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Farm Name: The Uncertain Ranch

Year Farm Established: 2001

Location: El Morro area, New Mexico, NM

Years I’ve been farming: 12 years

Animals I raise: Horses, Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, Bantom Chickens, the little girl in the pictures(my daughter)lol

Crops I grow: Corn, Squash, Tomatoes, Spinach, Mustard Greens, Snap Beans, Sunflowers, Carrots, small watermelons, small cantalopes,

Hobbies I enjoy: riding, watching ducks play in fresh pools, feeding chickens bits of bread, reading, hiking/explorin- g

Club/Associations memberships: AQHA, APHA, AKC,

The proudest moment on my farm: Getting on our young up and coming colt thats never been ridden before and he did not buck, hop, or jump even once. He acted like it was an everyday thing. He acted like his father(RIP). We were so proud of him.

Pets: Dog: Moses the mastiff, Tilly the beardie, Bors the akita, Jackson the healer, Cat: Kitty Merl the barn cat, and all the animals we raise we consider pets, its a very long list.

Farm Motto: The only thing certain on The Uncertain Ranch is Uncertainty


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  It depends on what you want the goats for. For meat you'll probably want to have Boer goats. There are several dairy breeds - Alpines, La Mancha, Nubian, etc. Besides the use it also depends on space. Since we're urban and wanted meat and dairy we went with African Pygmy goats. A good small dairy goat though is a Nigerian Dwarf. They have a really good feed to milk ratio.

Come visit me, Dog Island Farm.

05/30/2010 07:34.36 AM Report This Comment  
  Thanks for stopping by! It's definitely a labor of love, but it's small scale so it's not too much work (my husband would disagree lol). Your photos are great. Love the ones of your daughter with the horse.

Come visit me, Dog Island Farm.

05/20/2010 02:23.03 PM Report This Comment  
  Great Pictures
I've been to NM once. Sante Fe and Taos. Loved it...rugged and beautiful. I also like your farm motto...so true.

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

05/15/2010 03:32.39 AM Report This Comment  

 



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