a snowstorm.
I think she may have been a drop off
as she would have had to travel over 3/4 of a mile
from any near neighbor to find us.
I brought her in and fed her.
She was miscarrying.
She is only 6 months old.
She spent a few days at the vet hospital.
She is fine now and is the most loving cat I have ever been around.
She fits in well at the farm.
And we think she is the absolute bees knees.
On another note,
Nyla and Willow are still up to their shenanigans.
Nyla: You better stop staring at me or
I might just slap you up side the head.
I mean it! Stop staring.
Willow: I'm not doing anything mom. It's him not me.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
Thursday, May 16, 2013
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Please join me in welcoming
Liam and Barley
to Sprout N Wings Farm.
Barley is a registered Olde English Southdown Baby Doll Miniature (ewe) Lamb
and Liam is her wethered brother.
Aren't they just the cutest little lawn mowers you have ever laid eyes on?
I am SO in love with them.
Monday, May 13, 2013
When baby goats are born
first second thing goat owners do
(after making sure the baby is okay)
is check for testicles or the lack of them.
Now, I don't know what I saw or thought I saw
when looking at this little runt who almost didn't make it
but for the past weeks, I have considered it a boy.
In fact, I almost gave him to Mary Ann and Keith
but had second thoughts because he was the runt and
I didn't know how he would hold up under the stress of
leaving mamma at only a few weeks old.
Can you imagine my embarrassment
if it would have taken Mary Ann's vet
to tell us she would not be able to
wether this particular goat?
Well, much to my chagrin
SHE is a girl.
Sunday, May 12, 2013
Friday, May 10, 2013
I let the baby geese out.
It was time to see who wanted to take care of them
Moab won out.
They are a handful to keep track of
but he does a superb job,
and they couldn't be happier.
has an eye on them.
p.s. the dandelions are here : )