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Seahorse Ranch from Moss Landing, CA
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Farm Name: Seahorse Ranch

Year Farm Established: 2008

Location: Moss Landing, CA

Years I’ve been farming: 7 years

Animals I raise: Horses and Chickens

Crops I grow: Garden Vegetables

Hobbies I enjoy: Horses and Trail Riding

Club/Associations memberships: American Quarter Horse Assn.
California Farm Bureau

The proudest moment on my farm: Completely remodeling our home, outbuildings and grounds.

Pets: Duke- 20 year old gelding
Bubba- 22 year old gelding
Sam- Female Yellow Lab
Spanky-Orange Tabby Cat
Molly- Female Cat
11 Chickens

Farm Motto: To live, love and laugh.

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  Thanks You have a very nice place. Do you live near the beach? We take our horses to Cape Cod Mass. and ride them on the beach its wonderful!

Come visit me, Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo.

03/08/2011 06:14.21 AM Report This Comment  
  Beautiful area...spring most of the time.

Come visit me, Tyfton Acres.

03/06/2011 04:04.22 PM Report This Comment  
Beautiful place. How much land do you have? I love the fence but don't think it's a possiblity with 40 acres...way too costly.

Come visit me, My Wyoming Home, Santa Sara Ranch, WyoCowgirl's Santa Sara Ranch & Santa Sara Ranch (Coming Soon).

03/06/2011 05:29.08 AM Report This Comment  
  Gardening on the Central Coast of California.
We orginally came from the Central Valley of Calif. and it had the typical seasons with hot summers. I would start my vegies early and with irrigation througout the summer would have a large bounty.

I am still learning weather here and what to plant when. We have an average temp in the 60's, but in June and July we have coastal fog, we call "June Gloom". We do get some frost in Dec-Feb and we even had some snow(a light dusting) last weekend which is highly unusual. Would love to hear from other Central Coast gardeners on what they plant and when.

Happy Trails.

Come visit me, Seahorse Ranch.

03/03/2011 09:02.08 PM Report This Comment  
  How we chose the name of our farm
We moved to this tiny fishing village and agriculture area and found this small ranch. We love horses and being by the ocean, so we called our ranch from the beginning "The Seahorse Ranch" We have decorated a lot with seahorses.

Come visit me, Seahorse Ranch.

03/03/2011 08:57.43 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello! I like the name! How did you get it? Im also a member of AQHA!

Come visit me, Bailiwick Ranch and Discovery Zoo.

03/02/2011 06:06.38 AM Report This Comment  
  I can tell you really like to be outside. I can't wait until the weather here in Nebraska warms up and I can get outside and start working in the yard and garden.

Have a great California day.

Come visit me, Nebraska Dave's Garden.

03/02/2011 06:02.09 AM Report This Comment  
Wonderful motto!

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03/01/2011 07:15.56 PM Report This Comment  


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