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Here chicken chicken chicken…

Here chicken chicken chicken…

I had wanted to move the coop for some time so that it would be easier to access and since the girls are getting older they could help do the chicken chores without going into the barnyard with the horses. After laying stone where we wanted the coop to go and moving some fence it was time to get the coop rolling into its new home. As I starting digging out from underneath the coop to put the jack under…

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Yoga with lambs and llama

Yoga with lambs and llama

Come for a gentle yoga class with our lambs and llama! Class will be about 1hour with feeding the lambs and llama afterward! Please show up ten minutes early to set up your space. We will have hand sanitizer as well as cleaner. You must bring your own yoga mat. We will be practicing social distancing as well please wear a mask until you are on your mat. Class will be at 90 Moul Rd in Hilton NY 14468 July…

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Yoga!

Yoga!

Come for a gentle yoga class Sunday the 14th at 2pm with our lambs and llama! Class will be about 1hour with feeding the lambs and llama afterward! Please show up ten minutes early to set up your space. We will have hand sanitizer as well as cleaner. You must bring your own yoga mat. We will be practicing social distancing as well. YOU MUST RSVP TO kimberlycacia@gmail.com as their are only 10 spaces available. Cost of class is 25$…

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Who are you?

Who are you?

“Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” ― Dolly Parton Deep down inside I have always known that I am a farm girl at heart.  I have always gravitated to animals since I was young so it is no surprise that as an adult I bought a farm.  Recently I have acquired a new pony that has a few behavioral as well physical problems.  Sassafras or Sass for short is a half Arab half Pinto pony that…

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Bone Broth

Bone Broth

Post Written By Sarah Sweeney Bone broth. If you haven’t heard of it yet, this nutrient packed broth has been gaining popularity in health circles in recent years. The collagen rich liquid can improve chronic inflammation, does wonders for skin, hair and nails, improves joint and bone health and is even known to boost metabolism. Not to mention is highly digestible making it easy for your body to utilize all of the brothy goodness. The magic happens when you simmer…

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Are We There Yet?

Are We There Yet?

Every one can I’m sure imagine that annoying child who asks 300 times if they have arrived at the destination… it’s me I’m that kid. We have reached mid January also known as half way to cabin fever crazy can’t wait until spring time. As I aimlessly scroll through Facebook and see all my fellow sheep farmers have started lambing my farming soul gets itchy. Much to my ewes dismay I start staring at them. The staring is usually followed…

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Tortilla Soup

Tortilla Soup

As a busy farm mom the need for me to have quick easy healthy meals is huge!  Let’s be honest I’m also super cheap so when everyone was getting a Instant Pot I got a electric pressure cooker.  In essence these are in fact the same thing but mine only has three buttons which makes converting recipes sometimes difficult.  Here is a super simple soup recipe for those nights you totally forgot to get anything out for dinner.  I put…

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Yoga With Llamas And Lambs

Yoga With Llamas And Lambs

This past weekend we had our first yoga class here on the farm and it was so much fun! Our class was held outside under our large shade tree while the lambs and llamas grazed around us. I can’t wait until our next class you can get your tickets to reserve your spot here!

My life flashed before my eyes…

My life flashed before my eyes…

I have really loved doing morning chores every morning. Listening to the horses munch on their breakfast, collecting those yummy farm fresh butt nuggets the chickens leave me and greeting my sheep each day. Most days this is the best way to start my day … except today was totally different. There is an order in which things must be done each morning to prevent total mayhem and chaos. First you fill the horse feeders and add their supplements. Next…

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