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Brown Bear Farms ** MOVING** from Havana, FL
Brown Bear Farms ** MOVING**

Farm Name: Brown Bear Farms ** MOVING**

Year Farm Established: 2009

Location: Havana, FL

Years I’ve been farming: 6 years

Animals I raise: Pygmy Goats, Red Island Reds, soon to start turkey and quail.

Crops I grow: tomatoe, squash, peppers (Jalapeno, Cayanne, Banana, California Bell)

Hobbies I enjoy: Hunting, fishing, tending to my animals,

The proudest moment on my farm: First egg layed.

Pets: Lab named Jackson, 2 Cats, 2 bunnies.

Farm Motto: Its the simple things in life

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My mother's maiden name was Brown. We used to go camping, but, at the first sighting, or story of bear in the area, she'd have us packed up, and moved elsewhere! No bears for her!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

09/29/2010 09:54.29 AM Report This Comment  
  From what we were told that the bourbon are easy to raise.

Our son had 8 gunieas and I told him if turkerys were as hard as the gunieas to keep alive. I did not have the heart to fool with them.

Due to blackhead that the turkerys can get from the chickens, we would have to keep them on the other side of the property, well away from the roaming hens.

Son is talking about showing goats next school year. I told him we had to finish this school year first.

I think I have the 10 chickens he wants to get read of sold. But won't cross that bridge until they come and pick them up.

P2 (son) doesn't have high hopes for the egss in the incubator. He had to rescue them from the hen that was breaking them. I told him that she knew whether they were good or not. But these eggs came from another flock that he was trying to incubate. She incuabted other eggs before and today is the 21st day in the incubator and no sign of life in the eggs. We don't candle, so if no break outs by Saturday, they will be buried in the garden with a pray.

Come visit me, The Homestead.

09/16/2010 07:37.18 AM Report This Comment  
  What kind of turkeys will you all go with?

Come visit me, The Homestead.

09/14/2010 11:13.52 AM Report This Comment  
I like your story!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

09/13/2010 12:40.21 PM Report This Comment  
  nice pic

Come visit me, Paulus farm.

09/13/2010 07:23.18 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome! Nice picture!

Come visit me, Grandma's Farm, Tibbs Farm, Allen's Farm & FFA SAE (supervised agricultural experience).

09/12/2010 08:38.38 AM Report This Comment  
How did you get your name? I like your picture!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

09/11/2010 05:39.40 PM Report This Comment  


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