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Farm Name: Boozewoods Farm

Year Farm Established: 2004

Location: Rougemont, NC

Years I’ve been farming: 10 years

Animals I raise: Miniature donkeys, exotic chickens,
Nigerian Dwarf and Nubian Goats, and Ducks


Crops I grow: None (help me start one in raised beds)

Hobbies I enjoy: Sewing

Club/Associations memberships: American Council of Spotted Asses

The proudest moment on my farm: First-born miniature donkey, Puck

Pets: Vixen (rat terrier) and mammoth jennet Rayne

Farm Motto: Guaranteed exercise, therapy, companionship (have you kissed your ass today?)


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  raised garden
I started in raised gardens last year. My Dad and brother have raised gardens for years. I did three last year. all in used 6 inch boards 4x10 ft. I used compost and peatmoss total of 20 qubic feet (2 bags of peet). I had a lot of success, with everything growing good. Guys at work were getting tired of tomatoes, peppers, green beans. This year I have upped to 10 and 12 inch boards. felt that 6 inch dried out too much. will have 4 4x10's 10 in deep, 4 4x10 12 in deep, and 4 5x5 10 inch deep. ( these will be 2 for strawberrys, 1 for watermellon and 1 for canalopes with mellons on a vertical ladders with cloth supporting the mellons). let me know how you do, would like to talk to you about donkeys. C.

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