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Meador Acres Chestnuts from Pelion, SC
Meador Acres Chestnuts

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Farm Name: Meador Acres Chestnuts

Year Farm Established: 2007

Location: Pelion, SC

Years I’ve been farming: 8 years

Animals I raise: We have 3 Rhode Island hens; Gussie, Allie & Lexie and one handsome rooster, Virgil. We adopted and are raising two orphan nurse mare foals that were rescued. One male Tennessee Walker we named Orion "Ladies Man" and one female solid paint named Bella "Beautiful Promise". We have thoroughly enjoyed watching them grow up!

Hobbies I enjoy: We actually invested in Chestnut trees, so we have 20 now of them to go along with our 5 Hickory trees. We irrigated our front field and installed popup sprinkler heads for each tree. Reading,cooking- ,gardening,ridi- ng my tractor for no reason at all, We do alot of side handy man jobs and DIY projects at home. From our brick gas fire pit to our 16x22 back porch we built this past summer. We have now added 10 more Chestnut trees to our property.

Club/Associations memberships: Please visit our website at

www.meadoracres- chestnuts.com

Also find us on Agrilicious.

The proudest moment on my farm: When we got married and I carried Katrina into the house.

Pets: One cat, Jeepers, that occasionally will disappear & eventually come back home!

Farm Motto: A hard day's work never hurt anyone.

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  Thank you for visiting my webpage. I love my emus as well! They are such interesting creatures and so affectionate! We live near the Chestnut Ridge, which is in Westmoreland Co, PA. Unfortunately, the chestnuts were wiped out many years ago by some type of blight. I would love to try and grow some Chestnut trees, but they would become "goat food" to my herd of goats!

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Elk and goats ate alot of plants and trees this year. I think I have the elk figured out with a double fence. And the goats a new pen. So next year we'll be replanting trees and crossing our fingers.

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

09/25/2010 05:09.06 PM Report This Comment  
I like your picture! Wonderful story!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

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