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Farm Name: Sugarloaf Mountain Traders Heritage Farm

Year Farm Established: 2008

Location: Big Bear Lake, CA

Years I’ve been farming: 5 years

Animals I raise: None at this time as we are moving to a larger property. Have had chickens, lambs, horses, deer, ducks, beekeeping in the past so can't wait to get back into it.

Crops I grow: Vegies & Fruits for our family right now. We cut back to get ready for a move.

Hobbies I enjoy: Quilting, Raising Heritage Animals, Gardening, Bird Identification, Throwing Ceramic Mud;o), Antique Appraisal and Collecting.

Club/Associations memberships: Quilt Guild

The proudest moment on my farm: When I beat the Raccoons to the Tomatoes!

Pets: Big Bird (Cockatiel)
Cats: Butters, Peanut, Valiant, Motley & Cruz


Farm Motto: It's Antiques we need, Raise Heritage Breeds!


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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  
  Welcome!
Nice pics!

Come visit me, Larkshire Farm.

08/20/2011 12:08.11 PM Report This Comment  
  That is awesome. We love the Highlands, very docile. There seems to be quite a few Highland farms out west in the Oregon area. You could be like us and just have a little of everything. HA,Ha. We love all our animals. Have a great farming day:)

Come visit me, A&E FARMS.

08/13/2011 04:45.32 AM Report This Comment  
  My duck that is laying had all her eggs destroyed by a predator of some sort. One day she had 8 and then a couple days later she had like 15 and the predator got them all. I was letting her keep them, to see if we'd get baby ducklings. I brought in a couple that she had layed in their yard, but after locking them in for three nights, she now has another area nested out so will let her get a few more and then start pulling extras.
Since i only have one laying I don't get too many too fast, but faster than I can eat them. Ducks are new to me and they are really different than chickens.

Come visit me, Moen Farms.

08/12/2011 05:44.09 PM Report This Comment  
  Motto was fun to think up.
I had not thought of having a motto for the farm and then here they asked for one. Between the antiquing and the Heritage Breed animals I was getting confused and then it fell together.

As far as searching for a farm I thougt I would keep a blog of our experience looking for property, etc. We Own another property that is a vintage mountain cabin and we are fixing it up to sell also so I thought I'd blog on the experiences we are going to have makeing this extremely major change.

Already looking for land has been an eye opener. Many large farms are being cut up for development and even if you "move to deeper country" it is the same there. It really bothers me to see these places distroyed that could provide so much to an area and keep the people in the area eating organic, healthy non-hybrid food.:o(.

Thanks for the comment and I'll check you out.

Diane

Come visit me, Sugarloaf Mountain Traders Heritage Farm.

08/12/2011 12:43.08 PM Report This Comment  
  Great motto!

Come visit me, Mother Goose Farm.

08/10/2011 12:30.25 PM Report This Comment  
  Wlcome, We to are into antiques and do auctions and have a space at the Norwood antique mall in Marietta, Ohio. Check it out on line. Anyway, Ironicly, We are in the process of moving to a larger acreage as we speek. Sounds like we have a lot in common. Have a great farming day.

Come visit me, A&E FARMS.

08/10/2011 07:25.33 AM Report This Comment  

 



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