I have an adorable goat in jammies running around my house. We found her one cold morning last week while doing chores. Sadly, her twin brother died at birth and her mother rejected her. I will bottle feed her for two months. Meanwhile, she gets primo accommodation.
We are ramping up for the Spring season! Instead of hatching my own this year, I ordered a batch of chicks for my new laying flock this year. It will take 6 months for these to start laying eggs. Once they do, we can expect 30 eggs laid per day!
Last week while preparing for the Hurricane that thankfully, missed us here in FL, I had the pleasure of relocating our guard goose, Doofus. He comes complete with nasty tongue teeth, but he doesn’t even need those. Please watch as he twists my tender flesh with impunity.
I just wanted to make some of the evening chores just a bit faster. Every time I let the turkeys out to free range, I have to carry one or all back into the pen. These birds are well over 20lbs each, the Tom, Carl, being the heaviest. Carl, is a docile guy. He loves…
New fuzzy things to love here at Funny Farm Acres! It’s gone great. Things I’ve learned so far: They don’t stink… yet. They like to taste test clothes and hair. Goats love treats. Goats will climb your entire body to reach treats. These goats s are not fond of dogs. Their hackles raise when alarmed.…
Do you ever wonder why we have so many food recalls?
Do you trust the food that you buy?
It was love at first sight! This tiny baby and her Mom will be coming to their new home this week.