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Darcie's Dilectable Pinzgauers from Bartlett, OH
Darcie's Dilectable Pinzgauers

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Farm Name: Darcie's Dilectable Pinzgauers

Year Farm Established: 2006

Location: Stockport, OH

Years I’ve been farming: 9 years

Animals I raise: Cattle and Ticks

Crops I grow: Weeds and Ticks

Hobbies I enjoy: Picking Ticks out of my hair, gardening, canning, baking.

The proudest moment on my farm: The day Frank was born

Pets: Frank -English Mastiff, Max- Lab Mix and Ed - Cat

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Just wondering how the ticks were doing? And, how is Frank?

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09/13/2010 07:27.34 PM Report This Comment  
  Like your cat and dog. cute.

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08/20/2010 05:21.21 AM Report This Comment  
  Hey there!!!
You have a Mastiff! My puppies were supposed to be Bull Mastiff, they are half Bull/ half Rotty. The older gentleman did get full stock right just to different breeds...yikes! You have reminded me of my camping trips as a child with ticks in my hair...eeeek! I might have to look into those guinne hens and yes I had to google what they were.....hahahaha

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08/03/2010 09:37.14 PM Report This Comment  
  guinne hens
Yes they eat ticks. If you have a chicken coop have you ever had or saw the chickens chase and eat bugs/flies. There are no bugs in the chicken coop but tons in the pen next to them. Think about it? Ticks are also in trees where the ticks are.

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07/28/2010 08:00.10 PM Report This Comment  
My Grandma had a Mastiff, Smokey. He looked just like your Frank!

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07/23/2010 01:20.18 PM Report This Comment  
  Good Morning!
Welcome! What is Frank?

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07/22/2010 08:52.00 AM Report This Comment  
  Nice picture!

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07/22/2010 08:31.58 AM Report This Comment  
Love it when people on here have a sense of humor!

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07/22/2010 03:05.36 AM Report This Comment  
Start raising guinne hens. They are noisy but they will get all your ticks eventually they are great for eating them. I also have had my turkeys get the potato bugs.

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07/21/2010 07:35.17 PM Report This Comment  


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