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Drowsy Waters from Gaston, OR
Drowsy Waters

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Farm Name: Drowsy Waters

Year Farm Established: 1999

Location: Gaston, OR

Years I’ve been farming: 16 years

Animals I raise: Katahdin Hair Sheep
Dairy Sheep
Holland Lop Rabbits
Meat Chickens
Layer Chickens
Layer Ducks

Crops I grow: Regular Garden

Hobbies I enjoy: Animal raising and showing, writing, dancing, reading, etc...

Club/Associations memberships: KHSI, USBGA, ARBGA, ARBA, ADGA, HLRSC,

Pets: Dogs and cats

Farm Motto: We focus on breeding hardy production animals that will produce for you!

Visit us for more info at our website or at our blog.

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Granddaughter wants to raise sheep for 4-H. She is 10 years old and just starting. Any suggestions on breeds for starters?

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10/15/2010 09:29.30 PM Report This Comment  
I love your pics. We don't have sheep anymore, but we miss them. Yours are beautiful.

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06/04/2010 09:28.43 PM Report This Comment  
  What kind of ducks do you raise? We have runners (which are too young to lay)and Muscovies which we are letting hatch her eggs so we have not eaten the eggs yet.

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06/01/2010 03:20.58 PM Report This Comment  
  Good Morning
Beautiful animals!

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05/24/2010 05:05.06 AM Report This Comment  
Welcome! I love your pictures. All the animals look so happy. I'm interested in what the duck eggs are like as well. I know they are larger, aren't they supposed to be richer as well?

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05/23/2010 12:50.08 PM Report This Comment  
  The pictures are great! love the barn view

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05/23/2010 11:42.04 AM Report This Comment  
I like your farm name

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05/22/2010 07:33.26 PM Report This Comment  
Welcome to HF's!

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05/22/2010 02:21.15 PM Report This Comment  
  Welcome! I like your picture!

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05/22/2010 08:13.36 AM Report This Comment  
Welcome to Hobby Farms. You have some nice looking sheep! I work for a couple that raise sheep, and they have their hands full with 327 adults and a dozen or so babies!
Is raising ducks easy? I am thinking of getting some, could use some advice, tips, and pointers!

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05/21/2010 08:56.54 PM Report This Comment  
Interesting farm name...

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