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Llama watching over the watch dogs.

Blog: Triton's Farm   -   Monday July 08, 2013   -   By Triton

The experiment that started out with one llama a peahen and three dogs is working out well, who knew. It's pretty incredible. I think the next big thing will be yard llamas. Everyone with an acre or two will want their own llama to watch over their dogs. It's...

A llama a peacock and 3 dogs

Blog: Triton's Farm   -   Monday July 01, 2013   -   By Triton

This week on the farm: A llama, a peacock and 3 dogs, it sounds like the start of a bad joke. I might be, but in this case they are all sharing a pen. The llama is in the dog pen to eat the grass that the dogs are growing, the dogs are locked up to protect...

A Wonderful Harvest To All

Blog: Texas Herb Company& Crafty Threads   -   Wednesday November 23, 2011   -   By Petra

TIme just seems to fly. The harvest is already upon us and finally we are blessed with wonderful fall climate. The sunrise and sunset is just breathtaking every day here on the ranch. Although our harvest is sparse this year because of the drought that we...

Alpaca and Llama cooperative forming!

Blog: At Home in Nature   -   Sunday November 20, 2011   -   By Mary

AGATE, COLORADO - A Fallowfield Alpaca and Llama Cooperative for alpaca and llama farmers and ranchers is being organized that will help members earn more from their animals.  Organizers hope that at the same time they may improve affordability...

Love Isn't Enough

Blog: The Farm at Mollies Branch   -   Tuesday May 24, 2011   -   By Diane

Anyone who loves animals and has lived on a farm with them knows that the cycle of life comes around all too often. That was the case a few days ago when my dear four-year-old llama JoJo came into his stall. For the past several months, I made sure that...

Stories from The Farm at Mollies Branch

Blog: The Farm at Mollies Branch   -   Monday May 23, 2011   -   By Diane

The Farm at Mollies Branch, a no-kill farm in the mountains of North Carolina, has brought one magical experience after another to my life. Some days are mystical, others are joyful. Heart-breaking moments come and go, always leaving a lesson...

Local Fiber Processing Mill - ready to process you...

Blog: Natural Fiber Works of Knox Farms   -   Monday January 31, 2011   -   By Janet

We're a family owned and operated fiber mill located in Southeast Michigan. Our fiber mill is grown from our love of Alpacas and the wonderful fiber they provide. What we do We will take your fiber and turn it into the finished product you desire. We can...

Winter Day in Wisconsin

Blog: Bare Naked Honey Farm   -   Monday December 28, 2009   -   By Mabe

December 28, 2009 A crisp, cold, bright sunny day!  The wind is gusting... sending sheets of snowflakes off the boughs of the balsam firs and into my hair and face.  The air smells so clean and fresh in this cold, and the snowflakes on the...

Hebron Farmers Market

Blog: Hebron Farmers Market   -   Sunday November 01, 2009   -   By Shelly

The 2009 summer harvest season in Connecticut is officially (sadly) over.  With Thanksgiving only a few weeks away, we believe we should express our most heartfelt "Thank You" to The First Congregational Church of Hebron for the...

Wanted To Share

Blog: Breeze Hill Farm   -   Tuesday July 14, 2009   -   By MaLinda

This is a continuation from Monday's bog, kind of. I've included a picture of "Baby", so everyone can see what a sweetie he is. You know, we have many more cats, sheep, goat's, llama, a PB pig and 7 Border Collies, you'd think I'd be too busy to get...

Wishing you the BEST in 2009

Blog: 4 D Acres   -   Saturday January 03, 2009   -   By Mike

4 D Acres would like to wish you a Happy New Year and the BEST in 2009. Life on the farm sure has had its ups and downs - weather wise.  It will be in the 60’s one day and down around zero a couple days later.  Just before Christmas we had a...

Welcome

Blog: Honeysuckle Haven Homespun   -   Sunday December 28, 2008   -   By Lorrie

Welcome to my first blog!  I'm happy to have you in for a visit.  I'd love for you to settle in with a cup of tea and to enjoy yourself, but I'm afraid I'm already tired and can't visit for long.  Since I can't ask you questions yet, I'll tell...

Things I'm thankful for...

Blog: Moonstruck Farm Updates   -   Saturday November 22, 2008   -   By Heather

I am primarily thankful that I live in a place where I have the space and resources to do the things I enjoy and that bring me and my family entertainment, food and peace. I’m thankful, or rather relieved, that our garden growing and market season is...


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