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Lazy A Ranch from Darlington, ID
Lazy A Ranch

Farm Name: Lazy A Ranch

Year Farm Established: 1999

Years I’ve been farming: 14 years

Animals I raise: Nubian Goats
Angora Goats
Boar Goats
Chickens
Horses
Mules
Donkeys
Cows
Alpacas


Crops I grow: Alfalfa Hay

Hobbies I enjoy: I am learning to spin the fiber on my goats and alpacas. I am also learning how to make cheese and other products from my goats milk. I am going to learn how to knit and crochet this winter. I enjoy the study of herbs. I just love the whole farm life.

Pets: 1 Cat and 1 dog

Farm Motto: You cant change others, the only one that you can change is yourself. Change yourself and others around you will change.


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  Hi
Sorry I have been so busy I didnt realize so much time had gone by since I last logged in. I am just learning how to spin but I love it. I have everyone sheared as of today and most of the fiber from last fall, this spring cleaned now I just have to card it. I am really excited to make hats, socks, slippers, gloves and other things.

I have made some cheeses from my goats milk. Mostly I have made yogurt and I just drink it. What kind of goats and sheep do you have?

Come visit me, Lazy A Ranch.

10/11/2010 09:46.33 AM Report This Comment  
  Welcome!
Nothing lazy about your picture!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

09/18/2010 03:37.35 PM Report This Comment  
  Welcome
I would love to know how to spin the wool from my sheep. I have been looking up information on how to make cheese from our goats and sheep milk.I also enjoy crocheting,If you want to learn crocheting I would be more then happy to help. It sounds like we have alot in common.

Come visit me, Guidedreins.

09/16/2010 05:25.29 PM Report This Comment  

 



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