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Farm Name: JD Acres

Year Farm Established: 2010

Location: Carpenter, WY

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: None yet. However, I dream of having horses, cows, chickens and alpacas.

Crops I grow: None yet. But I want to have organic crops.

Hobbies I enjoy: Crafting, Jewelry making, Beading, Cooking, Graphic Design, Reading, Crocheting, and Sewing.

Pets: I have a Black Lab (Harley), and two cats,(Eddie & Figero).

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  Welcome and thanks for visiting my farm. I hope you get the chance to have horses someday because they are great!

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03/09/2011 09:32.12 AM Report This Comment  
Beautiful winter picture. Enjoy your farm.

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01/16/2011 11:40.37 AM Report This Comment  
  Thank you for the welcome!
I love the beautiful snowy picture and of course the one with the adorable pooch. You are almost a neighbor, we are in Colorado. :) Thank you for the comments.

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01/12/2011 07:27.19 PM Report This Comment  
Thanks for visiting, love the winter picture

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01/02/2011 04:59.33 AM Report This Comment  
  Thank you for visiting my farm,beautiful pic.How big is your farm? I see you like crocheting and sewing me too. I would like to hear more about your ideas.Guidedreins

Come visit me, Guidedreins.

09/01/2010 09:57.28 PM Report This Comment  
  Thank you for visiting my farm. Please understand that I was were you are 2 years ago, eager to start but not quite there yet. I totally understand. Today, we are not much better, but we've made some stride. Our gang has just multiplied. Two of our goats have given birth. The first was born on the 26th of april and twin were born today. What a feeling. I never could have imagined how this would feel.

As for Llamas, I think Llama are the coolest. I never would have believed how much I love having a Llama. He is the greatest! Thank again for visiting. I will post pix of babies very soon if you are interested.


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04/29/2010 09:12.41 PM Report This Comment  
  We have added ducks to our farm! We have four Muscovies and are raising six Indian Runners. We hope to eventually keep our pasture slug -free for the llamas with these ducks. We have really enjoyed them and the llamas find them very interesting too!

Come visit me, Tyfton Acres.

04/24/2010 05:48.47 PM Report This Comment  
I want to hear more about your farm...what other plans do you have?

Come visit me, My Wyoming Home, Santa Sara Ranch, WyoCowgirl's Santa Sara Ranch & Santa Sara Ranch (Coming Soon).

04/19/2010 03:11.31 AM Report This Comment  
  Good to hear that you are interested in llamas for your farm. They are the most interesting animals that we have ever had the pleasure to work with. I fell in love with a beautiful white yearling at our local county fair a few years ago and we bought two of his sons last summer. They were not the quality that we were looking for so we sold one for a fiber animal and one went to guard a sheep ranch. We have three of the most beautiful females that we have ever seen and we are getting our new herdsire the week after Easter. The girls are so much fun to watch. They each have distinct personalities and are each favorites of different members of our family. They are easy keepers and pretty much take care of themselves. You also don't need a lot of pasture, they are easy on fences, easy to clean up after (their poop is wonderful fertilizer and won't burn your plants)and the fiber can be used for many things. We are planning to take ours into schools and retirement homes soon. We would recommend that you get the best that you can afford in the beginning and not compromise because you can end up disappointed if the animals have not been handled and worked with. Just do the research. If we can help, let us know. Ann and Charles at Tyfton Acres

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03/21/2010 08:12.02 PM Report This Comment  
I think you'll have a blast when you get your first chickens. They're our evening entertainment!

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03/17/2010 06:33.36 PM Report This Comment  
  Great Picture
Looks like a place I know in Kansas.

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03/09/2010 02:06.31 AM Report This Comment  
beautiful pic!

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03/08/2010 08:40.24 PM Report This Comment  
  where is your farm located?

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03/08/2010 08:22.42 PM Report This Comment  
  welcome to hobby farms.

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03/07/2010 01:24.52 PM Report This Comment  
  That's a great picture
Are you my neighbor??????????Welcome to Hobby Farm. Look at my farm and you can get some ideas....and add more info about your farm to be.

Come visit me, My Wyoming Home, Santa Sara Ranch, WyoCowgirl's Santa Sara Ranch & Santa Sara Ranch (Coming Soon).

03/07/2010 12:57.03 PM Report This Comment  

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