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Farm Name: Papaws Acre

Year Farm Established: 2009

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: Cows,Goats and Chickens

Crops I grow: Corn and Tomatoes

The proudest moment on my farm: Watching the baby goats the first days after birth.

Pets: 2 Boxers 1 English Bulldog 4 Chihuahas

Farm Motto: To enjoy every day


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  Welcome!
Really enjoyed your pictures.

Come visit me, JD Acres & OM on the Range.

01/07/2011 10:22.15 AM Report This Comment  
  I do like your farm name
I am born Alaskan native and grew up with Aurora Borialis so we named our farm Northern Lights Farm. What kind of goats to you have? I got two nubian in Nov 09 when they were 9 months old. The farmer said don't breed them till over 1 year old, well Matanuska had baby Klutina 4 months later. Mendenhall is my other adult. After Klutina's birth I milked Mat for 7 months, now the two adults will get bred to a boar. I hope to raise some goat meat. And produce more cheese with two milking next. We also have cows and chickens, young girl cows are Limosine and two calfed this past October. My veg garden had 26 rows and my husband's garden had pepers tomatoes pumpkins melons and boc choy, tomatillos grew wild. Hope to put more in the freezer than last year, and learn how to better freeze our corn.

Come visit me, Northern Lights Farm.

01/07/2011 08:19.05 AM Report This Comment  

 



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