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The Lazy As* Ranch

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Farm Name: The Lazy As* Ranch

Year Farm Established: 2002

Location: Royston, GA

Years I’ve been farming: 13 years

Animals I raise: Mamoth Donkeys,Chicken- s and Pilgrim geese

Crops I grow: Weeds

Hobbies I enjoy: Blacksmithing

The proudest moment on my farm: Baby donkeys

Pets: 3 dogs [Bear,wishbone & mr moo moo]

Farm Motto: Lead,Follow or get out of the way!

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You have a beautiful farm & animals. I don't have any Pilgrim Geese, but hopefully will get some in the near future. I was gonna order them, but the hatchery said their sold out until next year. Take care and good luck with your farm.

Come visit me, Tommy's BackYard Poultry.

07/04/2009 05:17.25 PM Report This Comment  
  bees and donkeys
they will be ok together I have neighbors that have horses and they dont bother them. When bees go out to forage for food they dont bother people or animals. their objective is to find a nector flow and pollen.
I just tok honey from my hives and i guess it was 10,000 bees arround us and the never bothered us a bit.i got stung a couple of times. but it was my fault because they were in a tight place with my arms moving up and down. other than that honey bees are usually pretty gentle.
Juts to let you know if you are planning to keep bees be prepared for stings because u are going to get stung.I have been keeping bees now for about 6 years now and have had my share of stings. You just have to learn to tolorate it unless you are alergic to bee stings

Come visit me, Possum Hollow.

06/30/2009 06:58.38 PM Report This Comment  
Just wanted to say Love the jackasses. I know u have a lot of love for them

Come visit me, Possum Hollow.

06/29/2009 02:56.33 PM Report This Comment  
I just have to say, and I am sure you have heard it a million times, love the pictures and love that name!

Come visit me, Pumpkin Creek Farm.

06/15/2009 06:42.51 PM Report This Comment  
  Love your donkeys!
The pictures of your donkeys and your farm are wonderful! I keep telling my husband I want to get him a donkey, he is a bit resistant...I'll keep workin' on him!
Can you tell me how to add additional photos to my farm page? Thanks and enjoy your Lazy As*!

Come visit me, MacKenzie Farm.

05/25/2009 09:11.04 AM Report This Comment  
  Hay! I grow weeds also....
Whats a Mamoth Jack Donkey? Is there a differance between them and burros? I know what a Mule is, but what is the differance between donkeys and Burros?

Come visit me, Kangaroo Flats.

05/05/2009 07:41.35 AM Report This Comment  
i love the new name! hehe. anyway, i just saw that picture of ur donkeys grazing in front of the barn and THAT is the NICEST farm i've EVER seen! it looks very well kept, clean, and the donkeys seem healthy. congratulations! *5*

Come visit me, M & J's Crops.

04/30/2009 12:06.55 PM Report This Comment  
  that's cool
thanks for talking to me! nobody ever comments me. haha! the donkeys are cute. i love their long hair. Talk To You Later - TTYL

Come visit me, M & J's Crops.

04/28/2009 09:09.12 AM Report This Comment  
I love your picture of the Donkeys.

They look like they have a good personality.

Come visit me, Edge of the Woods Farm & Farm on Three Oaks Road.

04/27/2009 08:07.23 PM Report This Comment  
Nice photo of your Mammoth Jack Donkeys...they are probably one of my favorite breeds of donkey. Congratulations on the baby donkeys!

Jennifer, Bowling Green, KY.

04/27/2009 02:38.39 PM Report This Comment  
Mammoth donkeys are huge! how big are they when born?

Come visit me, The Urban farm.

04/25/2009 12:16.48 PM Report This Comment  
  How Adorable
That is a great picture.

Come visit me, My Wyoming Home, Santa Sara Ranch, WyoCowgirl's Santa Sara Ranch & Santa Sara Ranch (Coming Soon).

04/25/2009 04:34.42 AM Report This Comment  
I think they are so cute as well. Especially the ears and the expression on the one on the right. It reminds me of Festus from Gunsmoke. That probably really dates me and no one knows what I am referring to. Have a great day.

Jane, Hillsdale, MI.

04/24/2009 10:44.36 PM Report This Comment  
  i love this!
i love that u grow weeds. haha! i love the donkeys. why do u raise donkeys? what do they do that is so important?

Come visit me, M & J's Crops.

04/24/2009 08:30.26 AM Report This Comment  
Awwwww How cute!

Come visit me, The Chicken Ranch, el dorado urban farm & DeVore Ranch.

04/24/2009 07:10.20 AM Report This Comment  


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