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Mahanaim Farm from camp, AR
Mahanaim Farm

Farm Name: Mahanaim Farm

Year Farm Established: 2005

Location: camp, AR

Years I’ve been farming: 9 years

Animals I raise: On our farm we have 50 plus chickens, americans,ameri- cana turkens,marons,- 50 plus ducks,muscovys,- roens,khakis,
cayugas, 20 some geese toulouse and african grays,

A few hundred quails,cortunix- (it’s canning time), 20 or so doves (white and regular),4 dear peacocks, 12 turkeys all pencliled palms,

more pigeons than I can count without an abacus. A small heard of Nubian and la Mancha Milk goats.

A nice sized herd of Jacob Sheep (Four horns rule, plus they are one of the sheep of the Bible).

A pair of very precious’s pot belly pigs (Kosher and George).

Three very spoiled Horses, one draft, one fox trotter and one paint pinto, with blue eyes(registered stud).

A herd of cats and three wolf dogs.

Plus all the wild animals that eat here with them.


Crops I grow: Htching eggs,Millet, buckwheat, tomotoes,potato- es,corn of all kinds,peppers, zucinni and the like.

Hobbies I enjoy: My farm, fishing..and spending one year of our lives on a blog to share with others our farm and our life. http://mahanaim- -farm.blogspot. com/2011/01/day- -two-of-365-hor- se-down.html

Club/Associations memberships: 4-h and ffa

The proudest moment on my farm: Birth of our first bred on the farm jacob sheep.

Pets: us....

Farm Motto: Creating a future from the past


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  Hi!
Love the picture and I also love jacob sheep! I have a ram that could be a twin to the sheep in your picture. Raised him from a baby and he is still a big baby! Sounds like you have a great farm and most importantly that you enjoy it...that's great! Hope you have a great summer.

Jane, Hillsdale, MI.

06/09/2009 10:40.33 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi
I have never seen a sheep with 4 horns, how cool.

Come visit me, The Chicken Ranch, Goats R Us, DM Cattle company & DeVore Ranch.

06/09/2009 03:49.37 PM Report This Comment  

 



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