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The real McCoy farm from hartshorne, OK
The real McCoy farm

Farm Name: The real McCoy farm

Year Farm Established: 2007

Location: Hartshorne, OK

Years I’ve been farming: 6 years

Animals I raise: chickens,guinea- s,and peacocks

Crops I grow: tomatoes,potato- es,strawberries- ,cucumbers,okra- ,and squash

Hobbies I enjoy: hunting,fishing- ,and watching my chickens

Club/Associations memberships: FFA

The proudest moment on my farm: when my chickens laid their first eggs

Pets: a dog named chip and a cat named shiloh

Farm Motto: with God all things are possible


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  I LOVE your motto!

Maria, Woodsfield, OH.

11/27/2010 12:38.14 PM Report This Comment  
  chickens
Hi,

I live in CA. What kind of chickens do you have? I have Campines. Its true : With God all things are possible!

Come visit me, My Dream Farm & Redmond's Rare Poultry Roost.

01/27/2010 12:38.25 PM Report This Comment  
  Responding
Hi! We have a variety of chickens right now. We used to have approx 50 layers obviously for our personal consumption. However, my youngest is 10 and he decided he wanted to show poultry in the fair. I flock was diminishing slowly by predators anyway so we began buying for him to show and of course we consume the eggs. We have Plymouth Rock (white), Leghorns (white), Rhode Island Reds, Buff Orpington (tan), Barred Rocks and Wyandottes (blue&silver). He also shows water fowl and has placed very well the last two years.

Come visit me, McAninch Family Farm.

09/17/2009 09:31.23 AM Report This Comment  
  Responding about chicken shows
Hi!! We haven't ever showed our chickens. I don't know of any chicken shows either. If I come across any then I will let you know though!! =) Have a blessed day.

Come visit me, Leaning Tree Farm.

09/05/2009 05:49.55 AM Report This Comment  
  Responding
Hi! We have 10 Black Australorps (9 hens and 1 rooster), 10 Araucanas/Americanas (all hens), 5 Delawares (all hens), 5 Partridage Rocks (4 hens and 1 rooster), and 1 White crested black polish rooster.

We were offered two peacocks, but I turned them down. I think the neighbors are up to their eyeballs in farm animals right now. :)We live in the city on a half acre. And I agree. With God all things are possible!

If you want please visit my blog: www.livedhappily.blogspot.com

Come visit me, Lived Happily Urban Farm.

08/26/2009 08:14.43 AM Report This Comment  
  Responding
We have Black Australorps, Easter Eggers and Cuckoo Marans for chickens. So our egg colors are blue, green lt. brown and a nice chocolate brown. I had 8 Buff Orpington hens(2 of which hatched out about 10 chicks each). I gave them to a friend of my hubby whose hens were getting too old to lay. Love the Buffs but they love going broody!

Come visit me, Little Piece O Heaven.

08/17/2009 06:44.45 AM Report This Comment  
  From Pink
Hey! I had to look up to see where Hartsorne was. =) Nice to see a fellow okie!

Come visit me, Leaning Tree Farm.

08/14/2009 07:17.04 PM Report This Comment  
  Responding
Hey!
Thanks for the nice comment. I like your blog as well. My grandfather had a bunch of guineas around when I was young.
Nice pic of the family too!

Steve :)

Come visit me, Blair's Basic Family Farm & Ranch.

08/08/2009 06:45.02 AM Report This Comment  
  I look forward to seein your pictures! I'm enjoying "meeting" so many new people and seeing their homes!

Come visit me, Shimmering Hill.

08/07/2009 12:43.53 PM Report This Comment  
  hen house
right now im working on a henhouse for my chickens.All i have is a makeshift chicken house made from a dog kennel and chicken wire.I got some new hens a couple weeks ago they havent started laying yet but they could start anytime i have leghorns,barred rocks,rhode island reds,and a banty.I also have some guineas and peacocks.A couple of weeks ago i caught a chicken i dont know whose it is but it jus came walking out of the woods. i live on a wooded hill and its hard for chicken hawks to get my chickens.

Come visit me, The real McCoy farm.

08/07/2009 09:11.49 AM Report This Comment  
  ive been trying to get pics of my farm

Come visit me, The real McCoy farm.

08/07/2009 05:47.56 AM Report This Comment  

 



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