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Farm on Three Oaks Road from Three Oaks, MI
Farm on Three Oaks Road

Farm Name: Farm on Three Oaks Road

Year Farm Established: 1983

Location: Three Oaks, MI

Years I’ve been farming: 32 years

Animals I raise: Chickens, ducks, turkeys, horses, and soon to be goats

Crops I grow: everything you can think of!
Getting a green house this year and hoping to extend the season.

Hobbies I enjoy: Sewing, cooking, woodworking, gardening, camping, nature walking

Club/Associations memberships: 4-H, American quater horse assoc.,

The proudest moment on my farm: Watching the first cow/horse/chick- en/duck born

Pets: Dog, cats, turkey, chickens

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don't really have a problem with the deer they may bite but it is more with the squash but you have to give and take with mother nature plus i like watching them in my fields and i also hunt them and i figure if i have a lot of crop damage i will have good hunting

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02/18/2011 12:43.21 PM Report This Comment  
  Well, in that case I wouldn't worry so much about shearing them soon (ish). Have a great weekend.

Come visit me, CSE.

01/29/2011 09:06.12 PM Report This Comment  
  Hm, I kept them in a more temperate climate but I would have to say that in my experience we sheared them shortly before they would naturally lose their hair and that would in spring. So, in that case, they would have short coats anyway! They are hardy animals but I do recommend a shelter if you shear them and then have freezing snowy weather.

Come visit me, CSE.

01/26/2011 10:43.51 PM Report This Comment  
  Yes, I have had angoras. What are you concerns for keeping them in the midwest?

Come visit me, CSE.

01/25/2011 11:08.51 PM Report This Comment  
  What breed of goats are your getting? I would love to have a greenhouse- did you buy it or build it? I love your picture!

Come visit me, Icthus Ranch.

10/31/2010 08:06.45 PM Report This Comment  
  Guinne hens really eat ticks??

Come visit me, Darcie's Dilectable Pinzgauers.

07/26/2010 09:41.44 AM Report This Comment  
My sheep are getting ready to lamb. Hoping for my first babies within the next week. I am so excited.

Come visit me, So Blessed Farm.

03/14/2010 07:33.08 AM Report This Comment  
Thanks for the warm welcome! Actually my sheep are hair sheep so they don't give wool. They are a meat sheep and also used for maintaining grass ares that are hard to get to for mowing. Mine do a wonderful job. You are so right about the Aussies. My little girl took to herding right away. The sheep keep her busy but she enjoys making sure the horses "stay in" the pasture and the ducks stay together. She is still a pup 11 months and loves to run through a flock of chickens scattering them all over. What type and breed of goats are you looking at? I am interested in them too. I am wanting dairy goats.

Come visit me, So Blessed Farm.

02/06/2010 06:16.26 AM Report This Comment  
  Good morning. Do you keep your chickens together or in different pens? What breed of goats will you all go with. Have a safe weekend.

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11/06/2009 04:34.40 AM Report This Comment  
  aspargus picking time
My grandson loves to pick it every spring and he eats it right then as fresh as you can get it.

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11/05/2009 05:58.07 PM Report This Comment  


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