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Hearty Egg Nest Farm from Oroville, CA
Hearty Egg Nest Farm

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Farm Name: Hearty Egg Nest Farm

Year Farm Established: 2000

Location: Oroville, CA

Years I’ve been farming: 15 years

Animals I raise: Chickens, sheep, 2 goat, a cat and a few wonderful dogs. If I had more land I would have many more animals.

Crops I grow: Just the small time garden so far.

Hobbies I enjoy: I am an artist so alot of crafts. I collect the coke cola bears, key chains and books. Working with wood is my newest enjoyment.

The proudest moment on my farm: When babies are hatching or being born, that is the moment of pride.

Pets: Sassey, Buddy, Sheila, TJ, Leo, Kasey, Bocephus, Kimi, Nascar, and Coco are my dogs. Tom my cat. Hank my Emu, Baylee my Pigmy goat. Rocket is my rabbit,and Maggie my sheep.

Farm Motto: To not miss even the simplest and tinyest enjoyment that is offered in life.

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  Thanks for your response
I am so intrigued with emus. I would like to have one and I think only one, but then would it be lonesome? What kind of housing do you have for yours? They get to be pretty big. Do yours just free roam? Will they tend to wander if not properly fenced in? Please tell me more

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01/25/2012 10:28.58 AM Report This Comment  
  Beautiful Farm
Your farm is beautiful

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01/24/2012 12:06.56 PM Report This Comment  
I totally agree on the expense of fencing! We are limited on what we can have for the same reason. but the up side is the fact that doing it from scratch gives the ability to have the fencing as we want it and not have to modify what someone else had.
What kind of goats do you raise?
You have Emus....are they easy to have or high maintainance? Can they be witht he goats?

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01/24/2012 12:05.25 PM Report This Comment  
  Love your animals
You mentioned that youo have Wyandottes. I am thinking of getting a few. Are they docile and friendly or aloof?
What breeds do you find the firendliest? Our Plymouth rocks are the friendliest of all the others
You also raise goats? how long have you done that?

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01/20/2012 08:55.42 PM Report This Comment  
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  I love all of your animals.

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06/21/2009 09:18.50 AM Report This Comment  
  Great Pictures
I like how the dog is right next to the sheep and chickens and they don't seem to mind at all. How wonderful.

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06/21/2009 04:59.10 AM Report This Comment  
It seems like they all get along, thats great.

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