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Farm Name: CFM

Year Farm Established: 2009

Location: Granbury, TX

Years I’ve been farming: 6 years

Animals I raise: Light Brahma Chickens, and several kinds of fish but the fish don't count do they?

Crops I grow: birdhouse gourds

Hobbies I enjoy: Watching my chicks grow, and flowergardening- . My grandchildren and crafts

The proudest moment on my farm: still waiting

Pets: other than the chicks, we have the cats ...PuppyCat, Dilemma, KatCat and Kitten Then there are the dogs ... Mopsie, Doofus, Pyxis, Shepley and LilGirl the parakeets ... Twerp and Happy.

Farm Motto: You either get along or you get along ...

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stoped by to say hi

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02/21/2010 07:14.53 PM Report This Comment  
  Whoopie the cat
09/11/2009 12:53.07 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi CFM
Thanks for commenting on my page! We started rasing Muscovy Ducks this summer, and intend to raise some turkeys next summer...since they can just forage around with our goats in the pasture!

Come visit me, Treesong Farm.

09/07/2009 11:11.45 AM Report This Comment  
  Thx for the visit
Sure fish count! Where I'm from ALL animals are agriculture and I'm glad it's that way with all the laws "cropping" up to try and take them away. I'm still learning lots about chickens so we just have what someone told me is "barnyard junk" lol but they serve their purpose and are fun to watch hatch and grow.

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08/27/2009 04:59.05 AM Report This Comment  
  Thank you
Thanks for your kind comments. Bet that was a sight to see . . . cows with purple tongues!! LOL We have raspberries, blackberries, and some blueberries, too. Next year strawberries in the veggie garden!!! ;o)

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08/26/2009 06:47.14 AM Report This Comment  
  Simons Corner
Thanks for your comments about my farm. I love your pets' names.

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07/15/2009 08:25.50 PM Report This Comment  
Thanks for the comment. Goats certainly are a challange to keep fenced in. It seems like each time I get the fence just right they find a new way out. but they're so cute I really can't get too upset.

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06/16/2009 08:45.28 PM Report This Comment  
  Thank you
Thanks for your comments about our picture. I added some more today. It's a small little farm, but we're proud of it and those fast growing little buggers! We thought the chickens grew fast until we got our two ducklings. Just a word of caution... In your picture it looks as though your fence is just sitting on the ground. I have heard of several stories where predators have dug under a fence and stole some free dinner. We have a lot of foxes up here in Western New York, so my fence is buried at least 4" around the perimeter. It was a pain in the butt, but it does give me some peace of mind. Best of luck to you!

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06/07/2009 08:38.20 PM Report This Comment  
It sounds like you enjoy you land. That's great.

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06/06/2009 07:43.45 PM Report This Comment  
It sounds like you enjoy you land. That's great.

Come visit me, Kangaroo Flats.

06/06/2009 07:40.46 PM Report This Comment  


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