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Farm Name: Cobby Hobby Farm

Year Farm Established: 2011

Location: Calhoun Falls, SC

Years I’ve been farming: 4 years

Animals I raise: Chickens and rabbits. Possibly adding sheep next spring.

Crops I grow: Squash, Tomatoes, Peppers, Tomatillas, Sunflowers, Pumpkins, Beans, Peas, Spinache, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Weeds (LOL!!!)

Pets: Archie...a Jack Russell Chihuahua Mix...ALL bark - NO bite; thinks he's the boss!

Farm Motto: Place God first in all we do;
Be a blessing to people;
Trust God to meet our needs;
Strive for excellence.

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  In an effort to improve our website for our visitors, we will be changing some of our service providers. We do not expect to experience any technical difficulties. However, if you are unable to access our website, please be assured it will be temporary as we transition to the new service. 10/19/2013 12:00.00 AM  
  Hey yeah, that's funny we were just born miles from each other. My parents live in Belton now, and the funny thing is when my husband and i were talking about moving to SC, we weren't saying anything until we knew for sure we were moving. Then apparently, my parents were doing the same thing. So the day we announced we were moving to SC, it turned out that not only were they moving to SC too, but we were moving to within 30 minutes of each other LOL. I agree with you, I enjoy the snow in the family pics. :-)

Come visit me, Late Bloomers.

01/22/2012 11:18.06 AM Report This Comment  
ha ha! snow here. I know what you mean. I was born in Sandusky and after the blizzard in the 70's and my dad being a mailman - my parents said, "Florida! here we come!" So I was born in Ohio, but grew up in Florida. My husband was born in Maryland and spent some years in Virginia and then in Florida. We love it here! The climate is just beautiful - and we are even enjoying the rain today! :-) My husband and I have been here in SC now for about 5 years - it's been an interesting transition and some difficult things, but overall, we've been very blessed.

Come visit me, Late Bloomers.

01/11/2012 05:55.16 AM Report This Comment  
  We would love to have you visit. Visit our website at www.tyftonacres.com and shoot me an email and I'll send you our phone number so that we can get in touch when you are ready to visit. We have gotten two Angora goats that we absolutely love since I left you the Oberhasli message. The two breeds are entirely different and we have enjoyed learning about both. Looking forward to seeing you. (By the way, Hamlet is an awesome place to visit if you are into trains! We have several museaums as well as a working railroad yard and train station.)

Come visit me, Tyfton Acres.

01/10/2012 12:47.16 PM Report This Comment  
  Hi! Heidi and Brian here in Honea Path. Love your motto! :-)

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01/08/2012 02:09.53 PM Report This Comment  
  We just purchased an Oberhasli goat for our grandson. He has made himself right at home here at Tyfton Acres. The Oberhasli are rare in the U.S. I would highly recommend that you check them out. Nice having someone one state over on Hobby Farms.

Come visit me, Tyfton Acres.

07/31/2011 09:22.25 PM Report This Comment  
  Thank you
Yes, we have mostly Barrred Rock with a few RIR's. Not what I wanted but it's what the feed store ordered. In the next month or two I want to order Production Reds. We're starting out all new here having just moved here about a year ago. We're hoping to add a few goats (meat and dairy)and maybe a couple sheep. Down the road we might raise a steer or two as well. I've been "farming" off and on for most of my life having had pigs, rabbits, sheep, chickens, and three boys...oh, guess they don't count...LOL!

Come visit me, Cobby Hobby Farm.

07/28/2011 11:46.42 AM Report This Comment  
Looking Good! Have fun growing your farm!

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07/27/2011 02:36.10 PM Report This Comment  
  Hello and welcome. Love the pic. Looks like barred rock from the pic. We have a mix. barred rock,golden comet, buff orpington, austrilorp, and fainting goats. Check out our goat pics. Have a great farming day.

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07/27/2011 07:23.46 AM Report This Comment  
You have a great looking chicken crew!

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07/27/2011 07:02.55 AM Report This Comment  


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