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Farm Name: Dimmerling Farm

Year Farm Established: 2010

Location: East Canton, OH

Years I’ve been farming: 4 years

Animals I raise: Beef cattle and laying hens

Crops I grow: hay, peas, sweet corn, tomatoes, variety of peppers, watermelons, potatoes, strawberries, elederberries, onions, variety of squashes, beets,cucumbers (both large and for pickling) and cabbage.... and hundreds of mammoth sunflowers!!

Hobbies I enjoy: a very serious gardener. I take great pride in my canning and hope before this year is out I can start selling it.

Club/Associations memberships: Farm Bureau

The proudest moment on my farm: The day I knew I could make a difference. I could become a farmer. That was huge for me, being raised a city girl and all.

Pets: two collie/lab mix dogs, one cat, three ducks, and a couple fish.

Farm Motto: Get it DONE today,because tomorrow might never come.


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  Hi!
Well, my pullets will be going into the hen house next month. The pig pen should be up in the next week or so, but I'm not sure when the piglets will come.

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

09/12/2010 01:36.22 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello
Thanks for stopping by. I'm so new to this site. I just love your cattle. I can't wait until we are ready to get some, right now it's just the hens here. I loved looking at your pictures.

Come visit me, Gentle Hearth Farm.

08/16/2010 05:15.29 PM Report This Comment  
  We had a barn that old too, but during Hurricane Katerina she worked on that old barn until it gave up. Only the corner post stood tall and then the wind/rain picked up my husband great grand father's house and moved it to the east. P2 was 4 at the time and was in the middle of a melt down when he heard the tress falling. It was a bad time for everything. Once we got power back and GAS at the gas station, we ran to Lowes and got pilars for the house and extended the water/gas lines. It was a very sad day to see the old barn up in flames, but it saved our house. Once the barn fell like I said the house was shifted but we had a roof until the barn went then the shingles/tar paper was taken off as the house was shifted to the east.

P2 enjoys all his animals and now is getting in the grove of picking his chickens to sell, so he can make room for more in March. Got to keep the flock fresh Ma!

Hope you all have a great weekened.

Come visit me, The Homestead.

08/13/2010 07:02.46 AM Report This Comment  
  Well if I can get our son to settle on a price to sell his only two white chickens left in his flock we can get ride of that problem...LOL...

Our son is trying to convince his grandfather to get some black baldies, but that's been an on going battle between the two.

P2 (son) said you all sure do have one FINE looking red barn.

So how many chickens do you all have?

Have a great day.

Come visit me, The Homestead.

08/12/2010 01:43.19 PM Report This Comment  
  How do you keep your white chickens that white. Dovey our Ideal (something in another) isn't white anymore after she found the Mississippi Red Clay.

Come visit me, The Homestead.

08/11/2010 08:17.31 AM Report This Comment  
  greetings
welcome
gardening is our first passion
lots of firsts this year
just finished pickling our second round of beets, makink beet borscht
doing pickles later this week
1st year raising chickens, love it
tell me more about your canning experiences; we are just learning

Come visit me, on the farm.

08/11/2010 07:43.48 AM Report This Comment  
  Rabbits
I'd be happy to answer any questions you have about rabbits - they are one of my favorite subjects! Beth

Come visit me, Bentwillow Bunnies & Pittsboro Peafowl.

08/11/2010 05:01.35 AM Report This Comment  
  Love all your pictures!!!! Welcome

Come visit me, Adam's Place.

08/10/2010 06:28.19 PM Report This Comment  
  hello
welocmr to hobby farms and good luck.

Come visit me, The Chicken Ranch, Goats R Us, DM Cattle company & DeVore Ranch.

08/10/2010 06:10.38 AM Report This Comment  
  Good Morning
Good Luck on your farm. From, another former city girl.

Come visit me, Bentwillow Bunnies & Pittsboro Peafowl.

08/10/2010 05:06.23 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome!
I like your pictures and your motto. That's a hard concept to teach. Get it done todsy, you don't know what's going to happen tomorrow!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

08/09/2010 11:57.34 PM Report This Comment  

 



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